This file photo shows some of the network's members at a holiday party around the time the company was launching. (Photo: Contributed)

Area business MomSource Network has been selected as one of five finalists for Project BrandAid, which provides more than $50,000 in advertising materials to the winner. 

A panel of sponsors narrowed down entries to five worthy contenders, and the public can vote online to pick the top winner. 

MomSource Network is based in Knoxville but has a presence in Chattanooga and is part of Chattanooga-based The JumpFund's portfolio. 

The startup, which just celebrated its third anniversary, is aiming to change the way Americans work and is in "growth mode," according to a news release. 

MomSource, formerly MomForce, specializes in flexible full-time, part-time, telecommuting and job-share opportunities. MomSource Network advocates for all educated professionals, including men, millennials and retirees who prioritize flexibility when choosing an employer.

"The growing pains that exist in growing MomSource Network include moving from a local/regional brand to a national brand, marketing materials, digital/inbound media needs, as well as an overall marketing strategy and marketing/branding strategic plan moving forward," leaders said in a news release.

If selected, the company would use the $50,000 in advertising materials to develop strong branding essentials needed at a growing startup, according to a news release.

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