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Owning a business has been a dream of mine since I was in high school. Defining what business that was took some time. It took life experiences, like working retail for over 10 years and working with my local Chamber of Commerce, to see what I was passionate about. That leads me to where I am today.

There are two things that are the most important to me in my life and that's my faith and my family. My faith gives me hope when I wake up each morning. It's what keeps my perspective in the right place daily. As for my family, I created this business because of them. I didn't expect owning a business to be easy and I know it requires a lot of work. But, I want my family to be involved in the daily tasks. I want to instill in them a hard work ethic, how to serve others and give back to your community and causes you believe in. I also wanted some flexibility in my life. I wanted to do things like coach my daughter's softball team without worrying about work conflicts. I wanted to attend school events during the day.

I don't know what Jamison Media Services will look like in 5 years or even 10 years out. Of course, I hope for growth. What I do know is that I am all-in on this business and committed to making it succeed. What does success look like to me? Maintaining it full-time and the businesses that work with me seeing results from my efforts. For every client that chooses me, I'm going to listen to what they have to say and I'm going to deliver my best. 

I will treat every business I work with like it's my own business. 

When I'm not working, I enjoy playing sports, spending time with my family, playing board games, traveling, and serving in my church. Besides my wedding day and the birth of my daughters, the Cubs winning the World Series was one of my biggest moments in my life. Yes, I've been a die-hard fan (and until now a suffering fan) since I was born. I also enjoy music and going to concerts.

That's a little about me. Thanks for taking the time to stop by. Hopefully we can work together some time.

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