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Lacy Jo Jumper joins King Eider Communications

King Eider Communications announces an addition to their team

Little Rock, AR—King Eider Communications, a progressive public relations, marketing, and strategic communications agency, laser-focused on power-branding in the outdoor space, proudly announces the promotion of Lacy Jo Jumper to Digital Communications Specialist.
Lacy Jo Jumper joined King Eider Communications in a digital communication internship role earlier this year. A senior at Arkansas State University, Jumper is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in strategic communication with an emphasis in sales. Jumper holds certifications in Hubspot, Google analytics and Google ads. With an eye for photography, she captures images of local businesses, including branding and headshots. In the winter, you will find her in the woods. In the summer, there is no doubt she will be at a lake or river.

“We are thrilled to have Lacy on our team. She brings with her a unique combination of a passion for the outdoors, including hunting and fishing along with skills in digital and strategic communication and advertising,” said King Eider Communications Principal and CEO Dena Vick. “We have been fortunate to work with several young adults who share Lacy’s love of fishing and hunting and are diligently acquiring experience in the business of the sports,” Vick added. She’ll join Shane Beilue, Lee Rose Koza and Jaxton Orr on the King Eider Communications team.
“Growing up with a love of the outdoors, King Eider Communications is a perfect fit for me. My dad started taking me hunting and fishing when I was three years old. My nana was also a big influence on my love for the outdoors. She was an avid angler and hunter. I made countless memories with her spending weeks at the lake camping and fishing”, said Jumper.
“All throughout grade school, my teachers would be upset with me for being tardy or getting checked out to go turkey hunting, deer hunting, or fishing. In high school, I joined the Benton Arkansas High School fishing team,” she added.
Jumper will be managing social and digital marketing tasks, including managing the King Eider Communications website, social media marketing, and assisting in reporting and analytics, said Senior Editor and Principal Dr. Jason Halfen.
“I am passionate about all things outdoors and have an eye for creativity, design, and detail. I love the thought of working outdoors with top brand companies, and King Eider Communications is the perfect fit. I get to do what I love while learning and putting my college education to work. I could not be more thankful and excited for this opportunity,” added Jumper.

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