Park City gets Bound-by Marketing
June 14, 2013
Park City newcomer Lyndsay Johnson brings her passion for marketing to the mountains. Bound-by Marketing is Park City’s newest interactive marketing boutique that offers strategic and creative solutions for businesses nationwide.
The new local industry specializes in creative conception, branding, interactive design, event marketing, and social media management that transform the way businesses look at their marketing strategy and social footprint.
Its niche is composing harmonious messages and design that are consistent with the business, service, or product, but one that is flexible enough to keep the pace within the digital marketplace.
"Our philosophy is simple," Johnson said. "Love our clients. Laugh, learn from, and enjoy our successes as well as our failures. Strive on a daily basis to take time for ourselves and remember why we love what we do. Go home satisfied that we gave ourselves and those we work with our absolute best. If we manage to do that every day, we can’t have a bad day."
Johnson brings industry experience with her from a variety of fields including; hospitality, restaurant, automotive/high performance, real estate, medical device, music, nonprofits, civil engineering/city, healthcare, and consumer product goods. She has also surrounded herself with more than 50 designers, photographers, videographers, programmers, and developers across the nation.
Johnson recently moved to Park City, from Orange County, Calif. with her husband to embrace the beauty that Park City has to offer. Beyond her infatuation with marketing, Johnson is a classically trained opera singer who additionally has a passion for hot rods.
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