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PR and marketing in Madison, Connecticut

January 10, 2013

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A few weeks ago, my family and I moved from the Washington, DC area to Madison, CT, about an hour and half up I-95 from New York City. I’m now working on generating PR and marketing work in my new hometown and the surrounding area. This is a quick post to say that if you’re looking for […]

#hiremikeholden on washingtonpost.com

March 22, 2012

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The #hiremikeholden hashtag made it onto washingtonpost.com, thanks to my fantastic wife! The Post wished good luck on Twitter too, after I tweeted the image below.  Thanks to them and everyone else who has been spreading the word about my job search and solo PR and marketing work. I appreciate it!

Brand Loyalty: WAKA Kickball Tattoo

November 18, 2011

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How’s this for brand loyalty? One of our employees and players got a WAKA Kickball tattoo! Related articles Tank Carder’s Rose Bowl MVP, Kickball Trophies Are Equally Important (sbnation.com) Yes, the Kickball World Championship will be held in Las Vegas on Saturday, and it will be glorious (offthebench.nbcsports.com)

QR code on a banana

November 17, 2011

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I love QR codes and enjoy seeing the creative ways people are starting to use them, like on Chaquita bananas to promote a recipe contest.

Advertising on a helicopter

November 16, 2011

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We tried something new last week in promoting winter WAKA Kickball and Dodgeball leagues, displaying ads on a helicopter over rush hour traffic with Bootcamp Lights. Check out the video below.

Nats should leverage demand for a Teddy win to get something they need

June 2, 2011

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It’s been almost exactly a year since I suggested the Washington Nationals should let Teddy win their Presidents Race on June 4, 2010, as a consolation prize to all the fans who’d bought tickets  to that game thinking it might be Stephen Strasburg’s major league debut. But Teddy came up short in that race, leaving […]

On the Web, Athletes are Leaving Money on the Table

December 10, 2009

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More athletes need web pages. This doesn’t sound like something that should have to be said in 2009, but Google your favorite athlete and see what comes up. Chances are the first few results are for stats/bio pages on the big sports sites—like ESPN.com or Yahoo! Sports—or for Wikipedia pages. Sometimes the top results are […]

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