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Bull Moose Progressive Marketing adds two
Megan McDonnell and Camila Gomez have joined the Marketing Accounts Management team at Meadville-based Bull Moose Progressive Marketing. “As we’ve expanded into larger regional and national markets, it’s critical for us to invest in A-level talent with the experience and skills that allow us to provide services at that scale,” said Ron Mattocks, vice president of Client Strategy and co-owner of Bull Moose Marketing.
Bull Moose Progressive Marketing: Giving You the Business
Manufacturing is a key part of the Crawford County economy. So is tourism and the jobs it provides. The owners of Bull Moose Progressive Marketing said they have focused on those sectors since founding the firm in 2017.
Student-based marketing venture takes ‘aim’ locally
Allegheny Inbound Marketing, or AIM, is now offering limited marketing services to area small businesses and nonprofits. The new agency was formed as a joint initiative by Allegheny College and Bull Moose Marketing to help qualifying organizations address their marketing needs through a structured program that provides an experiential learning opportunity for students.
Bull Moose Continues to Grow in 2019
Josh Sherretts, co-owner of the strategic marketing company with Ron Mattocks, is joining the team on a full-time basis, bringing with him over a decade of experience in business and non-profit administration, marketing, and finance. Sherretts holds a B.A. in History and a B.S. in Education from Edinboro University.
Meadville hopes downtown holiday shopping commercial goes viral
Meadville officials and downtown business leaders are hoping for a viral outbreak that spreads from Meadville to the three nearest major metropolitan areas over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Five questions with a busy Josh Sherretts
Sherretts, 31, grew up halfway between Saegertown and Conneautville and graduated from Saegertown High School in 2005. From there, it was off to Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, where he graduated in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in social studies and a bachelor’s in history.
Two business join forces, and they have the Rennaissance Center to thank
Two businesses are celebrating a Grand Opening after joining forces. Foundry Co-work LLC and Bull Moose Marketing hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony. They actually won their new space at the Parkside Commons in downtown Meadville.
Bull Moose Marketing wins office space in Meadville
A Crawford County marketing firm is getting a little help in promoting the business and the community. Bull Moose Marketing is the winner of the office giveaway for Crawford County which will provide space in Parkside Commons in Meadville.