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Who the heck is this Preston guy?

If you’ve found this post, thank you. No, seriously. To get here, you probably clicked at least three different links on prestonmcclellan.com, and that is just fantastic for my SEO.


Now, onto the real reason of this post. You’ve found my website. You’re interested in making your social media or athlete marketing better. And, now you’re wondering who the heck I am. Well, you’ve come to the right place.


I’m Preston. Husband to Kiki.


@Preston on Instagram.


@P_McClellan on Twitter.


I’ve been working in this crazy world of social media since 2008, so I’ve seen just about everything there is to see. I’ve been on Twitter so long that I remember sending texts to a 5 digit number on my Motorola RAZR before I had an internet enabled phone. I’ve been on Instagram so long that I was able to claim the username of @preston.


(Yes, people try to buy it from me all the time).


Throughout my 12+ years on this journey throughout the world wide web, I’ve seen platforms come and go. Strategies grow and die. Campaigns crush, and campaigns fail. I’ve worked with business small and large; athletes from nearly every sport imaginable; and influencers (yes, in the wild).


By this point in the blog, you may be wondering, “Yea, but so what?” And, you’d be right to ask that question because experience doesn’t mean everything in this industry. You know what does? Adaptability. Don’t worry - I have that in spades.


In my career, I’ve had the privilege and opportunity to work with brands like ESPN, the Memphis Tigers, Memphis Grizzlies, Columbus Blue Jackets, PGA TOUR, and more. I’ve worked with athletes like Marc Gasol, Kyle Lowry, Bubba Watson, and more. I’ve gotten to work on marketing campaigns with influencers like Dude Perfect, Darius Rucker, and more.


What does that mean?


It means that I understand social media in ways that are applicable across a multitude of industries in scenarios.


It means that I am a problem solver that never shows up with a cookie cutter solution.


Most importantly, it means I’m ready to help you and your business figure out this world of social media and design a strategy that works for you.


Sound good? Let’s get to work.



Preston McClellan sits in between Dan Wolken and Jason Smith and behind Josh Pastner at a University of Memphis Basketball game in 2010 against Miami (FL).
Just me tweeting intently at a Memphis basketball game in 2010. We've been at this for a while!


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