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Sunday, June 4, 2023

Two CSRA millennial companies like the sound of being in the podcast biz together

The millennials at Augusta Podcast built this studio inside of the Alison South creative hub and it is available for rent. (photo by Alison South)

The millennial leaders of Alison South Marketing are continuing to grow their array of services— by partnering with a pair of twenty-somethings, who pioneered the off-the-cuff podcast, “DropTheDis” in June 2019—an ongoing, audio love letter to their beloved city of Augusta.

Together, they will make high-quality audio and video production available to the public in a new downtown Augusta studio, adjacent to Alison South’s offices on Broad Street.

The studio is in Alison South Marketing Group’s Creative Hub at 212 Seventh St., Suite 101, and is available for rentals. Their hub is where the “magic happens” for some of their 100 plus local and national marketing clients—like video, photography, graphic design, web, digital services, and more.

The podcast studio is available for rental here adjacent to the Alison South offices at 212 Seventh Street. (photo by Alison South)

It makes a lot of sense to include this great company and its services in the Full Circle offerings. There is a growing demand for content marketing and this will greatly enhance our opportunities to provide that service,” said Kate Sanders, who co-owns Full Circle Holdings with Mike Thomas. “We look forward to creating local and regional podcasts and helping local influencers learn how to grow their brand.” 

David Bash and Chris Nabholz are the founders of Augusta Podcasts. They created the popular DropTheDis podcast and are expanding into the airwaves. 

“David and I had been researching some other markets, such as Charlotte, where podcasting is such a pinnacle of what they do for marketing,” Nabholz said. “We are still educating people in Augusta on how podcasts can be to be used to grow their brand, so when Full Circle approached us about building them a studio, we knew we could come together and do something great for the community.”  

Augusta Podcasts also provides high-quality recording capabilities, full-service production, state-of-the-art video, and “the brain trust to help you grow your production and to build your own studio,” Bash said.

Here is an excerpt of “DropTheDis” with one of Augusta’s premier restaurateurs:

Full Circle Holdings is the parent company of Alison South Marketing Group, South Content, South Digital, Alison South Florida, and Alison South Chattanooga. The partnership includes partial ownership of Augusta Podcasts.

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