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Josh Mabus

Josh Mabus receiving award from MBJ Publisher Alan Turner.

Josh Mabus receiving award from MBJ Publisher Alan Turner.

The value of strategy in the context of creativity drives Josh Mabus as the owner of The Mabus Agency, an award-winning, full-service marketing and advertising boutique in Tupelo.

Possessing a “creative class gene,” Mabus strives to raise the bar for creativity in Mississippi and the Southeast.

A native of Pontotoc, Mabus has earned nine Telly Awards for television commercials since 2011 and boasts clients such as Renasant Bank, Mississippi State University, Eat With Us restaurant group and Mississippi Public Broadcasting.

Keeping with his “creative” personality, Mabus built a hovercraft prototype last year and takes his beloved rescue dog Elsa to the office on a daily basis.

An avid camper, he and his wife drove to the Grand Canyon for their honeymoon and camped along the way in New Mexico and Utah.

In his leisure time, Mabus enjoys cooking and traveling around the country to explore national landmarks.

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