Account Executive: Alyssa Sturm
Last year, the Greater Lansing Food Bank distributed 8 million pounds of food to the Greater Lansing area. With the Lansing area still trying recover from the effects of the economy, it is our goal to communicate to the community that efforts to end hunger are needed 365 days a year.As a very fortunate college student, it is easy to forget that many people go to bed hungry and don’t know when their next meal will come. My account associates and I are very passionate about helping those in need, so we are focusing our efforts on raising awareness among college students to do their part to help feed Lansing.
This week, we came up with fantastic ideas to fundraise money and bring awareness to campus. We are in the process of planning bar crawls, canned good drives and competitions, volunteer opportunities, and much more! Head over to the Greater Lansing Food Bank’s Facebook and Twitter pages to stay in-the-know about the awesome ways the food bank is helping end hunger. Help us give back to the community that gives so much to us!
Account Executive: Danielle O’Brien
Jeanologie Boutique has returned back to Hubbell for their second semester! The owner of Jeanologie, Michelle Gross, is an MSU alumnus who is focuses on supporting local women entrepreneurs in the greater Lansing area. Michelle has recently added new additions to her store such as handmade jewelry, crocheted “game day” headbands as well as around the neck, beaded sunglass holders. Our Jeanologie team is in the process of planning several events to pass out coupons and gain exposure for the store! Jeanologie has a great variety of clothes and accessories to help you look fabulous for a night on the town, birthday party, wedding or that special date! Go and like their facebook page to stay up-to-date on all the latest styles and trends.
Account Executive: Erica Tackett
This past summer I worked at 89X, a radio station in metro Detroit. Working within radio was a great experience, so when I came to Hubbell in the fall and Claire offered Impact to me as a client, I was ecstatic. Working within a radio station places you in a unique position. You have an audience who follows you for the music you play, the DJ personalities, the events you cover; your audience follows you because of the brand you have made for your station. It becomes challenging when you begin to branch out to extended audiences, the want to expand and the want to maintain your listeners can sometimes clash. This is unique to radio, and something I think everyone should experience. I am very excited to work with Impact this semester. I hope to pass my love for radio on to my associates, and help them gain experience that will be valuable in the future. Radio is a media outlet that will always be around; even if you don’t work for radio, understanding the inner workings of a station can help you with communicating between them and your client.
Account Executive: Casandra Spahr
CENTURY 21 Collins is a family-owned and operated real estate office that has two locations in Romeo and Warren, Mich. They currently serve all of Macomb County, as well as areas of Oakland County. Our goal with Hubbell Connections is to execute initiatives intending to expand the following for CENTURY 21 Collins and to improve and expand internet content both on social media platforms and their website. Currently we are brainstorming ideas to add relevant and interesting content, everything from current market conditions to DIY tips. Go to their Facebook page, help out an give them a “like” on the CENTURY 21 Collins Facebook page.