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We’re Grateful and We Know It: Join Us for 30 Days of Thanks!

Every day of November, we're going to feature a different client and tell you a little about what we love about them or their site for our Thanksgiving-inspired project, 30 Days of Thanks.

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Every year when November rolls around, it seems like gratefulness just starts coming out of the walls … I’m looking at you, Facebook. All this thanks and gratefulness is inspiring us, and we thought our clients deserved a little extra recognition this year so they know how thankful we are for them and how awesome we think they are. So for every day of November, we’re going to feature a different client and tell you a little about what we love about them or their site. We got the idea from our own Carrie Rollwagen, whose 30 Days of Local Praise project, designed to create positive Google reviews for Birmingham’s local businesses, caught on with Instagram and INBirmingham last year — check out #localpraise to see posts from Carrie and from other people who joined her project.

But before we truly begin 30 Days of Thanks for our clients, there are a few things about our own company that we’re extra, super thankful for: They’re the things that make Infomedia what it is today, the people that continue to make Infomedia a wonderful place to work, and the whole reason we have clients in the first place. We’re also going to try not to get all sappy and teary-eyed when we talk about them. No promises though.

1) The Lovoys

John & Jason Lovoy are the wizards behind the curtain of Infomedia. They are the brains, the plans, the innovation, and the faces you know and love the most. They are the wind beneath the wings of Infomedia and have been for over 20 years. This father/son duo work together like peanut butter and jelly, cookies and milk, Santa Claus and his reindeer … oops! Too soon! But you get the picture. I believe I can speak for all of us here when we say we are thankful to be Infomedians and under the wonderful leadership of John and Jason Lovoy!

2) Our Core Principles

All of our employees will tell you that they are thankful to work for a company that has a moral compass. Knowing what you stand for and having that foundation to weave into your work on a daily basis just makes the daily grind seem more purposeful, and we all know having a defined purpose makes work feel more meaningful.

We pride ourselves on the morals that our company was founded on, and we strive to live by these each and every day: Integrity, empathy, efficiency, excellence, passion, creativity and trustworthiness. Each project, each client and each hour of work is handled with the same principles in mind so that we know we are giving you our best.

3) Our Culture

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but we quite possibly have the most awesome culture around (just in our humble opinion). We often have holiday parties, birthday celebrations with cake, beer Fridays*, Star Wars movie banter, nerdy t-shirts, and all kinds of quirky and fun things that come up every day. I mean we have our own N64 — not to mention our entire workspace is a cabin in the woods … hence the nickname “Camp Infomedia.” I mean, what more could you ask for? This place is awesome, and so are the people. Oh yeah, we’re thankful for the people, too!

As you can see, we have a lot to be thankful for, and this isn’t even the half of it — but we’re most thankful for you! So, this November, here’s to you! We hope you know how much we love and appreciate you! Look out on our Facebook page and other social media channels and keep an eye out for the wonderful clients we’re thankful for this month.


* Beer Friday doesn’t begin until work is completed. Don’t worry; we’re responsible.

About Valerie

Valerie is a self-proclaimed word nerd, with a passion for the English language. She can not only dot the I's and cross the T's, but can also tell you what big words mean (and even use them in a sentence). She uses her communication skills to build strong relationships with current and potential clients – and usually does so while sitting underneath a blanket, sipping hot tea. When she's not working, she's probably cleaning and organizing everything – yes, everything, probably even your house. See more articles from Valerie Powell

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