Chambliss Law Welcomes Lindsey Clute to Marketing and Business Development Team
Chambliss, Bahner & Stophel, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Lindsey Clute who will support the firm’s marketing and business development department as the marketing and communications specialist.
“Lindsey has been quick to put her communication skills and creativity to work for our firm,” said Marketing and Business Development Director Aricia Gallaher. “She is responsible for translating our company’s business objectives into digital marketing strategies that promote and expand our firm’s national footprint. We look forward to seeing how her efforts help develop connections with existing clients and build trust with potential clients.”
Lindsey will assist with creating new opportunities and promoting the firm through content generation, digital and social media campaigns, internal and external events, and media relations. With prior experience working for a local media group and various small business owners, she brings the skills and experience which will help the team serve more than 60 attorneys who provide comprehensive legal services for local, regional, and national clients.
As marketing and business development opportunities have significantly increased within the legal industry, the department is looking forward to continuing to offer the firm and its clients additional capabilities in both client service and overall development. Lindsey is a member of the Southeast Chapter of the Legal Marketing Association and a member of the Public Relations Society of America Lookout Chapter. She graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a bachelor’s in marketing and minor in international studies.
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