The Village of Panama is where we call home for our Transformation Marketing offices. Located just 20 miles south of Lincoln, NE., Panama gives our marketing agency the perfect touch of a “small-town vibe.”
Our founder, Shannon Filing, started Transformation Marketing in the basement of her home 15 years ago right here in Panama, NE. Panama has always been home for Shannon, and as a new mom with two babies and a new marketing agency, she felt it was only right to continue on her family’s life here. A move to a new office space at the local Panama bank (next door to our current office) in 2007 was a perfect fit for Transformation Marketing at the time; business continued to grow over the years and so did The Bean Team.
Our team eventually exceeded what was our current office space at the local bank, making it time to consider our next move. Thoughts arose about locating Transformation Marketing to Lincoln, but with lots of consideration and the right timing our now current property went up for a closed bid as the town owned it at the time. TM won the bid and felt fortunate that we had the land to build on and frame to start with. Renovations/build out took about 6 months and within the first year, we were breaking ground to add on.
In March 2012, TM moved into our current office building (next door to the bank) quickly filling the space as our marketing agency and team continues to grow.
Small studio with a cyclorama wall and sound booth.
New Addition- Creative Conference Room: 2017 has been a remarkable year for Transformation Marketing. Though we have a little problem (a very good problem); we continue to outgrow our spaces… This time it’s our conference room! An old school house that had sat empty for a few years across the street was calling TM’s name. We are currently in the last few weeks of renovation and cannot wait to put our new creative conference room to use!
Old school house + new roof.
Refurbished bowling alley floors.
Refurbished truck flooring for an accent wall.
A Few Words From Our Founder:
“I started here in Panama for convenience and lower overhead. But as the years have gone by, I feel pretty special to have a growing business in a small rural community that offers the most current online marketing strategies and the best talent around. I take pride in my part of keeping my hometown main street alive. People who have seen me grow up stop me and are excited to see all the cars of the employees and clients parked in front of our building. It seems simple but there is something hopeful about having thriving, growing businesses in your community. I think you can ask anyone, from any size of the community and they would agree how important that is.” – Shannon Filing