Chuck and Cindy
ZimmComm, 1600 Skyview Dr., Holts Summit, MO 65043

ZimmComm is a marketing and communications company located in Holts Summit, MO.  That's right across the Missouri River from Jefferson City.  The company is owned and operated by Chuck & Cindy.

The Zimmerman’s bring almost a half century of combined communications experience to ZimmComm.   Both earned degrees in broadcasting from the University of Florida in 1980. 


With a business partner, they started and developed a communications company in Florida in the early 1980s which included a regional farm radio network, AM radio station, state news network and advertising agency.


In 1992, the couple went to work together for Learfield Communications, with Chuck as General Manager of the Brownfield Network, and Cindy as one of the primary on-air farm broadcasters. 


Cindy left the network in 1997 to be a full-time mother to their three daughters, but still continued to work on a freelance basis, voicing radio commercials for the Monsanto Roundup Ready campaign in 1998, hosting the morning show for a national Catholic radio network in 1999, and producing daily agricultural radio programs aired in Florida, Georgia and Alabama on the Southeast AgNet since 2002. 


Chuck spent two years directing the pro-life communications efforts of the Vitae Caring Foundation in Jefferson City.


The Zimmermans have extensive contacts with media, agencies, organizations and agribusinesses on a local, national and even international level, having traveled extensively throughout the country and to more than 15 foreign countries on business during their careers.  Their travels have included a farm tour of Russia, U-S Grains Council trade mission to Columbia, Mexico and Brazil, and a USDA trip to Switzerland, Italy and Egypt.


Both Chuck and Cindy have been recognized for their accomplishments by such organizations as the National Association of Farm Broadcasters, National Agri-Marketing Association, Missouri Governor’s Advisory Council on Agriculture, Missouri Soybean Association, Illinois Soybean Association and Florida Farm Bureau Federation. 
They are members of both NAMA and NAFB, AAEA and LPC.