Perry Productions Named 2016 Small Business of the Year by Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce

Perry Productions was recently named the 2016 Small Business of the Year by the Cabarrus Regional Chamber of Commerce. The award, sponsored by F&M Bank, is given to companies with fewer than 500 employees.

Brian and Lisa Perry began Perry Productions as a newly married couple transplanted from Ohio to Cabarrus County over 20 years ago working as technical writers and publishers for their first client, Electric Power Research Institute, that continues to still be one of their largest clients today.

Recognizing the importance of the internet and website design for businesses early on, they added website development to their services. One of their first web/social media clients was the Gem Theatre in Kannapolis. The success they garnered through that account brought them many more businesses and nonprofits, and they began to grow rapidly.
In 2013, Lisa was contracted by Constant Contact to speak on email marketing and social media. In 2014, Perry Productions added social media management as a more prominent service resulting in 15 monthly retainer accounts that have made tremendous impacts in revenue and awareness for their clients.
After working out of their home for 20 years, Perry Productions decided it was time to move their office to Synergy Office Suites at the Old Creamery to obtain a more prominent location within the business community to accommodate their growing staff and offer more accessibility to their clients. They quickly outgrew that and in 2016, Brian and Lisa purchased a historic home in downtown Concord that is the new location of Perry Productions.

Our ribbon cutting for our new location is scheduled for May 17, 2017. This will be an all-day drop in celebration with the official ribbon cutting scheduled for 4:30pm.


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