Rebekah Brown, CEO

Marketing Square CEO Rebekah Brown brings revenue and new clients through the doors of Florida law firms, doctor’s offices, financial firms, and real estate businesses with websites, content, and marketing.

The Marketing Square

Brown is an award-winning journalist and advertising specialist who began generating content and working on websites in 2000.

In 2023, Brown celebrates 13 years working for Florida clients who rely on The Marketing Square for ongoing business and income.

“The Marketing Square has successfully built businesses through website advertising and marketing strategy,” said Brown who brought The Marketing Square to Winter Park, Florida, in 2010. “Clients work with us for an average of five years.”

The Marketing Square team is comprised of professionals who have worked with Brown on 70+ client websites.

Journalism Career

Brown began writing sports stories for Wisconsin newspapers in high school. She became a sports reporter and was the Big Ten’s first female college football and basketball beat reporter covering Wisconsin and Purdue University.

Brown was an investigative sports reporter, boxing columnist, copy editor, and page designer who produced sports series and interviews working with newspapers including:
• The Detroit News
• The Michigan Chronicle
• The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette
• The Kansas City Star-Times
• The Wisconsin State Journal

Journalism Awards Earned

• Best of Gannett Headline Writing Awards
• Investigative Sports Reporting Awards 
• The Ring 32 Boxing Writer of the Year
• 2 NNPA Best Sports Section Awards

Fortune 500 Advertising And Events

Brown has been an advertising copywriter (TV, Radio, Print, Outdoor, Digital) and created national advertising campaigns for clients including:

  • American Airlines
  • Ameritech
  • Budweiser
  • Chrysler
  • DaimlerChrysler
  • Dodge
  • Domino’s Pizza
  • General Mills
  • Jeep
  • Kmart
  • Michigan Lottery
  • MillerCoors
  • Navy
  • Verizon Wireless
  • Western Union

“The first ad campaign I pitched was to the head of Jeep at the world headquarters in Auburn Hills. Two weeks later I was listening to Barry White record my radio scripts in a Los Angeles studio.

“My largest campaign created — Re-Up — was sold to Verizon Wireless REUP [FREEUP].

Crisis Public Relations & Sports Events

Brown went on to handle Crisis Public Relations with Caponigro Public Relations.

Next, Brown went to North Carolina to manage the Honda Battle of the Bands, and to bring in corporate sponsorships for the CIAA Basketball Tournament, and college sports events across the country.

Brown sold, planned, and managed events for:

  • Allstate
  • American Cancer Society
  • Amtrak
  • Bank of America
  • Best Buy
  • CareerBuilder
  • Food Lion
  • Ford
  • Geico
  • Honda
  • McDonald’s
  • MillerCoors
  • Toyota

Florida Small Businesses 

Brown became an entrepreneur while in North Carolina and provided website builds and content to advertising agencies and small businesses in Michigan, Wisconsin, Georgia, and Texas. The move to Florida to be with family was not planned but working remotely online made it easy.

“Interviewing Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Mike Tyson, Martina Navratilova, and hundreds of professional, high school, and college athletes was exciting,” Brown said.

“Covering two Detroit Pistons NBA Championships, multiple boxing world championships, the NFL, NHL, MLB, PGA, bowling, tennis, archery, and Olympic events was memorable.

“Writing advertising campaigns that earned Fortune 500 companies millions was rewarding.

“But, building business for attorneys, doctors, financial, and real estate firms during the recession had the most impact,” Brown said. “Working with people who bootstrapped their way into their businesses as I did is where marketing makes all the difference in their success.”

Clients Earn Five To Six Figures Monthly

“Every day is a chance to prove my value,” Brown said. “The Marketing Square is only successful if clients are earning five to six figures monthly.”

Brown is a board member for the Second Chance Scholarship Foundation which provides scholarships to single mothers and battered women who want to become nurses.

Brown’s other passion project is as a board member for Hollow Creek Farm Equine & Canine Rescue which rescues, rehabilitates, and rehomes severely abused, neglected, and exploited animals.

Brown’s Firsts

• First female Big 10 beat reporter (Purdue University)
• First female boxing columnist (The Detroit News)
• First website copywriter for Verizon, Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, General Mills, Kmart



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