What is Red Palm Ink?

Red Palm Ink is a full-service creative communications firm based in Athens, Georgia. There is no need for a fussy mission statement or a blurry vision statement…Our goal is very simple: Create. Communicate. Inspire.

Red Palm Ink works with individuals, businesses, non-profit agencies, charitable organizations, foundations and educational systems that are looking for creative solutions to bring their ideas to life.

Our philosophy is based on a very simple statement: “Life is an adventure. What’s next for you?” Whether you are out to solve a small, simple problem or change the world in a really big way, Red Palm Ink is dedicated to providing innovative communication strategies that meet your goals.

Red Palm Ink is owned and operated by Ashley M. Meijerink. With an academic background in journalism and adult education, Ashley has more than ten years experience in publication management, writing, editing, marketing, promotions and public relations. Ashley currently works as a marketing manager with the University of Georgia.

Prior to founding Red Palm Ink, Ashley was the editor-in-chief of Lake Oconee Living and Gainesville Life magazines. Ashley has also written for Art & Antiques, Athens Magazine, Athens Banner Herald, Athens Parent Magazine, Atlanta HOME, Morgan County Citizen, Outreach Magazine and several other publications.

Ashley is a certified grant writer and recently completed her certificate in managerial leadership through a program offered by the University of Georgia.

To contact Red Palm Ink, call 706.338.7672, 706.543.8869 or e-mail redpalmink@gmail.com.


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