Robin and her team help Fortune 500 brands and small businesses gain more visibility through positioning, promotions, marketing, event management, strategies and public relations.
Create a deeper relationship with your audience.
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 was reminiscing yesterday with a dear friend who paid an impromptu visit to me. We worked together for almost eight years, and had about an hour to talk about her new career. She’s a new RN in her mid 40’s, and has an extensive background in marketing; (I bought my promotions company from her ten years ago). She was a firecracker (still is), gutsy, and often made cold calls to VP’s of Coca-Cola to pitch an idea for the Olympics (and, she got their attention). We talked about ways to combine her expertise and love of marketing with her new medical background, and came up with ideas to blend her passions. And, we laughed at stories we shared over the years. Great teaching moment – from the late 1990’s: Still employed as a Promotions Manager for a Fortune 500 Media giant, we made a sales call (during my lunch hour) to pitch a program for the Ryder Cup. The prospect was a major law firm in Boston. Dressed the way I would be for my own job, I thought I looked great, never thinking about the consequences of dressing for the client’s corporate culture – a law firm. So, my red jacket with the leopard collar, which was quite stunning, didn’t quite make it. According to feedback it was also one of the reasons why we didn’t get the job. (It was also noted that my colleague needed a haircut). To this day, I smile in my own naiveté […]