Jim Reynolds had an idea to inform people of the outdoors in Arkansas and Oklahoma. This idea turned into a radio program for a ten year run. The show went from 2007-2017. Meanwhile, Jim was learning the advertising business, producing other shows like Spirit of Outdoors. That show retired in 2020. Jim now produces commercials on the radio, social media, and television for clients.
Under the umbrella of Jim Reynolds Outdoors, Jim manages residential and commercial properties. He also works in in partnership with another company he started, RamRey Properties of Western Arkansas.
Check out Jim's LinkedIn account for more information and see how well rounded and multidimensional he is to help with your advertising or property needs. He enjoys helping people reach their goals.
How We Got Here
Jim Reynolds Outdoors started out in 2007-2013 as a radio program titled, "Into the Outdoors". Jim would drive to the studios of ESPN 96.3 and Cumulus "Big Country" 107.3 and record the show while obtaining sponsors to fund programing. During that time, Jim was coaching and teaching full time. He helped assist the Lady Tigers and Coach John Mackey of Mansfield to four State Championships in track and field.
In 2011 with the help of his wife Melissa, Jim Reynolds Outdoors was incorporated to handle the addition of being an advertising agency at the request of show sponsors. A location was purchased in Mansfield and a building was built for Jim Reynolds Outdoors. That property was soon sold and a new location was purchased in 2014 and remodeled at 101 North Main Street\4 West Atlanta Street in Greenwood Arkansas. In 2008 Jim Reynolds and ESPN Sports Radio was presented with the Conservation Communicator of the Year award by the Arkansas Wildlife Federation. In 2015 Jim Reynolds Outdoors was presented by Mayor Doug Kinslow with the Community Enhancement Award. Later that same year the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce awarded the Business Development Award.
The years 2013-2017 Jim Reynolds Outdoors was heard on the Sports Hog 103.1. When the station switched to 101.1 and reduced their wattage, it was time for a change. Spirit of the Outdoors was already being produced in the Jim Reynolds Outdoors studio. Jim made a deal to bring sponsors over to Spirit of the Outdoors with more stations and coverage. It was a win, win, win situation between sponsors, JRO and Spirit of the Outdoors. Spirit of the Outdoors was heard on over 70+ stations throughout the Midwest. Now Jim edits, produces and sells advertising to clients as Jim Reynolds Outdoors Advertising Agency.