Tulsa, OK – The lead designer for the Garth Brooks website and countless other brands, Jason Stewart, has set his next project up as the lead designer with Thrive15.com. Jason’s experience with web development and branding will come in handy with Thrive15.com because he not only offers experience for the site’s design, he also will be one of the mentors on the site teaching “Thrivers” (the name for the sites subscribers) in 45 plus countries around the world how to design a brand.
Thrive15.com’s mission is “to mentor millions” in business and in personal life success. The team of business coaches is an impressive list of millionaires, moguls, and every day success stories that share how they made it to the top of their respective field. Jason will join these mentors and will add to the 20 plus categories that is already being taught on the site, including Networking, Quality Control, Customer Service, Investing, and Overcoming Adversity. Jason expects this project to be one of the farthest reaching design works he has done.
One of the ways Thrive15.com was able to bring Jason in was his appreciation for the Thrive “One-for-One Hand Up” movement. This is Thrive15.com’s way of saying thank you to the men and women who serve in the US military. Each military member (whether they are active duty, a veteran, or in the reserves) and their spouses will be able to sign up for Thrive15.com free of charge. Founder and COO of Thrive15.com Clay Clark said in a statement that the military men and woman do so much for us; it was a no brainer to do what we could to help them be successful when they leave the armed forces. The complete details of the One-For-One Hand Up initiative can be found by visiting www.Thrive15.com.