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Obtain marketing / management position in music industry.SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Bangyourdrum.net, Philadelphia, PA ??????? June 1998 to Present
Web Site Manager / Editor - Chief editor for rock band promotions company. Responsible for article submission, editing and tour information updates for 38 bands. All site promotional material including photographs, animation and music files are submitted for edits and proof reading prior to release to site.Infinity Outdoor Boards, Wastewater, MD ??????? May 1996 to May 1998
Promotions Liaison - Principal marketing consultant for outdoor billboard promotions company. Inventory of 1,100+ boards extending from Washington DC to Albany, New York. Initiated promotional campaigns for various regional retailers and business concerns. Implemented myriad board rotation strategies to maximize exposure over geographic areas of 5-100 square miles. Extensive use of survey data and demographic analysis for targeted marketing efforts.Braindrain Music, Buffalo, NY ??????? January 1996 to May 1996
Promotions Editor - Wrote various promotions for area concert tours. Introduced company to concept of on line marketing with regional and potentially national focus. Outlined marketing plan for Internet sales campaign in conjunction with area cable television and radio spots.EDUCATION
University of Maryland, Bertam, MD ??????? December 1996
B.S. Liberal Arts, Computer Graphics Minor.
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