Franklin, Tenn. – Alday Public Relations announced the addition of Mandy Crow as Content & Editorial Director. Crow will oversee print, digital and social content development for Alday and its roster of local and national clients, including National Seating & Mobility, PGA of America and Operation FINALLY HOME.


“Mandy brings a wealth of experience as a writer and editor, and an established track record as a compelling storyteller. We are excited to have her on our team,” said Mike Alday, President of Alday PR. “Our clients continue to expand their content needs and bringing Mandy aboard allows us to add depth and consistency to our efforts for them.”


Crow joins Alday after five years at Trevecca Nazarene University, where she oversaw content and media relations for the university’s communications office. She served as the chief storyteller for university campaigns, news, and digital content, and was instrumental in creating a consistent voice for the school across its media platforms. She also served as editor of the University’s quarterly magazine and developed a brand and style guide for use across the Nashville campus.


Prior to joining Trevecca, Crow worked for 12 years as an editor and copy editor for LifeWay Christian Resources. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Missouri and a Master’s degree in Theological Studies at Vanderbilt University Divinity School.


Alday Public Relations is a full-service public relations and marketing firm dedicated to providing creative, valuable communications strategies for local, regional and national clients. It is the oldest PR firm in Williamson County and was recently voted as the county’s Best PR Firm. Alday has been consistently ranked as one of the largest PR firms in Middle Tennessee by the Nashville Business Journal.


For more than 25 years, Alday has provided a grassroots-level understanding of the American business and consumer while offering thorough communications solutions capable of reaching any market. For more information, visit