Williams re-joins NFIB Leadership Council for North Carolina

Frank Williams, president and founder of Brunswick County-based Pioneer Strategies, Inc., has re-joined the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) North Carolina Leadership Council. Williams previously served on the council from 2014 – 2018. “Small businesses are the backbone of our nation’s economy, and I want to see our small business community grow and prosper,”…

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Pioneer Strategies holds 20th anniversary ribbon-cutting

Pioneer Strategies, a public relations and marketing communication firm based in Brunswick County, recently held a ribbon-cutting celebrating 20 years in business. The ribbon-cutting was held at Pioneer Strategies’ office in Leland. The event was co-hosted by the North Brunswick Chamber of Commerce, Southport-Oak Island Chamber of Commerce, Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce and Wilmington…

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Best Wishes to Emma Ericksen

Today we share the bittersweet news that tomorrow is Emma Ericksen’s last day with Pioneer Strategies. Emma is moving on to become the Digital Marketing & Events Coordinator for the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce. We’ve tremendously enjoyed working with Emma. While we’ll miss her, we are proud to have helped prepare her for this next step in…

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Pioneer Strategies team members join NCPRSA Board, Committees

Three Pioneer Strategies team members have assumed board or committee roles with the N.C. Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (NCPRSA), strengthening the organization’s presence in southeastern North Carolina. Frank Williams, the company’s founder and president, joined the NCPRSA board of directors as vice president and membership chair. Account Executive Zach Drennan and Account Coordinator…

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Emma Ericksen promoted to Account Coordinator

We’re excited to announce that we’ve promoted Emma Ericksen, a Greensboro native and graduate of the University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), to Account Coordinator. Emma joined us as a public relations assistant in March 2020 while working to complete her degree. “Emma joined our team a year ago during a very challenging time,” said…

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