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My moms manager is the one talking and she is a manager at a bar and my family owns tons of bars and I know how stressful it could get so I wanted to see it from someone else’s perspective
Jeanette Garza, Marketing Specialist at Team Velocity provides me with some marketing/mass communications key points.
Stepson and Stepmother talk about how different aspects of consuming media have changed.
My mom’s past life and how she started up a very successful business was discussed.
I️ talked with my mom about her past life and things she would change/that would help me in the future
I(Andrew) interview my dad on the course of his whole life and the specific events/moments he remembers the most.
My mother Rose and I talked about what her life was like growing up in Connecticut. Rose also talked about what her parents and grandparents life’s were like before she was born and during her life.
My father, Michael Steffes, talking about the loss of his bar/restaurant during the 2008 recession. Exaplins how it effected him and his family during these hard times and how he has grown from it.
In this interview with my father, Jon Reed, we discussed the history of advertising and his perspective on where he believes it is heading in the future.
A media student discusses the current state of affairs and her fears about how the advertising economy takes advantage of national crises.
This was an interview with my brother. We basically talked about lessons learned throughout his life and what he has accomplished
Discussed the effects of advertising on my mom’s generation. Had her take the VALS test to determine what kind of consumer she is.
This was my thanksgiving listen with my dad and I hope you enjoy
Terry Lee Sparks Jr. and Palmer Price Sparks talked about working and life and family.
My grandfather Ken, who I call "yaya", talks about his childhood in the Poston Japanese internment camp. He speaks about his career in commercial art and how he met my grandmother, whose maiden name was Lynne Swisher.