Alex Tummons Joins Mediavision2020 as Digital Analyst


Mediavision2020 is pleased to welcome Alex Tummons to its Bentonville, AR, office as a Digital Analyst. Alex graduated in May from the University of Arkansas with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication and another in Spanish, where she focused on interpersonal communication. She was born in Springfield, MO, but has called Fayetteville home for the last five years. In her free time she enjoys teaching dance classes in NWA, trying out the best local restaurants, and calling the hogs!

Alex’s outgoing nature and ability to connect with those around her make her a great fit for our Mediavision2020 family.  

John Snelgrove joins Mediavision2020 as Account Executive


Mediavision2020 is pleased to welcome John Snelgrove to its Bentonville, AR office as an Account Executive. John brings over 25 years of sales and marketing experience and understands the value of creating lasting business partnerships.

John’s background is in the motorcycle accessories aftermarket, and his tenure includes positions as VP Sales and Marketing for Pinsley Manufacturing, Soft Goods and Marketing Manager for Big Bike Parts, National Distribution Sales Manager for Dowco Inc. and Sales Manager for CIMA International.

“John’s extensive experience in the power sports industry will be a great asset to our power sports and RV dealer clients,” says Chuck Stephens, Account Director at Mediavision2020.  “We’ll leverage his insights to help our dealers at the retail level.”

John recently moved to the Rogers area from Chicago with his wife Catherine. He enjoys motorcycling, fishing, boating and most everything outdoors. When not on Beaver Lake or in the woods, you will find him frequenting Crystal Bridges Museum or appreciating the wonderful local micro-brew scene.



Every business wants to reach as many potential customers as possible. Companies can expand by engaging with their current and soon-to-be customers on social media. There’s one problem: Not all businesses are relevant for all social media platforms. The graphic above is not only humorous, but also purposeful. Content should not be forced where it doesn’t belong. A Pinterest page for a truck dealership may not be as beneficial as for a furniture store. Similarly, an Instagram account may not be as pertinent for a funeral home as it is for a clothing boutique. To be savvy on social media, a business must examine their ideal audience and determine what connects their customers with their products and services.