ThriveFuel acquires digital agency Accelerator Websites


ThriveFuel, a leading Texas-based marketing company, announced that it has acquired Accelerator Websites, a California company and one of the nation’s leading digital marketing agencies serving accountants, CPAs and other financial professionals in North America.

In the deal, ThriveFuel will add several hundred clients to its portfolio and an impressive, skilled team of marketers and developers to the ThriveFuel family.

Sandra Leyva, Accelerator Websites founder and president, will join ThriveFuel as financial content and services director.

“Now was the perfect time to expand and continue our mission. In order to do that we needed a strong, full-service digital marketing firm. ThriveFuel is that partner and I couldn’t be more pleased. This is a perfect match for our customers and our vision,” said Leyva about the move.

“Sandra has built an amazing company over the past two decades. She identified a true need in the marketplace and, along with her team, has executed flawlessly. We at ThriveFuel are honored and privileged to continue this legacy and look forward to serving the Accelerator Websites community,” said Jason Holmes, founder and CEO of ThriveFuel.

Holmes will continue as the CEO of the combined company.

“We look forward to continuing to serve Accelerator Websites’ clients, providing expanded services and enhanced features. Our suite of cutting-edge digital solutions and our status as a Google Partner agency sets us in the perfect position to serve our combined customer base,” Holmes continued.

About ThriveFuel:

ThriveFuel is a full-service digital advertising agency specializing in targeted digital campaigns, responsive website design and optimization, industry leading search engine strategies and social media plans for a variety of industries. The agency handles all forms of advertising and marketing, including branding, creative design, video production, outdoor, online, TV, radio, and print media planning and buying. Learn more at


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