Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

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“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

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What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…

Author Archives: Michelle Spinnler, Sr. Account Executive

Left vs. Right Brain: Creating Highly Effective & Creative Work

Yellow_4-10_Blog059

“You must be so creative!” It’s a phrase I hear all the time from my clients. It happens more in the early “ideas” stages of a PR/Marketing relationship or the first time a client comes to the office and experiences our awesome “creative” space. It’s also a phrase I heard a lot growing up from…

Super Bowl Advertising: Red Zone to End Zone

CUSTOMERBOWL043

What’s everyone at your office talking about this morning? That huge come from behind win by the Patriots? Mr. Clean’s new dance moves? Or whether the Snickers live commercial was an intentional disaster? The Super Bowl is one of the biggest annual events in American culture. Regardless, whether you love, hate or feel nothing towards…

Simple Planning Value-Adds for a Great Year

michelle077

It’s a new year! Hooray! Out with the old and in with the new. A chance to redefine your marcom strategy and brand messaging and bring some new ideas to the table to drive better business throughout the year. The first few months of the year are some of my favorite. It’s the time of…

Planning for Disaster. Or, When the Hurricane Hits

michelle-disaster-planning

On Friday, as Hurricane Matthew was barreling into the South East coast, one of my clients mentioned they would be exhibiting at a conference in Florida in a little over a week and wanted to drum up some media interviews and foot traffic for their booth. Of course the first question I wanted to answer…