The Lebanon Democrat and Mt. Juliet News hired recently a longtime Mt. Juliet resident to bring closer and build upon the relationship between the two newspapers and Wilson County community.
Publisher Joseph H. Adams named Charity Toombs as marketing manager of the two newspapers recently.
“We are constantly looking to bridge the gap between our newspapers and the communities they serve,” Adams said. “We feel Charity will be a strong bridge in service to the people and advertisers in Wilson County, building upon an already strong effort already established.”
Toombs will be responsible for strengthening the newspapers’ efforts in digital sales, community events, digital subscriptions, special projects, magazines and overall marketing.
“I’m excited to join The Lebanon Democrat and Mt. Juliet News staff. Having been a part of the digital world, I’m eager to see some of the plans already in place for the two publications and be able to lend my expertise to add to and execute those plans. It’s my goal to bring new and innovative projects and ideas to best serve Wilson County communities.”
Toombs moved to Mt. Juliet in fifth-grade from Nashville, where she graduated from Mt. Juliet High School. She graduated summa cum laude from Tennessee Tech University in 2008 with a bachelor of science degree in professional communications with a minor in business communications.
She has five years of marketing experience, including online and community relations. Most recently, she worked in community relations with Sharing Spree in Nashville and as online marketing director of Minor Jewelry in Nashville.