About Gray Matters, LLC
Gray Matters LLC is a niche publishing company dedicated to helping businesses demonstrate their competencies to influential audiences and target demographics. Our brand strategists help clients differentiate themselves in the market place through branding and image campaigns delivered via content-driven resources and events. Locally owned and operated in Springdale, Ark., Gray Matters is regionally focused on a market recognized by the Milken Institute and others as one of the nation’s most dynamic. Home to Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Tyson Foods Inc., J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. and numerous others of note, Northwest Arkansas also boasts a “Who’s Who” list of branch offices from Fortune 500 companies. We have about 15 employees who enjoy producing national and regional award-winning products in a family friendly, community oriented atmosphere. Gray Matters publishes the bi-weekly Northwest Arkansas Business Journal; three annuals in the Northwest Arkansas Guest Guide, Northwest Arkansas Newcomers Guide and the Northwest Arkansas Book of Lists; seasonal supplements including the Northwest Arkansas How To Guide; and daily B2B news and information via www.nwabusinessjournal.com and in conjunction with Arkansas Business Publishing Group via www.arkansasbusiness.com . The company also hosts exclusive events designed to build branding and networking opportunities such as The Fast 15 and The Forty Under 40. GM Custom is a division that offers full-service, turn-key and a la carte custom publishing capabilities. It focuses on tailoring marketing messages via magazines, newsletters and promotional materials to make them meaningful for their intended audiences. GM Consulting is a division that facilitates the startup and ongoing success of B2B media and marketing services through a cadre of consulting and hands-on services.

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Arkansas voters will decide in a few weeks whether to increase the state's minimum wage. If you had to vote today, would you vote to raise minimum wage in Arkansas from $6.25 to $8.50 by 2017?

  • Yes. Anyone who works full-time should be able to support their family.
  • No. The government should not dictate how much workers are paid.
  • No. Minimum-wage jobs are for entry-level workers. If people want to get paid more, they should work their way up.
  • No. It will constrain employers and kill jobs.
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