Stockton and the great people in it have shaped our values: always take the high road, work with good people, give your family a hug for me, and take pride in what you do.
Are you familiar with the Tasmanian Devil? When he’s in hurricane form and all you see are legs, arms, and body parts flying around? Yeah, that’s Kristen. But underneath her hurricane is a calm project manager sending deadlines, gantt charts, and politely stern emails to vendors and suppliers. And just like Taz in the early 90’s, she’s straight up everywhere. Have you seen the list of non-profits she works with, or the number of contacts she has? In the world of marketing, that’s the type of person you want managing your campaigns – a calm center in the marketing storm.
Erin has been a professional graphic designer for over half her life. If you’re doing the math, that means she’s been getting paid to create billboards, print ads, and logos since she was a wee lass. Erin’s Mom was a graphic designer, her grandmother was a graphic designer, and her lineage tracks back to the prehistoric cave wall painters. The last part may be a stretch, but nevertheless, telling a compelling story through graphic design is in Erin’s blood. This lady takes graphic design personally. One word of caution: if she has her headphones on, just leave her alone cause some amazing graphic design stuff is going down.
Dan’s wife loves football but would rather not watch it with him. He keeps rewinding the darn game. And he’s not rewinding to relive a great touchdown run or an explosive hit. It’s cause he’s “trying to read the defense” and “studying the play design”. He loves the strategy. Dan’s wife rolls her eyes as he says, “see this play, here’s the QB’s read. If the free safety comes up: post to Davis; and if the free safety follows Davis, then dig route to Crabtree. Simple, brilliant, and effective”. His love of strategy bleeds into the business world. His goal is to provide clients with solutions and strategies that are simple, brilliant, and effective.