News and Updates

BG Ad Group says THANKS to our media partners!

Posted by J. Darien Southerland on Jul-25

Saturday, June 28, the BG AD Group staff and media partners from the southeast gathered for a whitewater adventure down the Ocoee River. The class three and four rapids were a challenge for the twenty-eight people gathered.
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The Market Requires Change and That Requires Leadership

Posted by J. Darien Southerland on Jul-8

One of my dog-eared books is “Tribes,” by Seth Godin. I’m going to share this week one short section from “Tribes” then recommend you go to Amazon.com and purchase a copy for yourself. If leadership is the ability to create change your tribe believes in, and the market demands change, then the market demands leaders.
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Welcome New BG Client Lee Company

Posted by Dennis Worden on Jun-13

​One of Tennessee's largest heating, air conditioning, and plumbing companies, the Lee Company, has joined the BG family. In 1944 one man, L. Leon Lee, had a mission to help people. To accomplish his goal, he knew he had to become the best at what he did and that continues today, for three generations.
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The BG Way

Posted by Tim Camp on Jun-11

I recently joined my parents in celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. My wife and I just celebrated 18 years of marriage and were thrilled to see a couple that made it for 50 and are still madly in love, sane, and starting to plan their 75th. The most memorable moment was when my Dad addressed the crowd. He said, “People used to take care of the friends and family around them…we all took care of each other… no matter who it was or what needed to be done, we simply got it done –
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There’s a difference between ‘need’ to know and ‘nice’ to know

Posted by Dr. Jim Killgore on May-19

The only thing worse than the company gossip monger is the person who treats every conversation like a poker hand. One person thrives on TMI like blood to a vampire. The other delights in controlling the office environment like a private confessional – listening to you spill your guts but never divulging even a blink on his part. Somewhere there is a balance.
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