Jolee Halstrom Molitor ’90

Posted on June 16th, 2010 by

Jolee Molitor ’90, President of Minneapolis-based marketing agency J2M, was recently awarded the William W. Holes Award for long-term achievement by the Midwest Direct Marketing Association (MDMA). The award was presented on April 27, 2010 at the MDMA Annual Conference held at the Northland Inn in Brooklyn Park, MN.

Each year since 1968, the MDMA has honored one individual in the local direct marketing community with the William W. Holes Achievement Award. Named for the MDMA’s founder and first President, this award recognizes an individual from the direct marketing industry whose long-term leadership, innovation and integrity have been an inspiration for all others in the profession to admire and emulate.

Jolee Molitor founded J2M in 2007 after working in the Minneapolis marketing community for fifteen years. Her proven track-record includes hundreds of programs for companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations.

J2M is a full-service marketing agency that brings together unique skills sets – strategy, creative, production – to maximize the marketing efforts for their clients and deliver solutions that work.

Jolee Halstrom Molitor graduated from Gustavus Adolphus College with a BA Management degree in 1990. She then graduated from St. Cloud State University in 1992 with an MBA, emphasis in marketing.

The company can be found on the web at www.j-2m.com or by calling 763-753-0202. More information on the MDMA can be found at www.mdma.org.

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