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Savage Creative Solutions looks to aid businesses affected by pandemic

Local marketing and public relations professional, Paul Savage, Jr., has announced the founding of Savage Creative Solutions. Seeing the effects of the pandemic first-hand, Savage wants to help small businesses struggling from the continued effects of COVID-19.

“From getting the word out to finding employees, I’ve seen the impact COVID-19 has had on the Shreveport-Bossier business community and many others,” said Paul Savage, Jr., owner of Savage Creative Solutions. “My career has been built on an unwavering commitment to supporting and growing businesses. I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to continue to pursue those efforts.”

Savage Creative Solutions is a full-service, integrated creative and marketing agency. As an integrated agency, they have a multitude of capabilities including web design, digital advertising, social media marketing, marketing strategy, video production, printing and mailing services, signage, graphic design, and more.

From Canada to Germany, Missouri to Alabama, and everywhere in between, Savage Creative Solutions has partnered with businesses, providing them a compass to success.

They’re headquartered in Shreveport, LA with a growing international footprint across multiple industries. You can learn more about Savage Creative Solutions by visiting www.SavageCreative.solutions or emailing paul@savagecreative.solutions.

About author

Paul Savage, Jr. is a graduate of Centenary College of Louisiana and is the owner, founder, & designer of Savage Creative Solutions. Savage Creative Solutions is a full-service, integrated marketing agency headquartered in Shreveport, LA with a growing national footprint across multiple industries. Savage is a local marketing and communication professional, entrepreneur, and accomplished author. His debut memoir, "Diary of A Testicular Cancer Survivor," has been featured on Amazon's best-seller list.
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