Sarah Bennett is #MadeForKnoxville.

In 2020, Sarah tragically lost her daughter. It was her bravery and courage throughout her sickness that inspired Sarah to take her part time writing career full time. 

Today, Sarah has forged a passion for turning local businesses’ spirits into “words that connect to their audience.” She works with these businesses to create compelling content, such as email campaigns, website copy, product descriptions, social media ads, newsletters and more. Her daughter inspired her to dive into her writing career, but she also serves as a daily reminder for Sarah on how to lead and live her life — with grace

“After losing my daughter to cancer in 2020, I decided to channel her bravery and indomitable spirit, and turn my part-time writing career into a full-time creative marketing business, with a focus on serving our incredible city.”

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In Their Own Words..

After losing my daughter to cancer in 2020, I decided to channel her bravery and indomitable spirit, and turn my part-time writing career into a full-time creative marketing business, with a focus on serving our incredible city. My daughter’s middle name was Grace, which I incorporated into my business name — because it is with grace that she went to heaven, grace by which we live now in her absence, and grace by which we wait to see her again. Though we have lived in Knoxville since 2014, it was through her cancer journey that we were able to meet SO many extraordinary Knoxville residents and businesses, and establish a long-term love and zeal for our city. I now keep busy, enthusiastically helping local businesses put their unique spirit and vision into words that connect to their audience.

 

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