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Meet Tracie Grodi, Patch's New Ad Manager

Grodi, a Woodstock resident who recently joined our team, covers Woodstock and nearby Patch towns, including Holly Springs and Canton.

Excited about Patch? Want to know how to use it to benefit your business or organization?

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She recently joined our team as advertising manager for Woodstock Patch, and several nearby Patch sites—Acworth Patch, Canton-Sixes Patch, Cartersville Patch, Holly Springs-Hickory Flat Patch and Northeast Cobb Patch.

A Woodstock resident and Cherokee County native, Grodi and her husband of nearly nine years, Michael, have three children—Keeghan, 16, a student; Parker, 6, a first-grader; and 21-month-old Georgia Grace.

Back in the Peach State for three years now, Grodi in the last eight-plus years has called several cities home—Scottsdale, AZ; Chicago, IL; and Orlando and Stuart, FL.  

Grodi came to Patch with about 15 years of experience in advertising and marketing and a knack for helping her customers grow their businesses.

Contact her at tracie.grodi@patch.com or 678-315-2013.

Along with hubby Michael, Grodi operates Cherokee Seniors Helping Hands, a nonprofit the couple founded to benefit senior citizens and new mothers in Cherokee County.

Learn more about our new ad manager with this short Q&A:

Patch: As an advertising manager, what's the best part of your job?

Grodi: Being given the opportunity to help consult with local business owners on growing their businesses. Online advertising allows a small business to market themselves with large, national companies.  Before online advertising came along, that wasn't a possibility.

Patch: What do you find special about Patch?

Grodi: Patch is so incredibly local and has such a social media feel to it. Our readers are very involved with Patch on a daily basis.

carol sanford August 07, 2012 at 10:32 AM
Very nice article about a REALLY great young lady. Way to go Tracie!
Tracie Grodi August 08, 2012 at 12:28 AM
Thanks Carol. I'm so impressed with you and your involvement with Patch.
Gary Parkes August 08, 2012 at 01:03 AM
Congratulations on your new position!

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