Who We Are

Paul Hay is a highly accomplished and seasoned Digital and Print Executive with over 30+ years of proven success in managing sales, social media marketing, and operations responsibilities within multi-million-dollar corporations. He currently holds a degree in Computer Information Systems from National American University and has served on many boards throughout his career. Some of these include President, Past President, and Treasurer of the Bandon Playhouse (2010-2018) and Past Vice-President of the Bandon Youth Soccer Association (2010), Chairman for the Bandon Arts Council (2017), and Treasurer for Good Neighbors Food Bank (2017-2018), Nurture Committee for First Presbyterian Church of Bandon, Oregon (2016-2018).

Paul and Cynthia, his lovely wife of 24 years, both grew up in Sierra Vista.  Paul was a 1986 graduate of Buena High School and even attended Cochise College for a short time before joining the US Navy in 1987 where he was stationed on the USS Hoel (DDg-13) in San Diego and did two deployments to the gulf where he received an Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for his duty there.

Cynthia Hay has over 10 years of experience in Office Management, Call Center and Businesses administration. Outstanding math skills; enjoy bookkeeping.  Knowledge of clerical details, record and file maintenance.  Strong background in all aspects of customer service and support.  Excellent organizational, planning, interpersonal, and communications skills.  Functional in Windows, Quicken, MS Office, and Internet software.

She has served on many boards, including Durango High school Booster Club (Secretary), Banks-Tyner Water Board Association (Treasurer), and Bandon Youth Soccer Association (Secretary) just to name a few.   Her other volunteer experience includes; Crisis Pregnancy and Adoption counseling, medical testing, and phone hotline and public speaking engagements. AIDS Resource Network and Director of Volunteers for Vacation Bible School (over 100 children).

Cynthia is a hardworking mother of eight children and grandmother to eight beautiful grandchildren. She is an avid reader and loves spending time as a foster mom with local humane societies.  In 2012 she was recognized as Foster Family of the Year where she had fostered over 100 animals in one year with the La Plata Human Society in Durango, Colorado. In 2017 she was commissioned as a Deacon of the First Presbyterian Church of Bandon, Oregon.


“We recognize that Sierra Vista does have a couple companies in the area that offer similar services, but with over 20 years in media industry alone, I have learned to believe in the small mom & pop shops.   I’ve also learned how to help them either grow or maintain status quo, whichever path they may choose, but offer suggestions in adding a little “Pazaz” to their current marketing plans.  Whatever the business may choose, we know if you take care of the local community they will take care of you!”

“We love our community….We believe in the friendly spirit of Cochise County and are so happy to be HOME once again!”