We hope you are enjoying the holiday season!
As the year comes to a close we encourage you to start thinking about next years marketing budget. Peppershock Media Productions can assist you in starting the new year right! 1st quarter rates for TV/Radio and other media are available NOW! Contact us today
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Enjoy this month’s newsletter and bits of useful information and we’d love to hear from you!
In support of a visual performing arts venue and educational facility.
The Pix Foundation is hosting a quilt show to benefit the Pix Theatre restoration project. To sponsor this event, enter your quilt or for information regarding vendor booth space please click the link below.
BYP BIG HALLOWEEN EVENT A BIG SUCCESS
This year for Halloween Boise Young Professionals teamed up with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Idaho, to provide a fun and safe Halloween event for Bigs, Littles, and children waiting to be matched with a mentor!
To see more photos from the even click the link below.
Happy 1 Year
Peppershock Media Productions takes part in the Boise Young Professionals one year anniversary celebration. A visual presentation created by Peppershock, was featured during the luncheon. The presentation highlighted BYP over its inaugural year.
Peppershock has been involved with BYP since its inception. Rhea Allen, Peppershock Media Productions President and CEO, is co-chair on the committee for community and civic involvement. Rhea has found being an active member of BYP a very rewarding experience. In a recent article about BYP, Rhea Allen states:
“You get so much more in return when you give back to the community that gives to you.”
-Rhea Allen, Peppershock Media Productions, Idaho Statesman, October 2007.
It is a joy to watch Boise Young Professionals as they continue to enrich the treasure valley. Congratulations BYP.
To see the presentation shown at the anniversary luncheon click the link below.
Nampa has its very own public art commission.
NAMPA — City officials unamimously approved a Nampa Arts Commission to oversee local public art and other artistic projects. City Staff and Rhea Allen of Peppershock addressed the Nampa City Council about the proposal in a public hearing on 7:30 p.m. Monday, November the 5th. Seven commissioners will be appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council.
Don’t miss this once in five year event.
Canyon County Festival of Trees
Come and check out the festival of trees.
Saturday, November 24, 9:30 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 25, 12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.
Monday, November 26, 11:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
::Marketing Gem of the Month::
Keep your message consistent.
Does your marketing message speak in unison? Or, is your marketing message made up of sporadic hit-or-miss post cards and ads that say different things each time? Your answer reveals a great deal about your future success.
One way to ensure that your message is consistent is to do a lot of experimenting and market research. Testing, measurement, and evaluation are key to understanding what you are trying to say and how you should say it.