The idea factory at work

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Group CJ.

A full service advertising agency that believes in marketing that matters.


Brand Development

We'll dig into your business, your goals and - most importantly - into your target customer. We have this superhuman ability to ask the right questions and really get into the mind of your customers.


Media Planning

We've purchased more media than any other agency in Central Kentucky. We've got the skills, an itch to get going and a serious obsession with watching you make money.


Restaurant Hospitality

We are pros at engaging the people of Lexington and exposing visitors to our exploding local cuisine scene. Check out our successful Lexington Restaurant Week 2014.


Public Education

We are passionate about marketing that matters. We will put our powers to work for your public outreach campaign and give it the red hot oomph it needs!

Who We Are


Connie Jo Miller: (m)adwoman in charge. Marketing maven. Creative livewire. Tenacious optimist. Box-free thinker. Packs a powerful persuasive punch. Savvy businesswoman. Passionate about causes. Committed to marketing that full bio


Nancy Diedrichs: creative/new mediaCum laude new media graduate of the University of Kentucky. A rare combo of technogeek and creative communicator. Card-carrying member of the microchip generation. Instinctively gets the technology that powers this full bio

Mark J Royse: business + creative. Fair-minded. Meticulous. Detail-oriented. Even-tempered.Always happy to lend a hand. Mark  keeps us on task, under budget, and makes sure you get what you pay for – and then full bio

Our Creative Partners

Group CJ enjoys collaborative partnerships with an award-winning cadre of creative professionals, who deliver top talent that's just right for your job.



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This weekend!

Lexington celebrates Earth Day Weekend with new trail:

Lexington is celebrating Earth Day Weekend in a big way … with the official opening of a new trail, the Hope Center Trail. “The new trail is short, but it makes some big connections,” Mayor Jim Gray said. The .3-mile connects the Legacy Trail, Lexington’s longest trail, to the Coolavin Rail Trail on West Sixth Street, and to neighborhoods and businesses.

At 4 p.m. this Saturday, April 21, Gray, Councilmember James Brown and neighbors will cut a ribbon to officially open Hope Center Trail.

“This ribbon cutting brings us one step closer to moving the trail through our downtown neighborhoods to its final stop at the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden,” Brown said. Later this summer, work is scheduled to begin on the final segment of the Legacy Trail, running from the North Side YMCA to the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden.

Other activities on Saturday include:

· A Kids Bike Rodeo Parade at 3 p.m. (free decorations available).

· Music from 3-5 p.m.

· An Open House from 3-5 p.m. at Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop, 501 W. Sixth St. Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop

· Food and refreshments for sale from 3-5 p.m. at West Sixth Brewing, 501 West Sixth St. West Sixth Brewing
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