Sacred Fire Organisation program marketing

Client: Sacred FIre Organisation, GA, USA. 501 (c) 3
Project: Design of  marketing materials for teaching programs

Date: October 2011 – February 2012

Design and production of flyers with accompanying web banners and other web content

I have known Jeff Bartlett for ten years as a co-worker and friend. I have come to appreciate his thoughtfulness and his ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing. He has a gift for seeing the “big picture,” and this includes an ability to ask the right questions about desired project outcomes. He brings particular skill and experience to marketing. On this subject in particular, I have learned a lot from Jeff. Even my current marketing expert within the organization has been impressed by his ability to conceptualize and execute a marketing plan that uses the latest best practices. I think Jeff would be an excellent asset when it comes to project management, strategic thinking, and marketing work.

Larry Messerman

Executive Director, Sacred Fire Organisation

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