New hire at Stoltz Marketing Group

It’s been a few weeks since I first saw this, but hey — life’s weird these days, you know.

Stoltz Marketing Group recently added Nicole Coleman to their team as a Digital Marketing Manager, according to a recent post on Instagram and elsewhere.

Nicole was previously a Campaign Strategy Manager at Bodybuilding.com, and a Project Manager at Drake Cooper before that. She’s also been a freelance graphic designer, and graduated from Boise State University with a B.A. in Graphic Design.

AIGA Portfolio Review

Spotted recently on AIGA Idaho’s Facebook page:

AIGA Portfolio Review is coming!
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March 7th, 10am – 2pm at the Boise State University Interactive Learning Center, Room 207.
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Senior Design majors can come get your portfolio critiques by industry professionals in the Treasure Valley. If you are a professional and interested in helping critique portfolios, DM us and we will get you on the list.

What are you doing on Saturday?

Yes, you.

AIGA Idaho is looking for help.

They need advertising and design professionals to help review and critique student work at Boise State University this Saturday, March 7th between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The event will be held in Room 207 of the Interactive Learning Center – 2120 W University Dr, and volunteers can sign up online now.

This is a great chance to spend a few hours with some talented students (not to mention potential future employees or coworkers), and lend a helping hand to those on their way up.

Mitchell+Palmer picks up ISU

As first reported by theĀ Idaho State Journal, Idaho State University has selected Mitchell+Palmer for its first comprehensive, statewide marketing and advertising campaign.

According to the article, the school entered into an eight-month, $975,000 contract with Mitchell+Palmer last month, with the majority of that budget allocated to media placement.

The article also mentions that Mitchell+Palmer previously worked on projects for Boise State University for more than a decade, but given the size and scope of this new relationship with ISU, it seems safe to presume that Boise State has been relegated to the “former clients” category.