Volunteer Spotlight: Lance Compton – Red Clay Interactive

Lance Compton, president of Red Clay Interactive, a Gainesville-based Internet marketing and web development agency, is a member of the GHCC Executive Committee. As president of Red Clay, Lance oversees operations, consults with customers about Internet marketing, writes targeted copy, and represents the company in the business community.

“I jumped at the opportunity when asked to serve on the Chamber Executive Committee. Kit and her staff have done so much for Red Clay Interactive, I felt honored to be able to use my professional marketing experience to give back to the Chamber and our local community. In fact, if I had to identify one major reason for the success of Red Clay, other than the grace of God and a talented staff, it would be our involvement with the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce.”

“When our company made the decision to be as involved as we possibly could in the community, we never anticipated the return on the investment of our time that we’ve received. A significant portion of our local clients have come from relationships we have made through participating in the Chamber, and we look forward to staying active for years to come.”

Lance began his career as a public relations and government affairs specialist in Washington, D.C. for the late Senator Paul Coverdell. His career then took him to the other side of our nation’s Capitol where he served as a legislative advisor and Press Secretary to U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal. After returning to Georgia, he served as communications director for the Georgia Forestry Association. Lance was a founder and the first employee of Red Clay Interactive.

Lance graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication with a degree in public relations. He is very involved in the community and currently serves on the Executive Committee of the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce as Vice-Chair of Marketing and as a Director on the Board of the United Way of Hall County. Lance is a 2000 graduate of Leadership Hall County and was a founder and the inaugural chairman of the Lake Lanier Technology Alliance.

Related Information http://www.redclayinteractive.com