Robin and her team help Fortune 500 brands and small businesses gain more visibility through positioning, promotions, marketing, event management, strategies and public relations.
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We specialize in Brand Ambassador Marketing for Fortune 500 companies to help promote products, services, and events. We create increased brand awareness that leaves a positive lasting impression on your ideal clients that results in more leads, and ultimately, increased sales.
When small business owners and entrepreneurs want more visibility they turn to the team at Let’s Make you Shine. Utilizing Public Relations and promotional strategies, our team leverages out 20+ years in sales, marketing and advertising to create a plan that not only gets you noticed, but gets you results.
I’ve been so fortunate to work with clients who are doing innovative things with technology, and making a difference. One such client is www.Gen-Ark.com which offers an up-to-date Digital Family Archiving service and a way to leave an everlasting Family Legacy®. It’s a new digital preservation web service that displays sentimental photographs, video, slides and letters online, for anyone to see, at any time, from any computer for generations to come. It seems hard to believe that with a natural disaster, such as Hurricane Sandy, an entire generation of priceless family treasures and important mementos can be wiped out, without a moment’s notice. Every day, millions of pieces of family history literally disintegrate as old film, slides, paper photographs and documents fail to withstand the test of time. This message comes as a gentle reminder to care for your past and honor your family history; your photographs, tapes, slides and audio. Think about archiving them in some way to preserve the essence and value of your loved ones, your ancestors, and people that played a part in who you are today. In my own home I found boxes of old dusty photos of years gone by, including: One of my Dad who took double exposure pictures of himself in the 30’s. I cherish that photo since he’s passed because it always reminds me of how fun he was, and how much he loved life. And one of my young Mom on a donkey with all of her sisters and relatives […]