About Phillip Nones

Phillip Nones is a marketing and communications specialist.  He is president and director of client services at Mullin/Ashley Associates, Inc., a communications, marketing research and PR firm based in Chestertown, Maryland.  Established in 1978, Mullin/Ashley focuses on serving industrial/commercial/B-to-B clients, plus healthcare firms, associations and other service organizations.

Mullin/Ashley delivers a wide range of techniques and solutions that help clients grow their revenues. Services include branding and advertising, visual identity, print and digital communications, copywriting, PR services plus marketing research. Mullin/Ashley’s offices are located in Chestertown, one of the most picturesque towns in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Disclaimer:

This is Phillip Nones’ personal blog. The opinions expressed here do not necessarily represent those of Mullin/Ashley Associates. The information provided is on an as-is basis., and no representations as to accuracy, completeness, currentness, suitability, or validity of any information on this blog is made, nor any liability for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its use.

3 thoughts on “About Phillip Nones

  1. In response to Holy Smoke! Social Marketing Gets Religion:

    This reminds me of the National Community Church that was featured in David M. Scott’s “The New Rules of Marketing and PR”. It’s a D.C.-based multi-site church that gathers where the people gather, mostly in public places. It’s all structured around a thriving online community that includes webcasts and podcasts. And it makes perfect sense … the smart churches are changing their communication to reflect the changing society.

  2. Moving Less:
    Having worked for a Fortune 500 company that use moved people around. They found that moving sales people every two or three years caused people to make short term, self serving decisions. It was better for them to learn from the results of their decision making.

    Not to mention the cost of moving keeps going up. And the cost on families.

    Any other opinions?

  3. I have heard before that one of the most de-socializing factors in American life has been Air Conditioning. People no longer sit out on their front porches to catch a cool breeze in the evenings … keeping connected with neighbors and friends.

    What a sad story … may she find rest in her eternal reward.

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