WAUWATOSA, WI--(Marketwired - Mar 21, 2016) - Following the tidal wave of momentum created in 2015 by Elite Media Communications, there were a lot of questions at the turn of the new year. Would the company rest on its laurels? Has the company hit a plateau in terms of growth, given the amount of expansion that took place in 2015? The answer... no. In fact, Elite Media didn't hesitate to pick up where it left off.
Statistically speaking, the company is up nearly 100% in gross revenue when you compare the first quarter of 2015 to the first quarter of 2016. More impressive, Elite Media held true to its values of promoting from within by promoting Derrick Wolski to management in Sioux City, Iowa just last month. Wolski, looks like no rookie in Iowa, and is adjusting quite well. This promotion happened just over 100 days after Elite Media's promoted Clifton Neal to manage Santa Fe, New Mexico, which by the way is rocking. Neal is one of the top rookie managers in the nation. Elite Media not only prides itself on making promotions to management, but company President/CEO Leigh Jackson says he becomes "very jovial, and proud to see our management team, especially our rookie owners do really well. This is one of the main reasons I show up to work every day. I love helping others succeed." Elite Media isn't just your normal advertising, and marketing company that's represents various brands inside of small retail locations temporarily. This is a company that's seasoned, here to stay, and is transacting big business inside of 11 major retail locations and counting. All of this by partnering with one of the top satellite TV/internet/cellular companies on the planet, for several years.
Before Elite Media can celebrate its six-year-anniversary in August, it has its sights set on raising the bar in the second quarter. CEO Leigh Jackson plans on dialing it up a notch. "I believe we can push to promote three people to management within the second quarter. We definitely have the personnel and experience to do it, and have the right pieces in place to execute. We've never done three in a quarter, but I believe in my staff, and will do everything I can to help them reach their goals," said Jackson.