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I was born in Culver City, California in September of 1996. I knew early on that I was destined for a career that involved creativity and inter-acting with people. I started my career developing, promoting, creating, and launching brand specific product marketing. I am able to teach and mentor a creative staff while developing cutting edge campaigns. I have learned to multi-task, collaborate with staff and management in a corporate setting and implement those work ethics in an agency environment. I relished in an atmosphere that allowed creative freedom and the opportunities developing award winning and successful concepts for Fortune 500 Companies across multiple industries, landscapes and medias. Going on 18 years in this industry I look forward to pushing the envelope of design and development producing campaigns to launch new start-up companies or brand existing companies to separate them from competition. Regardless the task, my imagination awaits.


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The youngest rider to ever win an AMA super cross lites race and AMA motor cross lites championship. He broke the record for most super cross lites wins in a season. Most consecutive motocross lites wins. Earned the AMA rookie of the year award in 2002.

A two time ama super cross lites champion and 2 time motocross lites champion.

James “Bubba” Stewart Reproduction or use of any part of this Issue without the written consent of the publisher is prohibited. All manuscripts, drawings or photographs sent to Bike Business will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes and are subject to the magazine’s right to edit and comment editorially. Bike Business assumes no responsibility for the advertisers made herin or the quality and availability of the products advertised herein. Bike Business assumes no responsibility to determine whether the people whose photographs or statements appear in such advertisements have, in fact, endorsed such products or consented to the use of their names or photographs, or the statements attributed to them. The publisher is exempt from the record-keeping requirements and disclosure statements mandated by 18 U.S. Code Section 2257 A-C and the pertinent regulations, 28 C.F.R. Ch.1, Part 75, since all of such materials falls withinthe exempted material set forth in Section 75(a) (1-3) of the regualtions.

Most career AMA super cross lites and motocross lites pro wins. He won the Amp'd Mobile AMA Supercross Championship by two points in May of 2006 Helped Team USA win the 2006 Motocross of Nations in Las Vegas Dominated the track in Las Vegas for the U.S. Open, where he finished 1-1 for the overall title.

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BB - Who has played a major role in your life? TC - My parents because they were good providers, worked hard and set standards. They taught me right from wrong and self-respect.

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BB - How do you feel about the future of America's youth? TC - They need to step up to the plate and stop playing video games, be responsible for their actions and set goals for themselves. BB - What are you future goals? TC - I want to retire for good at the age of 55 with two pensions. BB - What made you pick back up riding? TC - Because everyone is getting back into riding no matter their age, sex or economic Class. BB - What regrets do you have about your life? TC - Life has been great, no regrets.

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District istrict Attor Attorne Attorney ney ney T Tony Rackauckas

Tony Rackauckas is grateful for the priv privilege to have spent his life serving the public. Called “a tough, no-nonsense DA” by national television talk show pashosts, colleagues, and citizens, his pas sion and motivation for his job stem philanfrom the patriotism and philan thropy he learned as a child growing up in a military famfam ily in East Los Angeles.

Tony was the second born of six children (three sisters and two brothers) to Maria SoSo corro Limón and AnAn thony Joseph Rackauckas. On his mother’s side, Tony is the second generation born and raised in the United States. His maternal grandparents, Alejandro and Carolina Limón, immigrated to the United States from Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico around 1921 and setset tled in Arizona to look for a new life and start a family.

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DNA technology is the best thing to happen to law enforcement since the two-way radio. - District Attorney Tony Rackauckas

CURBING GANG VIOLENCE

The OCDA has helped investigate and solve hundreds of Orange County cold cases dating back as far as 1960. The OCDA played a key role in authoring, passing and implementing Proposition 69, which requires all people arrested for felonies to submit their DNA profile to a national database. This law has resulted in a substantial number of DNA cold hits and has greatly aided in solving violent crimes, including murders and rapes. The OCDA maximizes the use of DNA technology by improving crime scene investigation techniques, offender DNA sample tracking, and automated high through-put DNA analysis procedures. This has led to an unprecedented number of cold cases being solved to bring closure to grieving families, taking sexually violent predators (SVP) off the streets to prevent them from harming more victims, and protecting our property from recidivist thieves. The OCDA local DNA database has resulted in a significant increase in deterrence.

Criminal street gangs deny citizens of their basic right to live in their communities free from the fear of gang intimidation and violence. Over the last 12 years, gang crime has decreased dramatically in Orange County. Gang membership has decreased by approximately 6,500 individuals, a reduction of 33 percent. There are approximately 95 fewer gangs, a decrease of 24 percent. The OCDA has sued eight violent street gangs to prohibit them from terrorizing neighborhoods. Curbing gang violence will remain the number one goal of the OCDA.

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Bill Feccia

Mary Anne McCauley

Jim Tanizaki

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The Bureau prepares and serves search warrants, collects additional evidence for prosecution, and arrests suspects. The Bureau develops additional witnesses, locates uncooperative or reluctant witnesses, and conducts interviews of witnesses and victims. During trial, Bureau Investigators ensure the safety of victims and witnesses and engage in trial strategy with their deputy district attorney partner.

tions. The Unit conducts an average of 14 custodial deaths, 16 officer-involved shootings, and 60 special assignments investigations each year. These complex and time-consuming investigations include conducting numerous interviews, completing detail reports, analyzing evidence, coordinating with involved agencies, and submitting all reports and materials for legal review. Since 2009, the OCDA Bureau has expanded its responsibilities to several new areas of law enforcement with the development of a Real Estate Fraud Unit, In-Home Supportive Services Unit, and GRIP.

The Bureau’s Special Assignments Unit responds to and investigates officer-involved shootings, custodial deaths, officer criminal misconduct allegations, and sensitive, complex investiga-

Susan Kang Schroeder

Jeff McLaughlin

Lisa Bohan-Johnston

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Director of Administrative Services

Farrah Emami District Attorney Spokesperson

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The Orange County District Attorney’s (OCDA) Task Force Review aimed at catching Killers, Rapists, and Sexual offenders (TracKRS) maintains and provides an information system for Orange County law enforcement to remotely access a secure Internet site of solved and unsolved homicide and sexual assault cases.

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The Orange County District Attorney is committed to remembering those whose lives were forcibly taken and bringing the offenders to justice.

The TracKRS Review Committee identifies problems and sets investigative priorities. The Committee consists of police investigators, crime analysts, criminalists, forensic technicians, fingerprint experts, deputy district attorneys, District Attorney Investigators and other experts. Since its inception in 1997, TracKRS Investigators have reviewed Orange County’s unsolved murders dating back to 1960. This case review and analysis helps agencies identify the cases with evidence that would likely benefit from advances in forensic technology.

Katherine Aceves

Nick Adenhart

Cecil Atkins

Jill Barcomb

Michael Blankenhorm

Rafael Brito

Tri Van Bui

Catherine Busse

Rebekah Butterfield

Nicolas Casas

Emilia Casas

Teresa Cervantes

Stephen Clark

Jennifer Cu

Donna Dutton

Fernando Equihua

Fernando Flores

Mackenzie Frazee

Michael Garry

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Ceceline Godsoe

Jorge Gonzalez

Madison Greenlee

Robert Haugen

Jackie Hawks

Thomas Hawks

Jack Jessee

Miguel Jimenez

Nooshin Khaneh

Charlotte Lamb

Phong Le

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Gonzalo Mendoza

Scott Miller

Jeff Mistriel

TracKRS database: Homicide Cases: 2,507

(1,164 unsolved) Sexual Assault Cases: 8,838 (2,741 unsolved)

SciLas database:

TracKRS created and implemented the Cold Hits database to enable Orange County law enforcement to share DNA leads and ensure follow-up investigations within a secure computer system. The OCDA monitors the DNA cold hits to preserve the integrity of the prosecution and to protect the innocent. Of 2,844 DNA cold hits realized in Orange County to date, approximately 408 remain active investigations.

DNA Samples collected (State): 106,039

DNA COLLECTION TracKRS created the Sample collection index, Location, Activity, and Status (SciLas) database to track the collection of DNA samples by Orange County law enforcement and maintain quality control of all samples collected prior to submission to the State laboratory.

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ADVANCING DNA TECHNOLOGY TO FIGHT SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATORS AND SOLVE COLD CASES The OCDA has taken a leadership role by employing the latest DNA technology to solve both violent and property crime by creating and maintaining a unique local offender database.

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The Orange County District Attorney (OCDA) prosecutes more than 70,000 cases a year with a felony conviction rate over 90 percent. Each year, the OCDA fulfills its commitment to fiscal responsibility by spending under budget while accomplishing its goals of maintaining public safety.

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Homicide, TracRKS, Sexual Assault, RCFL, Major Fraud, Real Estate Fraud, Environmental/ Consumer Protection Public Assistance, Fraud, IHSS, Auto Insurance Fraud, Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud, UATF, OCATT

Tony’s father Anthony spent 20 years in the U.S. Navy, rising to the rank of Chief. When Tony was 19 years old, he was inspired by his fafa ther to serve the public and enlisted in the U.S. Army as a paratrooper in the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and served on active duty from 1962 to 1964. He remained in the U.S. Army Reserve for four more years before receiving an honorable discharge.

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Adminstrative & Operational Support, Adminstrative Services/PSU, Backgrounds, Training, Special Assignments, Felony Projects, DNA Felony Panel, Gangs, TARGET, Family Protection, Injunctions, Branch Court Services, Juvenile, NET, Tech Services, Graphics

In the late 1930s, Maria met Anthony, a naval officer, whose family immigrated from Lithuania. They married in March 1940. Tony was born three years later on March 18, 1943, and mainly spoke Spanish for the first three years of his life.

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Biennial Report

TracKRS Investigators work closely with local law enforcement agencies to review their old, unsolved homicides. TracKRS cold case Investigators review large volumes of reports, tape recordings and associated documents to identify evidence that may be analyzed using advanced forensic technology. Many new cases are being solved using DNA technology that was not available until the late 1990s.

Blas Gutierrez

Parvene Ghararyankorde

Beginning in January 2009, adults arrested for any felony offense were required to provide a buccal swab DNA sample and thumb and palm print impressions for California’s DNA Data Bank Program. TracKRS provided DNA collection and SciLas database training to patrol officers, investigators,clerical staff, and dispatchers from federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies throughout Orange County.

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Client | The Manor Complex Industry | Dining

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Client | MSR Industry | Apparel

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branding


To succeed in branding you must understand the needs and wants of your customers and prospects. You do this by integrating your brand strategies through your company at every point of public contact. Your brand resides within the hearts and minds of customers, clients, and prospects. It is the sum total of their experiences and perceptions, some of which you can influence, and some that you cannot. A strong brand is invaluable as the battle for customers intensifies day by day. It’s important to spend time investing in researching, defining, and building your brand. After all your brand is the source of a promise to your consumer. It’s a foundational piece in your marketing communication and one you do not want to be without.


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Client | CatCon Group Industry | Construction

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Client | Global Graphics Industry | Creative

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Client | Sinon Industry | Environmental

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Client | Henry Organics Industry | Food

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If the circus is coming to town and you paint a sign saying, “Circus is coming to Fairgrounds Sunday,” that’s Advertising. If you put the sign on the back of an elephant and walk him through town, that’s a Promotion. If the elephant walks through the Mayor’s flower bed, that’s Publicity. If you can get the Mayor to laugh about it, that’s Public Relations. And, if you planned the whole thing, that’s Marketing!


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Client | PLAYBOY ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL INC. Industry | Beverage

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Client | 2HA Winery Industry | Beverage

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Client | MaxFactor Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Hawaiian Tropic Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Pantene Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Covergirl Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Wella Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Chanel Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | GHD Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Bepanthol Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Gucci Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | AXE Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | After Dark Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Listerine Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | Milkaboom Industry | Beverage

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Client | Miller Brewing Co. Industry | Beverage

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Client | Los Angeles Pregnancy Services Industry | Healthcare

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Client | MMM Ticket Industry | Ticket Agency

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Client | McDonalds Industry | Food

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Client | Volkswagen Industry | Automotive

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Client | Via Collatina Industry | Apparel

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Client | RIG Industry | Apparel

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Client | Motorola Industry | Electronics

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Client | Motorola Industry | Electronics

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key art


Key art is the main image of a campaign that conveys the story and gets you to want to see the film in 3 seconds or less. Usually, there are several final images of key art used for a campaign, depending on the size of the film and marketing budget. Key art is used for many things – ads, billboards, guerilla postings, dvd covers, displays – you name it. Once final key art is created and approved, that artwork is then passed along from agency to agency so that they can fulfill their project obligations for the studio (e.g., newspaper ads, trade ads, outdoor, other key art, marketing collateral, etc.).


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Client | Lava Entertainment Industry | Entertainment

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Client | Coral Entertainment Industry | Entertainment

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Client | UCLA Film School Industry | Entertainment

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Client | Lionsgate Entertainment Industry | Entertainment

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Client | Vista Entertainment Industry | Entertainment

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Client | Bravo Network Industry | Entertainment

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Client | Warner Bros. Industry | Entertainment

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Client | CBS Studios Industry | Entertainment

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Building a strong brand is important not only for big corporations, but also for small companies and even personal websites and blogs. Branding helps people differentiate between competition and quickly judge quality. The web is an excellent platform to build your brand, so it’s important not to ignore branding when working on your website. Make sure to utilize all the various techniques to make it powerful and effective.


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Client | Transit Insurance Services Industry | Insurance

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Client | Latin Rose Magazine Industry | Community Living

www.latinrosemag.com


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Client | NAHREP Industry | Real Estate

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Client | Lara’s Jewelry Industry | Jewelry

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Client | Rescue Beauty Lounge Industry | Beauty

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Client | Chanel Industry | Beauty

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Client | Total Beauty Industry | Beauty

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Client | Borghese Industry | Beauty

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Client | Bracken Insurance Industry | Insurance

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Client | City of Torrance Industry | Government

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Client | Giordano’s Pizza Industry | Food

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Client | Kiddikicks Industry | Sports

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Identity


The corporate identity is your business’ face in the market. The corporate identity creates an impression of the company without a single descriptive term. It is what comes to mind for a customer when they hear the name of your company. The creation of such an identity is important business and not to be handled lightly. A great corporate identity can boost a business from the ground to the stratosphere. LOGOS A great logo serves as the foundation of your corporate identity. It is the image that represents your company without necessarily displaying the name or product. A quality logo gives the customer the feeling that the business is reliable and worthy of their patronage. The logo is found on every conceivable material used inside the business office and for outgoing mails and advertisements. It is also found on company websites and promotional materials.


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OUTDOOR


Outdoor advertising is an appealing option due to its ability to target geographically and its extremely low cost per person reached. How many billboards do you drive past each day without seeing them? The key is to smack you in the face with the message. How much can you get in 3 seconds going 70 MPH, this is my job to make sure you remember it.


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Client | Nissan Industry | Industrial

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Client | Tampa Bay Buccaneers Industry | Sports

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Client | Western Direct Industry | Insurance

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Client | Perth Zoo Industry | Attraction

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Client | Ranfurly Industry | Beverage

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Client | Chevrolet Industry | Automotive

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Identifying the most effective graphic elements for your exhibit that portray your key messages and fulfill your brand communications is vital. Effectively use exhibit accessories, lighting, trade show flooring, booth furniture, fixtures, and audio-visual effects to support sales needs. Just like selecting the right tie to go with a handsome, well-made business suit, choosing the right booth accessories adds polish and impact to all types of exhibits from pop up displays to custom-built systems to tabletop displays. Image is Everything!


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Client | Water Technology, Inc. Industry | Environmental

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Client | Solar Distibutors, Inc. Industry | Environmental

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Client | Showa Industry | Apparel

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Client | Polycoat Products Industry | Industrial Coatings

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Packaging design has the primary goal to attract customers’ attention. For this purpose, package designs can not simply inform the customers, but also provoke feelings and communicate emotions. An effective packaging looks attractive, impresses with its creativity and is just nice to have on the shelf.


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Client | Polycoat Products Industry | Industrial Coatings

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Client | Quick Industry | Food

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Client | Elixir Industry | Food

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Client | Showa Industry | Apparel

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Client | Liquid Spanish Fly Industry | Beverage

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Client | Vintners Industry | Beverage

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Client | Metro Solutions Industry | Electronics

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Client | Metro Solutions Industry |Electronics

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Client | Showa Industry | Apparel

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Client | Puma Industry | Beauty

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Client | Beauty Color Industry | Beauty

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Client | Soto Skincare Industry | Beauty

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Client | Moya Industry | Beauty

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Client | Lavernia & Cienfuegos Industry | Beauty

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Client | The White Company Industry | Beauty

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Client | Pangea Organics Industry | Beauty

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Client | Tay Clean Industry | Beauty

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Client | Gazelli Industry | Health & Beauty

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Client | NCKU (National Cheng Kung University) Industry | Beauty

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Client | Polar Foods Industry | Food

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Client | Core 12 Industry | Food

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Client | Seven Foods Industry | Food

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Client | Cedea Industry | Food

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Client | Nabisco Industry | Food

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Client | High Liner Industry | Food

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Client | Feel Good Drinks Co. Industry | Beverage

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Client | Zipp Industry | Beverage

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Marketing


Marketing comes in a wide variety of flavors based on audience, media platform and business in today’s evolving and dynamic marketplace. Marketing includes research, targeting, communications (advertising and direct mail) and often public relations. Marketing is to sales as plowing is to planting for a farmer—it prepares an audience to receive a direct sales pitch.


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Client | SP Industry | Beverage

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Client | Kraft Industry | Food

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Client | Nestle Industry | Condiment

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Client | Caligiurigroup Industry | Finance

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Client | Frontline Industry | Pets

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Client | Friends of the Earth Industry | Environment

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Client | RT Publications Industry | Publication

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Client | Novartis Industry | Pharmaceutical

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Points of observation. 1) Don’t let your brand or your store get creaky. Keep the logo, the store and the merchandise alive, fresh, exciting and current. 2) Stay on top of the industry. What’s new, who’s successful, how are they getting there? What can you do to compete or better yet, lead. 3) Analyze your stores displays, advertising, web site, in short the message you’re sending to your customers. If it’s less then enticing, change it. If you don’t know how, look for help. Just don’t sit still. Keep an eye and ear on customer trends.


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Client | Elwood速 Industry | Fashion

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Client | Henleys Industry | Fashion

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Client | Mom and Me Industry | Fashion

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Client | Francesca Signori, New York Industry | Fashion

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Client | Adidas Industry | Fashion / Apparel

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Client | Beehives & Buzzcuts Industry | Fashion / Apparel

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Client | Surefoot Industry | Apparel

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MOBILE/ gaming


Whether you are a kid or a kid at heart, gaming is a staple in our social lifestyle. If it’s fun, people will buy.


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