12 - Statesboro Herald – 20 Under 40 – April 27, 2017
Erica Sellers Age: 35 Title: Marketing and Sales Director, Statesboro Magazineg Professional
As part of Statesboro Magazine since 2006, Erica oversees and creates advertising opportunities and
marketing platforms within the magazine portfolio. Erica’s areas of expertise include brand management, integrated marketing, strategic partnership development and marketing research. Erica earned a BBA from Georgia Southern University in 2004 and an MBA in 2012. She is a 2008 graduate of Leadership Bulloch and past president of Professional Women of Statesboro and the Leadership Bulloch Alumni Board. She also served as V.P. of the Georgia Jaycees Board of Directors; founding member of the Statesboro Jaycees; and on capital campaign fundraising committees.
“I love creative marketing ideas and helping businesses reach their foot-
print potential by bringing customers through their doors. I hope to continue to use marketing as a business and economic development tool on a corporate level benefiting partners. I also enjoy using my marketing skills to serve in the non-profit community. I want to continue to give back to the Statesboro area, especially in mentoring young women.”
Daniel Stackpole Age: 30 Title: Owner, Stackpole Food Services Professional
Since founding his company seven years ago with one service tech, he now has five techs and loca-
tions in Statesboro and Savannah with $1.5 million in annual sales. Part of his growth was fueled by the acquisition of Savannah Restaurant Equipment. This allowed Daniel to expand his retail and service operations to Savannah. He is heavily involved in Connection Church, where he leads a mission team to Honduras once a year as well as leads a Connect Group. He coaches for SBCPRD and is a huge supporter of Fostering Bulloch. Daniel has been married for 5 years to Chelsea (Brown) and they have two children, Miles (8) and EllieKate (3).
“Keep God first in all that I do. I wouldn’t enjoy any success if it wasn’t
for the help of God. I continue to pace our business growth. Understanding we have grown by focusing on providing great customer service. I still keep my focus on the other small business owners in Bulloch County by helping them grow their business, making sure they are getting fair pricing on service and items and not being taken advantage of by out-of-town companies.”
Published on Jun 14, 2017