3815 Media Locates New Headquarters in Peachtree Corners, Georgia
Originally started in 2014 to produce and market diverse content to consumers, 3815 Media Inc.'s expansion to 3201 Peachtree Corners Circle is expected to create 23 jobs in Gwinnett County, state officials said.
"It was a no-brainer for me to open 3815 Media in a city recognized as one of the best places to live in the entire State of Georgia thanks to its education quality, low crime rate, cost of living, employment and access to amenities," said 3815 Media CEO Rushion McDonald.
"Investments from innovative companies like 3815 Media, Inc. are a testament to Georgia's support for the film and production industries and to the investments Georgia has made in developing creative talent in the state," said Georgia Department of Economic Development Commissioner Pat Wilson. "I thank Rushion McDonald for his continued investment in Georgia, and look forward to seeing the incredible opportunities he creates in Peachtree Corners with his commitment to producing quality content with an eye to diversity."
Founded by two-time Emmy Award-winning executive producer and Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council member Rushion McDonald, 3815 Media's focus is identifying and promoting positive values for the Black community through diverse content creation.
"Gwinnett County is a great home for 3815 Media due to the strong diversity within the community," said Andrew Carnes, vice president of economic development at Partnership Gwinnett. "We are always excited to continue to expand the creative talent workforce and provide opportunities for our region."
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