gossery-logoHOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (6/23/14) — Marketing and branding counselor James M. Goss and community relations and fundraising counselor Dian Goss have formed Gossery marketing communications consultancy.

Gossery is a virtual agency that includes two graphic artists, an advertising copywriter, a news and public relations copywriter, a social media guru and a media buyer. The Gosses serve as marketing, branding and PR strategists for the firm.

James Goss has worked the past 25 years in healthcare marketing and public relations, most recently at Jennie Stuart Medical Center, 2011-14. He also has worked in energy and technology; for trade associations and public relations/advertising agencies; and as a radio and television reporter, anchor and news director.

Since 1998, Dian Goss has worked in the Thoroughbred horse industry, marketing race tracks and training facilities, and managing a string of runners and broodmares, including stakes-placed gelding Count The Gold. Previously, she worked in health, travel, education, and a United Way-funded human services agency. She also raises funds and awareness for several not-for-profit organizations such as American Cancer Society, Salvation Army and Old Friends Equine Retirement Foundation.

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Posted on 2/2/14

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