By: Jordan Freeman, Account Supervisor

 Q: What are your responsibilities?  

A. I am responsible for overseeing all day to day operations and interactions with my client.

 

Q: Give us a little background on how you got into the industry?  

A. I came to be in advertising through a close friend who was working for Intermark at the time as an Art Director.  He showed me around and put me in touch with Mrs. Landreth.  The rest is history.

 

Q: What brought you to Intermark, and how did you get started in your current position?

A. I have been with Intermark for five years now and have been lucky enough to spend the majority of that time working with my current client.  I started out on this account as an Account Coordinator and have enjoyed being able to grow alongside the account. 

 

Q: What’s your favorite part about what you do?  

 A. My favorite part of the job is that no two days at work are ever the same.

 

Q: What’s the most challenging part of your job?  

A. I would say that the most difficult part of my job is opening the client up to new ideas that are sometimes quite different from what they have previously utilized.

 

Q: Do you have a favorite project that Intermark has worked on in the past?

A. One of my favorite projects that Intermark has completed is the unique Experiential Activations that were conducted in New York City and Austin for the Alabama Tourism account.  I am particularly fond of the virtual parasailing activation.

  

Q: Favorite quote/saying?  

A. “People will pay more to be entertained than educated.” – Johnny Carson

 

Q: Hobbies?  

A. My main hobbies are reading, fishing and anything that has to do with History.

 

Q: Family, pets?  

A. I am currently petless but am hoping to get a dog in the future!

 

Q: What’s something that most people would be surprised to learn about you?  

A. I am from Mississippi. When people learn that about me, they tend to assume that I went to college at Ole Miss.  I did not; I graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi. Go Golden Eagles!

 

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