Mark Carpenter to Present at OAX
Partner and Vice President of Creative Strategy and Production Services Mark Carpenter will be hosting two educational workshops at the Omaha Advertising Expo on Sept. 10 from 1:00 – 2:00 PM and 2:15 – 3:15 PM. Mark will share easy, economical, and effective ways for small businesses to outsmart their competition instead of trying to outspend them. You can register for the OAX event here.
The Omaha Advertising Expo Workshops are “where people who are passionate about marketing get together to share ideas and best practices. If you’re looking to better communicate with your customers, you’ve come to the right place! Each class is offered at two different times, making it convenient to plan your day around the workshops that interest you the most!”
Here are the full details on Mark’s presentation:
Powerful Advertising on a Shoestring Budget
Room 207 | 1:00 – 2:00 PM or 2:15 – 3:15 PM
You don’t have to spend a fortune or be a social marketing expert to create a potent advertising program for your small business. In this helpful session, ad veteran Mark Carpenter will share easy, economical, and effective ways to outsmart your competition instead of outspending them.
Mark Carpenter – Partner, Vice President of Creative Strategy and Production Services – SKAR Advertising
Mark Carpenter knew he would be an advertising man at 10 years old, when one chilly Saturday morning he made his father drive him to a 7Up billboard so he could sketch it. Ten years later, Mark was drawing ads for UNL’s Daily Nebraskan newspaper, the place where he would begin his long advertising career. One of the state’s most experienced copywriters and creative strategists, Mark has worked at several ad agencies in the Midwest, serving as creative director at three of them. He taught marketing for six years at Creighton University and has developed advertising for some of the region’s most successful brands including ConAgra, Alltel, Nebraska Lottery, Commercial Federal Bank, Valmont, Pinnacle Bank, East Texas Medical Center Regional Healthcare System, Lincoln Journal Star, OPPD, LES, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Godfather’s Pizza, and Runza Restaurants.