SCORR Marketing continues to provide jobs in Nebraska and grow its talent base.
In the Kearney, Neb., office, SCORR hired Jake Williams, information technology/digital media manager; Amanda Schutz, account coordinator; and Braeden Tyma, graphic designer. In the Omaha office, SCORR promoted Amanda Hilliard to trade show coordinator and appointed Heather Hockenberry and Elisabeth Garvin as account coordinators.
As a strategic marketing and public relations agency focused on market development through marketing communications, corporate identity/branding, media communications, advertising and interactive/Web design, the company’s dramatic rise in clientele led to the need for more staff.
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SCORR Marketing President Cinda Orrsaid that she is proud to be able to provide jobs to talented Nebraskans in the fields of marketing, advertising and public relations.
“Our new employees have the rare skills necessary to exceed our clients’ expectations,” Orr said.
Williams formerly worked as a network consultant for Network Solutions Inc. where he gained valuable experience in network upgrades and Windows servers. He will utilize his experience to lead SCORR in creating technology solutions. Williams graduated from the University of Nebraska at Kearney (UNK) with a degree in business management.
Schutz, a former intern for Ak-Sar-Ben and an ambassador for Brokaw Marketing, will utilize her advertising and public relations experience to successfully plan and implement client projects. She will graduate in August from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Tyma brings a wealth of knowledge in the graphic design sector as a freelance designer for several local businesses including the UNK Theatre, The Incredible Bulk and Grand Island Central Catholic High School. He graduated from UNK in May with a degree in visual communications and design.
Hilliard is responsible for managing SCORR clients’ trade shows in Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Hockenberry, a graduate of Hastings College, will be an asset to SCORR clients. She formerly managed the advertising section of the Hastings College student newspaper, The Collegian, and supervised students to ensure projects were completed on time.
Garvin’s experience in account planning, public relations and media are highly valuable in her new position. She recently worked for the Maha Music Festival in Omaha and filled internship roles in Fort Worth and New York. Garvin is a graduate of Texas Christian University.
SCORR Marketing, a full-service marketing and public relations firm, currently provides services to distinctive global clients within the drug development, health care, senior living, clinical health and beauty, agriculture, technology, nonprofit and education, and construction and development industries. For more information or to view samples of work, visit www.scorrmarketing.com.
About SCORR Marketing
SCORR collaborates with energetic companies to develop “next-phase growth strategies” and utilizes a disciplined approach to marketing plans that ensures solid incremental growth year after year, creating tangible results. SCORR’s team includes dedicated talent with worldwide experience in brand development, client perception, copywriting, corporate identity, design services, interactive/Web, marketing strategy, media, public relations, social media and trade shows and events. SCORR Marketing has offices in Europe, Seattle and Omaha with headquarters in Kearney, Nebraska. Connect with SCORR Marketing on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn.