The shoot began over the weekend, and is scheduled to wrap today.
More details are available at BoiseDev.
We’ve heard of a few new hires and additions recently. Here are some we’ve come across:
Jodi joins DaviesMoore after a 20+ year career in radio that included on-air, engineering and production roles. Most recently, he was Director of Production Awesomeness at Town Square Media.
Kristin Fitzpatrick, Digital Account Coordinator, DaviesMoore
Another recent DaviesMoore addition, Kristin received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Humboldt State University, and was previously with Conservation Voters For Idaho (CVI) as a Membership, Events, and Communication Coordinator.
As Engagement Specialist, Tyler interacts within the digital realm and creative spaces at Drake Cooper. He was previously a Communications intern in the United States Senate for Senator Mike Crapo, and graduated from Boise State University with a BA in Communications-Public Relations.
Nichole was recently appointed digital sales manager with KTVB News Group. She was previously senior digital account executive and KTFT digital sales manager. Nichole is a graduate of Gonzaga University with a master’s in communication and leadership.
Who else have we missed?
Another Rockie Awards show is in the books.
There was food. And drinks. And revelry.
Oh, and awards were handed out, of course. Our friend and occasional contributor Don Day live tweeted some of them:
Drake Cooper took home Best of Show for their Don’t Fail Idaho work on behalf of the J.A. & Kathryn Albertson Foundation.
Art Gregory was recognized with the Silver Medal Award.
Although he was on vacation in Tanzania when it happened, a collective toast was raised to Bill Drake for his lifetime of work in this crazy business we call advertising, and he received a lifetime membership to the Boise Advertising Federation.
All in all, it was a solid show at an outstanding venue. A hearty ‘well done’ to everyone who helped put on the show.
And the show got started with this fantastic piece of work from John Eames and the folks at North by Northwest:
And today we’re happy to announce that Don has now become a contributor to the Idaho Ad Agencies site. Look for posts from him, and his unique perspective on the media, advertising and marketing from time to time.
Welcome aboard Don.
For their September event, Capital City Communicators is presenting: Has social media changed the media pitch? Tips and tricks to get your story told.
The following panelists are scheduled as part of the event:
The event will be held in the Boiler Room at Bardenay in downtown Boise from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Cost is $18 for members and $23 for non-members.
RSVPs and questions about the event should be directed to Michelle Hicks.