"From 2002 – 2008, Marketing Expectations, Inc., led by Lynne Andrews, provided Cardinal Logistics Management with comprehensive B2B marketing, direct mail and public relations services helping our third-party logistics and transportation firm grow annual revenues from $120M to $350M. We highly recommend Lynne and the team at Marketing Expectations, Inc. for mid-size, large or small and fast-growth businesses."

Jerry Bowman
President & COO
Cardinal Logistics Management

"Lynne and her talented team offer dynamic grand opening and special events for our franchise locations. Her creativity and innovative launch events consistently deliver the right type of customers to our front door."

Chris Kouloukas
SOHO Office™ Business and Meeting Centers

"Lynne, we are thrilled with the feature article placement that you helped secure for The Dinner A’Fare in Southern Living Magazine! What an amazing story, pictures and exposure for our business. A big thank you for being part of the team!"

Stephanie Wright
Co-Founder, COO
The Dinner A’Fare - Corporate

"Thank you for making the Sawnee Woman’s Club Tour of Homes featuring Smith-Jackson Properties, LLC such an amazing success. Your guidance on promotion, special event flow and marketing of this event to the community was a dynamic reason why this fundraising event was so well-organized and attended. As a result of the supplement you helped develop in David has fielded so many quality leads from the supplement in Up in Cumming magazine and he’s busier than he’s ever been despite the economy. Thanks for all your hard work!"

David Wahlbom
Smith-Jackson Properties, LLC

"Your creativity, strategic thinking and well established media relationships helped us accomplish great things! We really appreciate your professionalism, energy and enthusiasm!"

Linda Tierney
Director of Marketing Communications
Dekalb Medical Center

"Lynne, you were a great asset to the team to make this event a wonderful evening for Governor Sonny Perdue!"

Mike Evans
Boots & BBQ Host Committee to Re-Elect Governor Perdue