Anthony C. Lambert
Founder and Majority Stake Holder

Casual dress day.
Just a normal day.

Dress shirt with
marketing monkeys.

Closeup of 
marketing monkeys.

Dressed for success.
Ready to help you!

My son, Anthony Blake Lambert and daughter, Arianna Paige Lambert.

   1996 Graduate of Lewis County High School and Vocational School in Vanceburg, KY. Studied Business at Lewis County Vocational school during high school. Attended Eastern Kentucky University majoring in Computer Electronic Publishing.
   Out of college I started a small screen-printing company in Richmond, KY. Printed T-shirts, hats, and sweats for fraternities and sororities at Eastern Kentucky University. Printed the Kentucky State Police training academy classes workout clothes and memorabilia. Handled numerous Richmond nightclub's staff and promotional hats and t-shirts. Printed various items for local businesses and restaurant accounts. Sold the business, accounts and equipment and moved to San Diego, CA.
   In August 2001 I moved to Newport, TN where I landed a position with The Newport Plain Talk (daily broad sheet newspaper) as a b&w advertisement designer. I was promoted to a color advertisement designer and then to Special Publication ­coordinator and again to Graphic Liaison to improve print quality from pre-press to press. I was laid-off in May 2002 due to cutbacks.
   In June 2002 I partnered up with Joe Karl in Seymour, TN and we started the Seymour Herald Newspaper (weekly broad sheet), Smoky Mountain Herald (3 issues a week broad sheet), Club Herald (tabloid size monthly school newspapers). I then launched a monthly magazine from home called, "TN For Sale By Owner" magazine. I partnered up with Shannon Duckworth and we covered six counties. I handled everything from selling ads, designing the publication, outsourcing to a commercial printer and even helped with some of the distribution.
   In April 2004 I had the opportunity to purchase 15-year-old, well established and known tabloid size publication called the South Knoxville/Seymour Times Newspaper from Sam and Kathy Hance. I desolved all my interest in the other publications and David Grimes and I bought it. We grew it from being published every two weeks at 15,000 copies with press release only editorials and no web presents into a weekly publication printing 15,000 copies a week. Added an editorial staff to cover news stories, launched a website, increased sales, increased coverage area and content, totally redesigned the entire publication, added columnist and more. Sold my shares in it in April 2008, due to the recession and the fact that a majority of the businesses I served was forced out of business or was unable to pay their contracts and continue to advertise.
   Former member of the Seymour Rotary Club, Knoxville Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the Seymour Breakfast Business Professionals Network. In 2006 I sat on the Board of Directors for the Seymour/South Knoxville Chamber of Commerce as Public Relations Officer. I became a consultant for the Valley Voice Newspaper located in Wears Valley, TN. Maintained a full service printing and sign company from 2002 until February 2009 while publishing the previously mentioned publications.
   Since 2010 I have been studying cognitive psychology, specifically effects of environment on personal perception as related to the world around them. Extensive studying on the impact of reading negative material and watching negative media. How a person's perspective on life, goals, and ambitions are altered by everyday absorption of daily routine influences.
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