Welcome Laney Liner to the IABC-LI


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Laney Liner is a marketing communications specialist of 20 years and Owner and President of Blue Thunder Creative Group, Inc. for nine years. Her firm provides solutions to companies in need of marketing strategies, graphic design and copy writing services to engage clients, prospects and employees.

Laney helps businesses elevate their brand so they can stand out in a competitive marketplace. When companies are looking to enhance their brand, Liner guides them through the re-branding process. Having worked with Fortune 500 firms including American Express, Barnes & Noble and The New York Times, Liner has extensive experience in helping businesses acquire new clients, retain existing clients, and in showing appreciation to their loyal client base.

In late 2012, she formed a strategic alliance Joe Maddalone of Joe Maddalone–Power Strategies. With their team approach, they are able to provide a greater depth of services, reduced fees and maintain consistent and confidential communications to help their clients grow. Their unified approach streamlines initiatives to help clients stay focused and goal-oriented. They have public speaking engagements where they discuss a variety of topics including planning for business success, resiliency, personal branding, etc., and give on-site workshops at companies to motivate employees and increase productivity.

She has a strong passion for making others successful and is very philanthropic. Liner supports a variety of charities throughout the year by giving her time, participating in events and through donations.

Services:

marketing:
marketing plans

graphic design/corporate identity:
logos | business cards | letterhead & envelope design | brochures | catalogs | flyers |
posters | sell sheets and more…

writing:
professional bios | ghost writing | content for web sites, brochures | print ads and more…

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