Democratize digital marketing success for non-digital natives running 1-10 person organizations. Spread genuine digital opportunity to poor people.
The Seed That Grew Into Jason Hobbs Digital
The inspiration for my business came from my Grandparents, Grandma and Gramps. During my time caring for them, there were many conversations – especially with Gramps. These talks covered a wide array of topics, yet they all seemed to come back to his decades as an entrepreneur and small business owner in the South Georgia community and the lessons he learned while running his small business.
These talks were the seed that is blossoming into my small business. I’m using a different medium for delivery of the service but the same principles and ethics that served Gramps so successfully for so many decades form the foundation of Jason Hobbs, LLC.
Early in 2005, my Grandfather Kenneth L Hobbs asked me to “be around” for him and my Grandmother Hazel Hobbs so they could stay at their home of more than fifty years in Fitzgerald, Georgia. This was the community they raised their child in and where my grandfather, whom I affectionately knew as Gramps all my life, had operated his sign shop for nearly five decades.
Five months prior to making his request, Gramps had been diagnosed with lung cancer and given no more than 6 months to live. In the end, he lived more than two years longer than the doctors ever expected and never underwent treatment of any kind.
He was cared for by my Grandmother for the better part of six decades and by the lovely ladies from the Blue and Gray Hospice in Fitzgerald over the last two and a half years of his life. They were supported by my Grandma’s sister and brother in law (Bill and Gaynelle Dixon), her nephew (Ron Ellington), my Mom (Regina Hutto) and the majority of her sisters (Sue Harper, Janet Hutto, Cynthia Hutto, and Theresa Alexander) and me (Jason Hobbs).
During the twenty months caring for my Grandparents, there were many conversations between the three of us, me and Gramps in particular, and the talks covered any number of topics including his decades as an entrepreneur and small business owner in the South Georgia community and the lessons he learned.
My Grandparent’s Legacy, My LLC
One thing led to another and on May 8, 2010; I graduated with my Marketing Degree from Valdosta State University with Honors.
Jason Hobbs, LLC’s mission, is to enable those in business for themselves with 1 to 10 employees, to cost effectively achieve their goals online. Additionally, my passion is building long-term relationships with you, regardless of geography, etc.
My LLC is undercapitalized without any ceiling whatsoever as I am incredibly hungry and quite talented.