Kent Mayor Dana Ralph and Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus and the Auburn Area and Kent Chambers of Commerce joined company representatives at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the WinnComm facility in Kent on April 19. COURTESY PHOTO

Kent Mayor Dana Ralph and Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus and the Auburn Area and Kent Chambers of Commerce joined company representatives at a ribbon cutting ceremony at the WinnComm facility in Kent on April 19. COURTESY PHOTO

Marketing, PR development firm opens in Kent

WinnComm launches with enterprise services

For the Reporter

Marketing and public relations development agency WinnComm, LLC. opened its doors on April 9 at 1048 W. James St., Suite 103, Kent.

WinnComm offers public relations, marketing and web/app/software development to businesses, talent and nonprofits.

Kent Mayor Dana Ralph and Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus and both cities’ chambers of commerce joined company leaders and employees for an official open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on April 19.

For Jim and Sharon Couts, 2015 was a whirlwind year. Not only did they marry but they combined their skills to create a marketing/PR development firm out of their home. April 9 marked the soft opening of its newly remodeled office.

WinnComm launches with enterprise services:

JagCMS: a customizable content management system that is responsive, easy-to-use, and secure. It’s coded in PHP with a Laravel framework and can be tailored to any business’ needs.

WinnRepo: developer tool that provides automatic updates for WordPress themes and plugins with only two lines of code.

WinnComm Cloud with app: WinnComm launched its own cloud service for any files on any device from anywhere. Packages start at a 100mg for free and progress up to $199 for 20TB.

Services offered by WinnComm:

· Public relations

· Online marketing

· Website/app/software development

· Computer/server build, repair and network services (open to the public and businesses)

· Colocation and Web-hosting services

Learn more at winncomm.net.


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