POSTED 2 years ago BY Go BIG Media, Inc.
Washington, DC – Ten years to the day Phillip Stutts & Company was formed, the firm is proud to announce its transition to Go BIG Media Inc. Having outgrown its previous name and focus, the firm’s new direction will primarily be towards the creative, production, and targeting of digital and traditional media.
Since the firm’s founding in 2005 by former Bobby Jindal campaign manager Phillip Stutts, the firm has advised countless clients across the country – running a myriad of successful political campaigns and millions of dollars in independent expenditure advocacy campaigns. This past cycle alone, the company led the digital efforts of winning coalitions that helped elect first time Congressman Garret Graves (LA-6), reelect U.S. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and thirteen other successful political and advocacy campaigns nationwide.
Just as the company aims to serve its clients, it also aims to serve its community. Go Big Media will be donating 1% of its profits and 1% of of its employees' personal time to charities of their choosing.
Looking toward 2016, Go BIG Media will continue to build on its reputation of providing its clients the greatest innovation in technology, to the most precise targeted audience, with the coolest content on earth.
Founder and new Go BIG Media CEO, Phillip Stutts released this statement:
“Ten years ago today I launched Phillip Stutts & Company and on this proud anniversary, I’m pumped to announce that our business is transitioning with the creation of a strategic digital and traditional media firm. Our outcome is to be the best media strategy company on the market, based on three pillars: creative content, precise targeting, and unmatched service.
We believe that targeting and content trumps just about everything. But we see a huge void in the marketplace for providing responsive, honest, and diligent service to clients. These are principles we will deliver to our clients.”
Just some of Go BIG Media’s BIG clients…
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise; House Conservatives Fund, American Federation for Children; Alliance for School Choice