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Conversion Interactive Agency was named Top Workplace in Middle Tennessee for the fifth consecutive year by The Tennessean. The organization credits the honor to its emphasis on delivering a mind-blowing client experience while prioritizing a positive employee experience.

The company is the only driver recruitment advertising agency that holds this status today, which is a testament to the commitment of not only bringing the latest innovations in driver recruiting to the market, but also building and developing the best team of advertising professionals to deliver the solutions offered by the organization. Conversion Interactive Agency ranked in the top five among small businesses in the Greater Nashville area for the overall Top Workplace honor.

The accolades continued as Kelley Walkup, president and CEO of Conversion Interactive Agency, was granted the Leadership award in the small business category. This award highlights Walkup’s dedication to keeping all employees informed on important decisions being made within the organization.

“It is an honor to be named a Top Workplace for a fifth consecutive year,” said Walkup. “We have built a company culture that is unique to the Middle Tennessee area. We are proud to be Nashville’s Headquarters of Fun while always providing our core value of a mind-blowing client experience.”

Based out of Brentwood, Tenn., Conversion Interactive Agency works with carriers of all sizes to support their driver recruiting and retention efforts.

To find out more about Conversion Interactive Agency, visit www.conversionia.com.

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