Who We Are

KJB Marketing is located in Cincinnati, OH and supports clients nationwide. Our goal is to make a difference locally, globally and individually to every client we serve. Whether you're a large company or a small, growing nonprofit, we are here to help you. We offer multiple services including experiential marketing, nonprofit consulting, event management, and custom promotional products. 

The inspiration for our company philosophy is derived from The Starfish Story, which you can read below.


About Kim Bancsi

Kim has 20 years of experience in marketing with a diverse background in sports, nonprofit and healthcare. She is an expert in college marketing and has nationwide relationships that allow direct access to market to Millenials and the Gen Z population. 

She received her Masters Degree in Nonprofit Management from Florida Atlantic University and her Bachelors Degree from Elon University. 

She prides herself in serving her community, both locally and globally. She has sat on multiple nonprofit Boards and volunteers her time for different causes throughout the year. 

Kim is a Sigma Kappa Alumnae and serves as an Advisor to the Kappa Zeta chapter at Elon University. In her spare time, she loves playing tennis, discovering local restaurants in Cincinnati, and navigating the great local brewery and wine scenes. She is married to her husband, Nick Lumpkin, and they have four fur babies.

Kim Bancsi

Contact Kim Bancsi

Email: kim@kjbmarketing.com

Phone: (866) KJB-MKTG


The Starfish Story

Once upon a time, there was an old man who used to go to the ocean to do his writing. He had a habit of walking on the beach every morning before he began his work. Early one morning, he was walking along the shore after a big storm had passed and found the vast beach littered with starfish as far as the eye could see, stretching in both directions. 

Off in the distance, the old man noticed a small boy approaching.  As the boy walked, he paused every so often and as he grew closer, the man could see that he was occasionally bending down to pick up an object and throw it into the sea.  The boy came closer still and the man called out, “Good morning!  May I ask what it is that you are doing?”

The young boy paused, looked up, and replied “Throwing starfish into the ocean. The tide has washed them up onto the beach and they can’t return to the sea by themselves,” the youth replied. “When the sun gets high, they will die, unless I throw them back into the water.”

The old man replied, “But there must be tens of thousands of starfish on this beach. I’m afraid you won’t really be able to make much of a difference.”

The boy bent down, picked up yet another starfish and threw it as far as he could into the ocean. Then he turned, smiled and said, “It made a difference to that one!”

adapted from The Star Thrower, by Loren Eiseley (1907 – 1977)