There is no shame in asking for advice. Ask any marketer and most will help you focus and prioritize your efforts, as well as provide marketing advice. If you don’t ask for advice, you can spend a lot of time and energy on strategies and tasks that yield little results. Working hard does not mean working smart. This is what prompted Gary Watts to develop this Web site. He can help you grow your business. Gary is a marketing guru and consultant to a myriad of clients. His creation of prototype business-to-business, retail, and consumer-direct programs provides clients with creative marketing and sales support. And, Gary can help you! He has developed award-winning marketing and communications expertise through local, regional, and national marketing activities. His talents are reflected in the development of innovative, cutting-edge marketing ideas in Web site design and architecture, high-impact creative and collateral, advertising, promotions, and public relations programs. He has served in high profile staff positions with or as a marketing consultant to world-class companies like the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in Washington, D. C., Buena Vista Television, Hilton Hotels, Kraft Foods, and Walt Disney World, where he coordinated numerous awareness activities with major corporations and national media. This included comprehensive programs to launch Epcot and event coverage with NBC, CBS, ABC, PBS, SIN, CBC, and the BBC, as well as other major print, radio and television outlets.
Gary is a graduate of Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, and completed comprehensive post-graduate work in broadcast journalism at West Virginia University in Morgantown. He also served as the university’s assistant director of Information and Publications prior to his two-year tour of duty as an officer in the U. S. Army where he earned a bronze star for his service. Other work consisted of community relations director for several radio and television stations where he won several national awards for his on-air promotion campaigns.
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