About

Sage Strategies works in three areas:   Non profits, Government and Small Business.  With non profits by serving as a contract administrator as they are building their organization.   We also work with government agencies preparing feasibility studies, and doing oversight and reporting on government grants.  Our work with the private sector business involves coaching, team building, social media, marketing and one time project management.

Founded in 1994 by Cathy Shull, Sage Strategies, primarily concentrates on rural areas.  Cathy’s background includes banking, hospitality mangement, non profit management and small business owner.   Her mission is to support our rural roots while building economies in our backyard.

Clients Have Included:

  • Bank of the West
  • Farmers State Bank in Nebraska
  • Town of LaGrange, WY
  • Morgan County
  • Northeast Colorado Association of Local Governments
  • Maverick’s, Comfort Inn, Rodeway
  • Progressive 15
  • Town of Hillrose
  • Rodine Communications
  • Fort Morgan Furniture
  • Colorado’s Future
  • Rural Solutions
  • Glenn Miller SwingFest
  • The School for the Performing Arts
  • Cargill Meat Solutions
  • Town of Limon

Some of our projects:

  1. Team building
  2. Emergency plan for office spread throughout a six county area
  3. Survey and community meetings for a possible recreation tax issue on the 2012 ballot
  4. Non Emergent medical transportation needs survey
  5. Facilitation at a corporate retreat
  6. Feasibility Studies
  7. Marketing Plans
  8. Social Media Work
  9. Event Planning
  10. Newsletters / e mail campaigns

 

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