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Reaching out

Williamson’s role extends from fundraising through student recruiting to alumni relations. While active in print, TV, radio and other forms, social media has become the school’s main media marketing platform. “It’s been really good at connecting with alumni and former students, but it’s also been really good at contacting potential students, letting them know about

Best Commercial Printer

As technology advances, Heritage strives to stay on the cutting edge, and has diversified from a printing firm to what president David DeLana has grown to a multifaceted resource to meet a client’s every need. The company can provide a one-stop shop for clients looking for printing, promotional products, website hosting, mailing, marketing and other

Expert Q&A: Advertising

In lean times, is it wise to cut advertising spending? RH: No. Times of economic downturn create opportunities to exceed customer expectations while maximizing your advertising dollars. Many companies will make the decision to cut advertising spending. Less advertising noise in the marketplace can mean greater visibility for companies. Costs for ad space are reliant

VI Marketing and Branding names social media director, digital media specialists and cinematographer/editor

Casey Cornett (pictured) will serve as Social Media Director, Chad Keffer is on board as Digital Media Specialists and Matt Lowery joins as Cinematographer/Editor. Cornett will establish and orchestrate social media initiatives for VI clients. With a background in public relations and years of experience leading businesses in social media communications, Cornett was voted runner-up

Not his hobby

As the owner of Brookwood, a shopping center at S.W. 89th Street and S. Western Avenue, he lost his largest tenant at the end of 2010. Hobby Lobby had informed Preftakes it was opening nearby stores along Interstate 235 and in Moore, but closing the one at Brookwood. The move came as no surprise. Nevertheless,

Signs of the times

Now the sales manager at Superior Signs, and president of the Oklahoma Sign Association, one of Gleason’s missions is to preserve the kinds of signs his father used to turn out. “We’re going to help owners find funding to restore old historic landmark signs,” he says. “That way we can preserve them so they don’t

PR firm donates to two nonprofits

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and Tulsa-based Community Action Project each received a $50,000 pro-bono service grant for communications work for 2011-2012 from Saxum’s “Step Up” program, according to written statement.     Saxum members are teaming up with the food bank to increase awareness of its mission within the state. “The Regional Food Bank

CD Warehouse rebrands as Movie Exchange

The store has 2,385 square feet. Similar to the CD Warehouse concept, the store buys and sells DVDs, CDs and video games. It is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sundays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursdays, and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.