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Think Big Go Local opens in McHenry

Published: Thursday, Feb. 28, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Torrey Gage and Bobbi Baehne, co-founders of Think Big Go Local.

McHENRY – Think Big Go Local is a new marketing agency in McHenry offering local business owners a viable option for maintenance of their websites, social networking, and ongoing reputation management.

“Gone are the days when a business owner can simply buy a Yellow Pages ad, hang up a sign, and feel fully equipped to compete in today’s marketplace,” said Torrey Gage, co-founder of Think Big Go Local. “We fully understand the business market in our hometown of McHenry and the surrounding areas and are confident that we can assist local business owners increase their exposure and in turn, their profits.”

Founded by Gage and Bobbi Baehne with the understanding that local business owners are typically overwhelmed with their daily business tasks and have little time to effectively deal with website updates, social media interaction, and reputation management, Gage and Baehne strive to educate clients on the importance of constant updates, maintenance and attention to these media.

“With a combined 30 years of experience in the fields of web design, web development, social media strategy and Internet promotion, we know Think Big Go Local is going to be a welcome asset to McHenry and surrounding communities," Baehne said. “We’re excited to bring a fresh approach to commerce in this area and to work with the very businesses we patronize."

Baehne added, “Our services are designed to reach a very broad audience and influence both local and global business owners with the same excellent service.”

Services range from building an entire website to keeping a finger on the pulse of the buzz surrounding a client’s business,

"Think Big Go Local is determined to help harness the power of the internet to leverage success like never before, offering the finest level of service at the lowest possible cost," Gage said. "The services offered translate into more sales, a more educated and aware client and a healthy bottom line."

For more information, call 877-799-4256, or visit http://thinkbiggolocal.com

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