Local Marketing Company Supports House of JBaby Preschool

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Pictured: Stephanie Joyner owner and director of House of JBaby’s Preschool with 342 Mad designer Laura Coyle.

At 342 Mad Solutions (Mad stands for Marketing And Design), the team decided it was time to offer their services, free of charge, to a company that needed a website. It started with a feeling of gratitude to be able to continue working, albeit at a slower pace, and growing concerns about the community. “We wanted to help by providing the tools that would allow a business owner to continue to grow over the long term,” Coyle said. “During this time, I also learned about systemic racism and other societal barriers that people of color have experienced their entire lives. We decided the best way to help was to offer our creative services. websites to a black-owned business.” Coyle contacted Tarnisha Cliatt at the Manasota Black Chamber of Commerce who put her in touch with Stephanie Joyner, owner and director of House of JBaby’s Preschool. “I’m so grateful for an amazing website that my business really needed,” said Joyner. “Laura gave me exactly what I was looking for. I also want to thank the Manasota Black Chamber of Commerce for organizing this opportunity.”

Pictured: Stephanie Joyner owner and director of House of JBaby’s Preschool with 342 Mad designer Laura Coyle.