We have a bright new Public Relations intern starting at VI this week, Paige Pantlik. Get to know Paige a bit via the blog she wrote for us below.
Due to our growing business, we have the great opportunity of hiring the best and brightest talents in the advertising industry. After an exhaustive talent search we narrowed down the candidates; one that we feel will fit in perfect with the atmosphere here at 125 Park Ave.
The awards kicked-off with the premiere of Jabee’s “So Cool" music video (production via Robot House Creative) depicting a fresh and “gritty" Oklahoma City, which featured Jabee hitting the stage for a live performance during the song’s second half. The now-crowded Coca Cola Event Center was amped with energy, and it was…"so cool"
VI Marketing and Branding is headquartered in Oklahoma City but also has two other offices regionally; one in Kansas City and also one in Colorado Springs.
We’ve had a copywriting/production intern that began the same week as I did in Oct. 2011. His name is Mark Hill. What you won’t read in Mark’s bio is his willingness to let me drag him to Thai Kitchen for lunch sometimes.
Our next blog (in a series of “new intern" posts) features Geraldine Lartey. Gearldine will be interning at VI throughout the Spring semester. Welcome aboard!
It’s the beginning of the spring semester for all those out there that still have to buy textbooks. This usually means some are clamoring to try and find an internship to give that extra hands-on experience that textbooks just can’t deliver.
I asked our newest employee (started Monday), Cinematographer/Editor Matt Lowery, do shoot me a short bio for the VI Blog. Below is straight from the man himself.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – In a move to bolster its emphasis on fully integrated marketing services, as well as expand its national footprint, VI Marketing and Branding has acquired Kansas City-based advertising and public relations firm Pearcy Dunning, it was announced today.
My dad used to tell me quite often that if I was going to do something, to do it right. I must admit that the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree and I seem to have adopted this same philosophy- not that it’s always good to have a perfectionist mindset. In fact, there are times when it prevents progress.