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President’s Message August 2014

By August 12, 2014May 18th, 2015blog

 

Our annual Pow-wow was a great success. It was nice to get away, connect with nature and spend time with the crew and our extended Peppershock family. We are back, rejuvenated and have a plan to disrupt, connect and inspire in the months to come. I am thankful that we were able to take some time to refocus and I feel our team is unstoppable!

There are lots of events and exciting happenings coming up soon. Make sure to save the date (September 17th) as I will be speaking along with Dale Dixon, President of the Better Business Bureau at our latest Marketing Workshop. Dale is going to discuss the ethics of advertising the right way, and I am going to talk about content marketing.

Here are some other exciting happenings just around the corner:
Peppershock will celebrate its 11th year in business at our annual Shocktoberfest. Wear a costume; enjoy some local food, adult beverages and spooky ambiance, Thursday, October 16th.

A work in progress screening of the Idaho Wine Documentary will be shown on November 8th at the Egyptian theater.

We are busy getting ready for 4th Quarter, make sure to book your advertising now!

We are powered by referrals and always appreciate your kind words to others!

Many thanks,

Rhea Allen    

Rhea

Since Peppershock’s inception, in 2003, Rhea Allen has managed and expanded Peppershock and has gained local notoriety in her persistent passion for causes. She is involved with the communities of Idaho and surrounding areas and has a vast working knowledge of how to generate awareness for a number of brands and causes. She is extremely diligent in obtaining effective media campaign results by planning and crafting relevant and compelling messaging for the target audience. Rhea oversees the development of all Peppershock projects, from project conception through distribution and follow-up. Read more about Rhea Allen.

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