Coworking Office Space with a Professional Touch.

The days of the corner office are gone.
Connection. Community. Collaboration.
These are the things that move us in life.

The Gallery on Fourth, a Class A office, is located in the Art District within walking distance of downtown Bentonville.

Every desk has an incredible view and is perfect for those seeking a permanent space near downtown or as an extension of your current office.

Websites by Aubrey

Aubrey Wood

Aubrey is native to the Northwest Arkansas area. She enjoys building websites for clients who are passionate about their work. Her goal is to help them connect with their audience through carefully crafted custom websites. She also is part of Blue Zoo’s Pride.

When Aubrey isn’t developing websites, you might find her playing classical guitar on the Bentonville square, camping in the wilderness with her husband, or playing with her puppy.



Total Document Solutions

Rusty Sturgeon

Rusty Sturgeon is an Account Manager with Total Document Solutions Xerox (TDS). He has served in this role since June of this year and is dedicated to serving the Benton County community. Before coming to TDS, he worked with Culligan of Northwest Arkansas in route delivery, service and sales.

He is recently married to Erica, his favorite person to laugh with. Rusty enjoys working intentionally with people, learning about them personally and professionally in order to add value to their lives.



Malone Consultants Group

Alison Nail-Malone

Alison Malone, Executive Coach & Consultant, is a national expert in C-level and Executive business success coaching. She has three degrees, two professional certifications where she has worked in 48 states with a myriad of Fortune 500 companies ranging from transportation, staffing, professional and university athletics and advertising. She has published over four articles and a forthcoming book demonstrating why you can’t afford to pass up the opportunity to work with her if her schedule permits.

On a personal level, Alison is the champion of two life-threatening challenges and knows firsthand the art of courageously facing seemingly insurmountable odds. Professionally, she is responsible for successfully guiding corporate relations and business partnerships resulting in profits of tens of millions of US dollars. She is a teacher, a noted public speaker and expert communicator for community, political and civil rights events.


Phone:(501) 291-0481

Blue Zoo Creative

Eric Huber

Eric, Co-Founder/Chief Creative Officer, has been in the graphic design and marketing business for thirty years. Over that time, he has worked as a Creative Director for small agencies, the Eureka Springs A&P, and Tyson Foods, Inc. in the Corporate Communications Department. He’s also been involved in or was in charge of various non-profits, professional groups, and festivals such as The New Design School, Northwest Arkansas Art Directors Club, Fayetteville Film Festival, Eureka Springs Digital Film Festival, and WordCamp Fayetteville.

Blue Zoo Creative, now in it’s tenth year of operation, is a branding agency that focuses on telling stories to connect with their client’s customers.  “When we find people who are passionate about what they do, they light up. That’s the story I want them to share with their own customers. It’s real. It’s honest. And people can connect with that authenticity.”

Eric lives with his wife, Christi Daniels in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He spends his time playing with grandkids, writing, and learning how to help businesses grow.


Phone::(479) 790-7388

Moxy Ox

Brooke Hanna

Brooke Hanna is the business developer for Moxy Ox and has been working there since she graduated from the UofA with a degree in marketing and a minor in management. Brooke loves helping customers elevate their brand through consistent, high quality print products.

Brooke was born and raised in Northwest Arkansas and is passionate about being involved with elevating what our great community has to offer.


Phone:(479) 419-5879


Julie Horner

Julie has more than 30 years of experience in marketing to consumers and employees. Earlier in her career, Julie was a partner in a design/marketing firm in Atlanta, building strategic communications for global brands such as Coca-Cola USA, IBM Corporation and Miller Brewing. She worked at Hewitt Associates/Atlanta for 12 years, focusing on helping client successfully communicate to their employees. Julie also managed large-scale corporate initiatives for The Home Depot and Bell Atlantic. As Senior Director of Global Associate Communication at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Julie oversaw health, wellness and financial communications to 1.2 million U.S. and Puerto Rico employees, driving behavior and business change using creative solutions.

In her spare time, Julie enjoys expanding her significant collection of museum-quality paint-by-number paintings from the 1950’s and liberating dogs from perilous home situations.


Phone: :(479) 802-6200


Carson Roncketto

Carson, Chief Operating Officer, carries on the core belief at CREATIVE in using branded merchandise to create an experience and a connection. The important part of a “promotional product” isn’t the product but what you’re promoting. It’s about action, purpose, and implies that a “product” should do more than just be.

Carson brings ten years of management, leadership development, and operational excellence to the Creative team, demonstrating exceptional results. She is passionate about helping people and organizations increase performance while advancing organizational development and effectiveness. She lives in Fayetteville, AR, loves yoga, and dessert.


Phone::(501) 681-0169

Specialized Real Estate Group

Maggie Owens

Maggie brings her broad experience in property management, marketing, and development to her role as project manager, orchestrating our newest multifamily development in Bentonville, Arkansas. Maggie is an Arkansas native and graduate of Utah Valley University.


Phone: :(501) 617-1531

Shoeless Design

Wes Pendergrass

Wes Pendergrass is an independent contractor that specializes in the physical staging of people, things, spaces, and events.  Pendergrass is known for his work in the pageantry arts as a visual designer/stager for Marching Band, Winter Guard, Winter Drumline, Winter Winds, Cheerleading, and Dance teams. Currently, his projects span 3 countries, 12 states, and 13 years of experience.  Until becoming full-time in the pageantry arts in 2013, Wes was a Senior Executive in Experiential Marketing for IPG on the Husqvarna, Chrysler, and Coca-Cola accounts, and before that he was an orchestral tubist in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico—experiences that he applies in his current role to try and change the direction of his professional field.

Although specializing in pageantry arts, he takes on all projects that involve the physical staging of people, including shareholders meetings and opening ceremonies. Pendergrass is originally from Mountain Home, Arkansas and loves crafting, flip-flops, and his hairless pets.

CSM Consulting

Chelsea Miller