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Turner joins The Vindicator

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    Ariel Turner

The Vindicator team is pleased to announce the addition of Ariel Turner as our new Advertising Representative. Turner is a native of Dayton and a recent graduate of Dayton High School. Her two brothers graduated from Dayton as well. Her father grew up in the Dallas area before he joined the Navy, and her mother traveled as a child due to her father deploying to many different locations while in the Navy.

While in school, Turner was a part of the career prep program and developed a natural feel for serving the community while working for First Liberty National Bank. “I loved working with our customers, my coworkers, my branch manager, along with my career prep teacher at the time. They all taught me so much about this world and our community which helped me realize who I wanted to be after I graduate high school; successful and hardworking but still able to enjoy life,” said Turner. She’s always looking forward to new challenges and opportunities. While in school, she enjoyed participating in the Dayton FFA program, learning leadership alongside Wool Judging. She also participated in Ag Mechanics learning how to weld.

Aside from work, Turner has a passion for art, photography, and being around her family and friends. During the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, she learned how to paint and began to test her skills. She loves the outdoors and hunting with her father and brothers. It is to be said that she is a better shot than her two older brothers. She loves spending time with her two beautiful nieces every chance she gets. Turner strives to make her late grandparents proud of who she has become and who she will continue to be.

As our new Advertising Representative, Turner is excited to explore more of Liberty County and the community. Her focus is to create relationships with the public and to promote and uplift businesses with advertising.