Haley Fite2019-07-31T13:35:48-04:00

Wait … wine usually makes everything better

Best book you’ve ever read?
“The Sixth Extinction,” by Elizabeth Kolbert was an amazing recent read; I’m already planning a reread. 

Most interesting place you’ve visited?
Havana, Cuba. My trip, in 2016, overlapped with the first visit of a U.S. president to the island nation in nearly 50 years.

Most embarrassing moment?
Once upon a time in a Kroger not too far away, a bottle of wine ripped through the bag of the person in front of me (who happened to be my mother). I proceeded to fall into the puddle of wine and glass in front of horrified employees and patrons.

Haley Fite

Account Manager

You can trust her with your business …

Everyone loves a great story, but not everyone has the gift of being a great storyteller. Enter scene: Haley, often seen with stacks of novels on her desk or hanging about the local bookstore, often heard entertaining her colleagues with funny tales or stories that make us say, “Hmmm!”

For clients, including large tech and transportation companies, she finds the interesting details and tells their tales in ways that are effective and on-brand. Whether elevating their social media game (she’s a Facebook Certified Planning Professional) or creating great marketing content, Haley always instills some of what she calls “that ‘once upon a time’ magic.” Considering her career is just getting started — she’s in her first post-college year — we can’t wait to see how her story unfolds.

… and you’ll want to hang out with her, too.

You’ll definitely have plenty of laughs when you’re with Haley, and you’re probably going to up your tech game, too. A self-proclaimed tech geek, she’s always one of the first to explore the latest whiz-bang whatnot, and she doesn’t mind sharing her intel.

Wait … wine usually makes everything better

Best book you’ve ever read?
“The Sixth Extinction,” by Elizabeth Kolbert was an amazing recent read; I’m already planning a reread. 

Most interesting place you’ve visited?
Havana, Cuba. My trip, in 2016, overlapped with the first visit of a U.S. president to the island nation in nearly 50 years.

Most embarrassing moment?
Once upon a time in a Kroger not too far away, a bottle of wine ripped through the bag of the person in front of me (who happened to be my mother). I proceeded to fall into the puddle of wine and glass in front of horrified employees and patrons.