Charlotte, NC, March 28, 2017 — Townsquare Interactive, of Charlotte, NC has joined the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) as a Bronze Industry Partner and sponsor. NARI is a national association that is made up of 6,000+ residential remodeling contractors nationwide.
Townsquare Interactive will be a featured business partner alongside companies like The Home Depot and FCA, and will also be featured on NARI’s Industry Partner page as an online marketing resource for members. Townsquare Interactive works directly with remodeling contractors by giving them a total digital presence to help them get found online, attract customers, and grow their business. Townsquare Interactive and NARI will collaborate on various events and webinars to educate NARI members and ensure the overall success of the partnership.
The CEO of NARI is equally excited about the partnership, and the benefits for his members. There will be plenty of opportunity for his members to learn a great deal about marketing, and what they can do to improve their businesses. Townsquare Interactive is happy to be instrumental in the education and improvement and growth of small to medium size business owners.
About Townsquare Interactive
Townsquare Interactive is a division of Townsquare Media, Inc. one of the nation’s largest media companies. Townsquare Interactive is a digital marketing and solutions organization that specializes in creating the total web presence small businesses need to make sure they reach their online audience. When clients partner with Townsquare Interactive, they choose a team of industry-leading experts. Currently, Townsquare Interactive serves 10,000+ clients on a month-to-month basis. FFor more information, visit townsquareinteractive.com.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry, or NARI, is the medium for business development, a platform for advocacy and the principal source for industry intelligence. NARI connects homeowners with its professional members and provides tips and tricks so that the consumer has a positive remodeling experience. For more information, visit nari.org.