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RetroMotion Podcast #29 – Heather Winther and Steven Cook

This episode we talk with Heather Winther Community Development Manager at the American Cancer Society and Steven Cook Deputy Commissioner at the Department of Tourism and Marketing for the State of Vermont. We talk about marketing, tourism, and breast cancer awareness. Steven and Justin of RetroMotion are both participating in the American Cancer Society’s “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign. You can help The American Cancer Society do work like this: funding $86 million nationwide in a vast array of #breastcancer #research grants, including those focused on evaluating disparities and identifying unmet needs to better improve screening and early detection and to better support those dealing with a diagnosis.

Show Notes

Donate to Steven Cook’s Real Men Wear Pink profile

main.acsevents.org/goto/StevenCook

Donate to Justin Bunnell’s Real Men Wear Pink profile

main.acsevents.org/goto/JustinBunnell

RetroMotion Podcast #28 – Corey Bunnell, Video Game Programmer

Corey Bunnell works for one of the world’s leading video game companies in Kyoto, Japan. Being the only American in the credits of a well-known game, his story went viral across the gamer and programmer blogs and forums. We talk about his path to getting his dream job and go on to discuss the philosophy of what makes a game fun.

Show notes:

Donate to Real Men Wear Pink 

RetroMotion Podcast #27 – Abbie Tykocki, Marketing and Public Relations Director

Episode 27 Burlington Telecom’s Marketing and Public Relations Director Abbie Tykocki talks about marketing, fiber, and net neutrality. As the demand for more bandwidth grows, we will become more dependent on service providers like Burlington Telecom. Abbie goes on to say that high-speed internet could be an economic driver for Vermont as the internet is the hub of interconnectivity for electronic devices. Don’t miss this great conversation!

Show notes:

Burlington Telecom

 

RetroMotion Podcast #26 -Derek Hallquist, Director of Denial

Derek Hallquist Director of Denial, a documentary about his parent, David Hallquist the Vermont utility executive. The film starts with David’s thoughts on the energy crisis, but then the story takes a personal and more profound change in tone. Derek speaks about David’s transition to Christine, being a nerd, politics, and running a production company.

Show Notes

Christine for Vermont

Official Denial Documentary Site

Barbe Visage: Short Film

RetroMotion Podcast #25 – Nathan Hartswick & Natalie Miller, Founders, Vermont Comedy Club

Our guests this episode are Nathan Hartswick and Natalie Miller, who are the founders of the Vermont Comedy Club in Burlington. Nathan and Natalie explain how they got into the comedy club business through their successful Kickstarter campaign, the various challenges around funding, starting, and managing a new business, and what continues to drive them forward. They also touch on the growing Vermont comedy scene and what comedy means to them as individuals.

Vermont Comedy Club

RetroMotion Podcast #24 – James Lockridge, Executive Director, Big Heavy World, Youth Safety Council of Vermont, Co-Founder 105.9 The Radiator

In studio this episode is James Lockridge, Executive Director at Big Heavy World, and the Youth Safety Council of Vermont, and he is also the co-founder of 105.9FM The Radiator. James tells us how Big Heavy World helps bring exposure to Vermont-made music by providing support to artists to enable them to help themselves, and the fulfillment and empowerment experienced by volunteers being part of a small, tight-knit community. He also talks to us about his other project, the Youth Safety Council of Vermont, and their mission to curb distracted driving through various simulated experiences tailored to teen drivers.

Big Heavy World website
Big Heavy World YouTube Channel
Youth Safety Council of Vermont

RetroMotion Podcast #23 – Ellen Kane, Executive Director, Vermont Catholic Community Foundation

We’re joined in studio by Ellen Kane, the Executive Director of the Vermont Catholic Community Foundation. Ellen explains why Vermont is such an ideal place for non-profits and walks us through the process of starting a foundation and getting the word out about it through marketing.

Vermont Catholic Community Foundation

RetroMotion Podcast #22 – Justin Bunnell, Owner, RetroMotion Creative, Venetian Ginger Ale

This one’s a solo episode, featuring Justin Bunnell, owner at RetroMotion Creative and host of this podcast! Justin gives a bit of an update on the podcast, announces a few new positions at RetroMotion, and gives his thoughts on the current state of marketing with respect to the use of data versus engaging with your audience in a meaningful way.

We’re currently hiring an Administrative Assistant, as well as interns for the fall semester. Shoot us an email at [email protected] if you’re interested in applying.

RetroMotion Podcast #21 – Steve Redmond, Founder, Creative Director, Rival Brands

Joining us this episode is Steve Redmond, founder and Creative Director at Rival Brands. Steve shares his experience as a Vermont business owner, his philosophy on brands and branding, including interactions with customers, evolving stylistic choices for brand aesthetics, and how businesses new and old should approach their brand.

Rival Brands

RetroMotion Podcast #20 – Dennis Lemoine, Actor, Event Marketer, Creator of Jagg Off

Our guest this episode is none other than Dennis Lemoine; actor, event marketer, and the creator of Jagg Off, an annual celebration of Mick Jagger’s birthday and the Rolling Stones. Dennis takes us through his career path from actor to event marketer, reveals his “mild” obsession with the Rolling Stones, and how he grew the Jagg Off event from a small gathering of 15 friends to a yearly event at Nectars in Burlington with hundreds of attendees. We also talk event marketing and why it makes sense for companies to invest in attending trade shows and other events.

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