Angela Brown joins Tribune staff
Angela Brown has joined the Marshall County Tribune and the Marshall County Shopper as an advertising consultant.
"I'm excited to be a part of the Marshall County community again and work with the people," said Brown.
Brown, a native of Cornersville, most recently worked 10 years for the State of Tennessee. She was on the legislative staffs of Rep. Bob Ramsey and former representatives Kent Coleman and Curt Cobb. She also worked for Deputy Agriculture Commissioner Jay Templeton.
Prior to joining state government, she was director of Marshall County Chamber of Commerce.
"Angela has immediately fit in with the Tribune staff and has reconnected with advertisers and found immediate success," said Publisher Hugh Jones. "Her enthusiasm is infectious."
Brown's husband Edwin is employed by Walker Die Casting. They have four children and three grandchildren, and Angela says she stays busy watching the various sporting events in which her grandchildren are playing or her children are coaching. Her daughter Lindy Brown King recently coached the Martin Luther King Magnet School girls' basketball team to a Class AA state championship.
Brown also enjoys gardening.
Brown said she has enjoyed giving up her previous commute to Nashville, which kept her in the car for 2 1/2 hours a day. But she said she's more than happy to get in the car to talk to local businesses about how to spread their message through advertising.
"Call me," she said. "I'll come running."