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About bfac.com

bfac.com is an award-winning technology company that provides mobile marketing solutions to businesses, organizations, state & local governments and political figures. We are the #1 listed business texting company by Google & Bing and we’re one of the fastest growing app design companies in the world. bfac.com has been featured by media outlets around North America including NBC, ABC, FOX, CBS, Clear Channel Radio and Gannett Publishing.

We were founded in 2006 and boast a leadership team that collectively brings over 60 years of marketing expertise to our clients. Our CEO, Brad McMullan, was recently named the Executive of the Year by the MCC and bfac.com won the 2011 MTA NVC AWARD for Best Commercial Technology Company.

Our philosophy is simple, treat people the way you would want to be treated and provide them with cutting edge technology, customized customer service (no call centers/no outsourcing) and do it all for the lowest price. We are able to provide exceptional customer service because we are a debt free company (no loans), so our focus is on our clients and not making a loan payment.

Our client list is second to none. We work with elected officials (From the Governor’s office to the Attorney General) to the government (National Guard) to restaurant leaders (Chick-fil-A & Buffalo Wild Wings) to charities (Salvation Army, United Way & FCA) to major companies (Pepsi/Brown Bottling & Exxon) and churches (Broadmoor Baptist Church & MS Methodist Foundation). But while a number of fortune 500 companies use our services, the majority of our clients (over 90%) are small businesses. We are affordable and our technology is counted on by people all over the world.

The world is mobile (there are more cell phones than people in the U-S) and using mobile technology (texting & apps) will enhance your marketing strategy and grow your business or organization like never before. Call us today 601-487-8824 to hear how bfac.com can give you mobile solutions to grow your business.

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