Tree of Life Marketing and Communications is a company who provides high quality and unique web designs, social media marketing and printable graphic design materials for small businesses.  We love to help our clients develop their brands, grow their businesses and see their vision come to life.


In addition, Tree of Life Marketing and Communications is a member of a large marketing team that helps to assist home owners looking to sell their homes. We can offer marketing services, as well as real estate advice and assistance, thanks to our powerful network of partners.






Tree of Life Marketing and Communications was developed by Amanda Robinson, a single mother, born and raised in the rural area of Westlock, Alberta.  Amanda began her career working for Corus Television, where she gained vast experience working with video editing and commercial media.

 Following the birth of her youngest son, she made the choice to return to University and obtain her Bachelor of Professional Arts in Communications.  After achieving this dream, she began working with a leading real estate team, creating and designing various promotional materials, social media campaigns and online support materials.

Although Amanda found this relationship and calling to be very fulfilling, she made the decision to broaden her horizons and decided to develop Tree of Life Marketing and Communications.

It was her desire and her goal, to develop a company  that would help small business owners bring their vision to life and achieve their own dreams.  She especially wanted to help those in the rural areas of Morinville, Legal, Westlock County and Barrhead. It is Amanda's hope that  by helping small businesses in these areas, to develop cohesive marketing strategies, dynamic brands and strong brand recognition, that she will in some small way, be able to give back to the area and communities she cares about most.








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