Marketing & Advertising agency, Urban Comm, launches new division in Nashville

NASHVILLE, TN.—Around 60 of Nashville’s elite and business community leaders attended a private launch of Urban Communications’ new advertising division at PH Craft Cocktail last Tuesday, Nov. 26.

The marketing and advertising firm, which has operated throughout the Southeast for more than 10 years with additional offices in Atlanta and Houston, has worked with Belmont University, Titus Young Real Estate, City of Metro Nashville-Davidson County, Meharry Medical College, and Metro Nashville General Hospital.

“Now is the perfect time to have a presence in Nashville, as the city is growing and expanding daily. We are looking forward to serving the marketplace and filling a much-needed gap in Urban and Millennial sectors,” said Shawn Crawford, a principal of Urban Comm. “As the landscape of Music City continues to evolve, we hope to position our company to be the leading provider of marketing and advertising services for corporations and businesses looking to strengthen their brands, their brand stories, and their brand positioning within urban and millennial markets in Nashville and beyond. ”

According to market research firm PQ Media, the buying impact of Urban consumers, specifically African-American consumers is on target to exceed $1 trillion by year’s end. Urban Communications is well equipped to produce campaigns that engage these very large market segments and are now accepting both corporate and small business clients—looking to bolster their brand strength and rapport within these segments.

Urban Communications is a full-service marketing and advertising agency with offices in Atlanta, Nashville, and Houston. The minority-owned enterprise specializes in the execution of events and campaigns to engage African American and millennial consumers on a variety of platforms, including traditional, social and digital media. If your company has marketing and advertising needs, visit Urban Communications online at or email

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