Revisiting Our Mission

SweetWater Marketing was founded in September 2015 by Brenda Pearce, a marketing professional with more than 25 years in the industry. Brenda built her career at a global software company, working in highly demanding marketing management roles, including business development, strategic planning, sales training and partner channels. In forming SweetWater Marketing, she has pulled together a team with more than 75 years of combined professional experience in communications and marketing, blending the experience of top-level professionals with the fresh ideas of young, tech-savvy talent.

Our company is young, but it has quickly gained the trust of clients in our community and overseas, from high-tech start-ups to healthcare professionals. Last summer, our local chamber of commerce identified SweetWater Marketing as one of the most promising emerging success stories in the area.

SweetWater Marketing has accomplished this by listening. We listen to our clients and, we care about their goals. Our creative and technical strengths help position today’s companies to effectively reach their audience and grow sales, whether it’s social media, content creation (online, print and video) web site development, a product launch or a special event, we tailor our services to our clients’ specific needs, pulling together just the right team for the project.

We also listen to industry. We know that the marketing and advertising tools that worked yesterday won’t necessarily work today. Keeping abreast of marketing trends and emerging technologies means we always have the best tools at our fingertips, and we use those tools to our clients’ benefit. We understand that a boilerplate approach won’t work in today’s ever-changing marketing environment. Staying nimble while telling our clients’ stories is our passion.

If you are looking to expand your company’s reach, contact us. We can help you with your marketing strategy and develop a plan of action tailored to your business needs. Email us at or call (256) 617-2092.

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