Who We Are

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 TFA Owner Casey Ferris has been making her mark in the local business world for several years.

 

Aside from owning The Ferris Agency, Casey is the President of the Hope Mills Chamber of Commerce, Runs The Market on Trade St, Women Mean Business and The Elle'Vate Podcast.  

 

She is currently serving on the advisory board for The George Washington University School of Business, Florida State University and Fayetteville Technical College Business Advisory Board,  was named one of the Fayetteville Observers 40 Under 40 for 2021 and was recently chosen as a recipient of the Governors Service Award for 2022.  

She has a wide variety of Marketing Skills under her hat, just a few of which include; Website design and Creation, Keyword and SEO, Google Ads Management, Social Media Management, Content Creation, Digital Advertising and Graphic Design.


Casey is passionate about helping educate local businesses on how they can best market their company – a passion that she applies to her role as President for the Hope Mills Chamber of Commerce – hosting several classes and meetings for local business owners.

 

She has taught several classes in partnership with FTCC, Fayetteville State University and The Hope Mills Area Chamber of Commerce, and has had several articles published for various local media sources including The Fayetteville Business Journal, Array Magazine, Up and Coming Weekly, HopeMills.net, Womens View and Stone Proof Magazine.

Her Book Club is currently collecting books to set up ‘Lil’braries’, a small lending library aimed at serving the under privileged community and ensuring that even the poorest children in Cumberland County have access to books! The Alms House of Hope Mills is set to have theirs by July!

Casey is originally from Wisconsin, but moved to the foothills of NC in 2004. She and her Husband have six incredible kids. Her husband, Josh, works in IT in Raleigh. She has a cat – Han Solo – and two dogs – Led Zeppelin and Aero Smith.

 

In her free time she enjoys reading a good book, concerts, watching Chopped and enjoying all the events the area has to offer.