43 years old
I'm one of the newest members of the Sacramento Press team. Hired as a Sales Manager for our online advertising ventures, I pride myself on being a "Jack-of-all-trades" and a master of "some." My corporate background is vast, yet the last 10 years of my career have been in sales and recruitment. I am originally from the Bay Area and came to Sacramento in 1986 to attend Sac State. Go Hornets!!! In 2004, I went to grad school got an MBA with a focus in e-Business. I highly recommend the grad school thing. The school loan debt is TERRIFIC!!! Hope to mingle and meet with a lot of you in the coming months.
Do you have a business? As the sales manager of The Sacramento Press, I have been meeting with a lot of small business owners in the area who I would have never heard of if it weren’t for a few good leads. And, it’s pretty likely that a lot of other Sacramentans haven’t heard about these quaint little businesses either. We are talking about businesses that could offer up some great goods and services to you and those you know. With the economy in a downward spiral, it’s becoming more and more difficult for these businesses to brand themselves and market their offerings. As a result, they aren’t in a position to buy internet advertising like they used to. So when faced with these opposit
The past few weeks of growth at The Sacramento Press has been quite exciting to witness. With more readers, more contributors, and more content, we are sure to see some major success with our site for our community. As the Sales Manager of Sac Press, I am now finding myself moving ahead “full-steam” with our plans to gain great advertising from our local, Southside Park and downtown businesses. My mission is simple. I will seek local and national businesses who are most reflective of, and beneficial to, the needs and views of our readers and contributors. Most of our advertisers will have already brought their businesses from what we like to call “brick-to-click,” by having robust,
Am I the only one? Okay. So I know what I am about to write may not have anything to do with Southside Park, or downtown. I don’t have a story about flooding on 9th and J Street, nor can I write about an old abandoned building that is scheduled for demolition in a few days time. I can, however, right about something that is truly going to affect everyone in this town and towns all across this nation. On Tuesday, November 4, 2008, millions of people will exercise the “hard-fought-for” right to vote for the President of the United States. I can’t control the excitement I feel inside. I have voted for a president four times in my life and only one of my guys won (two consecutive terms). Thi