McComm Group Announces Web Designer

March 1, 2017

The McComm Group is proud to announce the addition of Chris Pettit as web designer. A content management specialist, Chris has spent the past decade developing web sites for a wide range of clients. His understanding of coding languages, such as JavaScript, PHP, SQL, and CSS, enable him to plan and build sites that generate […]

McComm Group Awarded ADDYs

February 28, 2017

The North Alabama chapter of the American Advertising Federation recognized the McComm Group for promotional excellence as a full-service advertising and communications firm at the 2017 ADDYs in Decatur’s historic Princess Theatre. Toyota Motor Manufacturing of Alabama’s 15-year anniversary concert campaign, Toyota Summer Rev, received a Silver ADDY for its integrated, branded content. In addition […]

McComm Group Welcomes New Public Relations Specialist

December 15, 2016

The McComm Group is pleased to announce the addition of Emily “Emme” Long as the firm’s public relations specialist. Previously a communications intern of the McComm Group, Emme will work with clients to plan, promote, and expand their brand awareness, while continuing her previous roles of social media curator and Google AdWord campaign manager. Emme […]

McComm Group Hires Summer Intern

May 26, 2016

The McComm Group announces the addition of Emily “Emme” Long as the firm’s summer communications intern. Emme is a senior communication studies and public relations student at the University of Montevallo. She is a 2013 graduate of Hartselle High School and the daughter of Jonathan Long and Judy Kirby-Long, both of Hartselle. Previously, Emme served […]

The McComm Group wins ADDYs

February 29, 2016

The McComm Group was recognized at the 2016 ADDY Award celebration presented by the American Advertising Federation – North Alabama chapter. The full-service marketing firm received top honors for its work in three distinct areas: brand development, web site design, and special event invitation design. The River Clay Fine Arts Festival integrated brand identity campaign […]

The McComm Group wins 7 ADDY Awards

April 14, 2015

McComm Group, Inc. was honored with seven ADDY Awards at the annual American Advertising Awards North Alabama event recently held in Huntsville. The five-minute “Milestones” video created for Toyota Motor Manufacturing Alabama received Gold. The video was part of a celebration the agency coordinated to commemorate the first V6 engine and 3 millionth engine produced […]

Lynn Temple Recognized for Advertising Excellence

April 13, 2015

Lynn Temple, vice president for the McComm Group, Inc., received the 2015 Silver Medal Award from the American Advertising Federation, North Alabama chapter. The American Advertising Federation’s Silver Medal Award Program was established in 1959 and is awarded to one individual each year for outstanding contributions to advertising and who has been active in furthering the industry’s […]

The McComm Group wins Addys

May 13, 2014

Huntsville, AL – The American Advertising Federation of North Alabama presented its 2013-2014 American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) for advertising creative excellence at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. This annual reception and awards presentation honors advertising in all mediums. The McComm Group received the highest honor of a Gold ADDY in the Full Color Invitation […]

Seeing Is Believing!

August 15, 2013
Seeing Is Believing!

What is the difference between an ophthalmologist and an optometrist? Not sure? Check out the latest web site the McComm Team built for the very talented and compassionate healer, Ray Cain, M.D., P.C. to find out. The difference is more important than you may know.

This Chair Changed Lives

July 8, 2013
This Chair Changed Lives

To most of us a chair is an ordinary object used for work or rest, but for the Scottsboro Boys, their lives rested in a courtroom’s simple wooden chair. A chair that was the scene of a dramatic struggle that was both unnecessary and tragic. The only good that came out of the trial was that it set the stage for the U.S. Supreme Court ruling requiring defendants to be judged by a jury of one’s peers.