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Strategic thinking, creative results.

There’s a great energy about Nashville, especially today. But there’s still a small-town charm about it that just blows people away. There’s a real generosity and there’s an openness and excitement about working together – and creating something better as a result. That’s the inspiration for Westwood Avenue. We want to bring the same collaboration, the same freedom, to creative marketing.
On The Avenue: A Very Merry Christmas

On The Avenue: A Very Merry Christmas

This week On The Avenue, we’ve gone full Christmas mode. We broke out the wreaths, the mini Santas, the Christmas tree, and even more twinkly lights than we had before. The already oddly cozy warehouse is now a Christmas masterpiece, with red and green and gold everywhere you turn. It was the perfect setting for our annual Christmas party, where we ate some fried turkey (thanks Adam), exchanged gifts, enjoyed each other's company and recorded our annual Christmas card. While decorations and yummy food are all very fun, the real spirit of Christmas lies in loving and helping others, and in that

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On The Avenue: Go Army, Go Navy

On The Avenue: Go Army, Go Navy

To find out more about the annual Army v Navy game, click here Thanks for watching, and don't forget to check in next week to see what's happening On The Avenue! -Sarah Lang

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On The Avenue: The U-Haul Elves

On The Avenue: The U-Haul Elves

This week On The Avenue, we’ll be sharing a story from my fellow co-worker and our guest blogger for the week, Lauren Barnes. On the heels of Thanksgiving, she experienced a true random act of kindness, and wrote a beautiful piece to share her experience. Read below! “So often life happens between the ‘not now’ and the ‘not yet.’ And for someone like myself, with autism, the wait can feel like forever, and can cause me to completely melt down. Here’s a story about finding patience and being blessed by kindness. On Saturday, November 25th I spent countless hours preparing to move into my new ho

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On The Avenue: Giving Thanks

On The Avenue: Giving Thanks

This week On The Avenue, we are immensely grateful. With Thanksgiving just around the corner to kick off the holiday season, we at Westwood have been reflecting on we all have been blessed with in our lives, both at work and at home. I started working as an intern at Westwood when I was a junior in college, and since then, I have watched the company grow and transform into something that is beyond exciting. In roughly three years, the team has grown from six to 26 (and still growing), our client base has steadily increased, and the company's mission has been molded into something that everyone

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On The Avenue: Meet The Team Pt. 2

On The Avenue: Meet The Team Pt. 2

This week On The Avenue, I’ll be introducing you to another member of our team.  Ray Barnette is a talented musician, producer and all around teddy bear who has been a part of Westwood since almost inception. While continuing his lifelong career as a freelance musician, Ray has been lending his creative and strategic eye to our team, acting as a creative producer and EXTREMELY talented sound technician. I met Ray on my first day working for Westwood. My first impression was that he was level headed, smart and very funny (but please no one tell him I said he was funny). His years of experience

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On The Avenue: Westwood Does Halloween

On The Avenue: Westwood Does Halloween

This week On The Avenue, things got ~spooky~. Halloween (a highly underrated holiday) landed on a Tuesday this year, but if you ask us, a little mid-week holiday is the best kind. So, I woke up Tuesday morning, put on my witchiest outfit, and arrived at the office prepared to put on the most spooktacular Office Party my coworkers could handle. I enlisted the help of Erika, a fellow witch who happens to be quite the party planner, and the two of us made our way to Walmart where we were met with sideways glances as we made our way through the isles in our dark makeup and floor-length capes (but

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