Rotary welcomes Elm Street Creative Studios


By Wilmington Rotary



From left are Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad and Jesse Littleton of Elm Street Creative Studios

From left are Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad and Jesse Littleton of Elm Street Creative Studios


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WILMINGTON — Jesse Littleton spoke to the Wilmington Rotary Club — which meets at noon at Damon’s Restaurant on Mondays — about his business venture Elm Street Creative Studios. Littleton began his program and caught the club’s attention with a piano solo.

Littleton grew up in Sabina, a member of the Littleton Funeral Home family. He took piano lessons through the eighth grade and got a record deal when he was 17 . Littleton was doing well in his music career when his lung collapsed and changed his path.

Wanting to use his creativity still, he found an outlet in creating videos for marketing. Elm Street Creative Studios is the result of that.

Littleton showed several videos/commercials his shop has produced and then talked about a service they offer – social media management. Initially they will help customers create a space and learn to use it, then will get that going until the customer can take it over.

From left are Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad and Jesse Littleton of Elm Street Creative Studios
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_rotary.jpgFrom left are Wilmington Rotary President Bob Schaad and Jesse Littleton of Elm Street Creative Studios Courtesy photo

By Wilmington Rotary