It is chilly outside but business is hot at Peppershock. We are stirring things up with our new account manager Luke Cavener. He spent the last three years as Premiere Retail’s Field Manager. Luke is a University of Nevada Las Vegas graduate, experienced business developer, account manager and media analyst. We are thrilled to have Luke on our team.
Peppershock also welcomes Zach Chastaine as our new intern. Zach is currently a senior at Meridian Tech studying in the media arts pathway. In fall 2008 Zach will attend college at the San Francisco Academy of Art, pursuing a BFA in Motion Pictures & Television.
We are actively seeking the right person to fill our Producer position. If you or someone you know is looking for an awesome opportunity, please let us know!
11th Annual Integrity Counts!
October 10, 2007
-Boise Centre On The Grove
The Better Business Bureau and Key Bank announce the honorees for 2007 Integrity Counts! business honors award.
Peppershock is listed amongst the honorees and winners will be announced at the Celebration on October 10, 2007 http://www.integritycountsonline.org/2007fin.htm
Small Business Survival in a
Big Business World.
Peppershock’s President and CEO is a featured panelist on a discussion hosted by the University of Phoenix and the Idaho Business Review. The event will be held at the University of Phoenix, Idaho Campus, in Meridian, on Thursday, October 11, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Peppershock crew has been working hard
on this year’s Buy Idaho campaign. To see the upcoming PSA’s on YouTube click the links below.
Idaho State Department of Education”Child Nutrition”PSA
Peppershock Media has teamed up with the Idaho State Department of Education to help inform Idaho’s parents and children about the benefits of eating nutritious foods. To view the PSA’s click the links below.
::Marketing Gem of the Month::
Small marketers find huge opportunity in on-line video
Online video is very attractive to small businesses, if they are talented in creating unique video content. According to research company eMarketer, online video advertising spending will rise from $775 million this year to $2.9 billion in 2010. According to Steve Safran, senior VP, AR&D “you don’t need to be a big information content producer anymore to get your information out there.” Online video is a wonderful place for the small business to shine.