Jeremy Holley is a Co-Founder of FlyteVu, a Nashville-based full-service entertainment marketing agency founded in 2015 that connects brands to consumers through compelling storytelling, unparalleled experiences, and the power of pop culture.
Under Holley’s leadership, FlyteVu has been named to Adweek’s Fastest Growing Agencies List for 2021 ranked in the top 75, Chief Marketer’s Top 200 Marketing Agencies List from 2021 through 2023, Chief Marketer PRO Award Winner for 2022, Inc. 5000’s 2020, 2021, and 2022 Lists of ‘Fastest Growing Private Companies in America’, Nashville Business Journal’s 2020 Largest Advertising Agencies List, and Adweek’s 2019 ‘100 Fastest Growing Agencies’. Hutfless has also helped build an impressive roster of former and current clients including American Red Cross, Barefoot Wine, Barefaced, Bumble, Carter’s, Cracker Barrel, CLEAN Cause, David’s Bridal, Digital Seat Media, Drybar, Enterprise, Journeys, Jack Daniel’s, Maurices, Moët Hennessy, Norwegian Cruise Line, Skin Pharm, Spotify, Squeeze, Tennessee Tourism, Tractor Supply, Under Armor, UPS, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Victoria’s Secret PINK and many others.
In 2020, FlyteVu launched the FlyteVu Fund to continue the company’s commitment to giving back and serving the community. Over the past five years, and including the Fund’s initial investment, FlyteVu has donated more than $1 million to a wide range of certified 501(c)(3) nonprofits.
FlyteVu is known for creating first-of-its-kind campaigns that give back to the community and/or help shape culture. FlyteVu’s campaigns have collectively earned multiple awards including three Gold, one silver, and three Bronze Clio Awards, Shorty Impact Award, Shorty Social Good Award, an Emmy Award, a GRAMMY Award, Davey Awards, and were named to the Cannes Lions Shortlist.
Holley was recognized as one of Billboard’s ‘Country Power Players’ in 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022, Billboard’s ‘Top Branding Power Players’ in 2018 and 2019, and ‘Nashville’s Power Players’ from 2017 through 2019. He was also recognized as one of Billboard’s ‘Top 40 Under 40’ in 2015 and Billboard’s ‘Top 30 Under 30 Executives in the Music and Entertainment Industry’ in 2007, as well as one of ‘Billboard’s Twitter 140: Music-Industry Characters You Need to Follow’ in 2011 and 2012.
Holley currently serves on the Academy of Country Music Board and is Chair of the Strategic Partnerships Task Force & Co-Chair of the Marketing Task Force. He is also a Voting Member of the Recording Academy and serves on the Nashville Block Party Committee. Additionally, Holley serves as a mentorship board member for Lipscomb College of Entertainment & Arts and is a 2013 Leadership Music Alumni.
Holley was previously Sr. VP of Consumer & Interactive Marketing at Warner Music Nashville (WMN) and played a key role in building Warner Music’s multiple rights (360) business overseeing all aspects of creative, digital, and strategic marketing. He and his team created unprecedented partnerships (Uber, Pepsi, Samsung, JC Penney, and more) and collaborations between artists, brands, and digital platforms including Shazam, YouTube, Snapchat, and SoundCloud.