Over the past few months, we've seen the U.S. economy take some tough turns. These changes have affected (and continue to affect) a wide swath of industries.Read More →
Posts in the Category: Company News
On Nov. 25, 1863, Union forces advanced upon and repulsed Braxton Bragg's Army of Tennessee, effectively uprooting the Southern soldiers from atop the lofty perch on Missionary Ridge, during the culmination of the Third Battle of Chattanooga. In soRead More →
Every month I have the privileged task of creating web stat reports for clients. The report informs clients with detailed statistics about the traffic their site is receiving. First, clients are shown a chart that summarizes the visits theiRead More →
There's been a little movin' and shakin' at JLB HQ.
Longtime employee and Vice President, Brooke Schroeder, recently announcend that she would not be coming back to Team JLB at the conclusion of her maternity leave. Over the past seveRead More →
Okay, a slight exaggeration.
Still, for the first time in JLB history, we've got two interns working for us at once.
For the past four years, we've tried to throw a bone to our younger counterparts, offering a summer internship to tRead More →
Two weeks after graduating from The University of the South, I packed up my belongings from home in Charlotte, N.C., and moved to Nashville. I started my internship with JLB WORKS on the second day of June, and continue to be fascinated and eager to leRead More →
On a sweltering summer afternoon, clients and guests came out to support JLB and see the finishing touches to the office.
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It was a long time coming.
That's probably how Dorie Bolze and her crew at the Harpeth River Watershed Association (HRWA) felt by the time we finished the development of their new website.
In truth, it had taken us a little loRead More →
You may not have heard of it before… but we have a hunch that pretty soon, everyone is going to know what a NING is.
Well, sit right back and you'll hear a tale about pirates, publishing and a high seas online adventure…Read More →
Last week, the results of the 2007 of the Tennessee Association of Fairs Conference were reported. Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson announced that the Williamson County Fair won a first-place trophy for the fair’s website.Read More →