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Justin Brackett

Justin, is one of the few marketers who understand the human dynamic of marketing and how to move people to action with an omnichannel approach to marketing with traditional and digital marketing. He is driven to understand his target audiences and make decisions based on analytics.

He has led digital and traditional marketing efforts for Joel Osteen, Lakewood Church, Seacoast Church, Verizon Wireless, New Balance, Michael Jr., Life Water, Voices of the Martyrs, and The Billy Graham Association, to name a few.

He has over 20 years of building strong teams and is a natural team leader who quickly moves people into their strength, bringing value to the teams he leads, positively impacting the bottom line.

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