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CDC Open to US Cruising This Summer
"By the us centers for disease control and prevention. Cdc does not provide the clarity that we need to cruising jude all to precede carnival brand ambassador john healed. They're only hours after the cruise line announced that they would be cancelling their june sailings at indicated that they might be considering sailing out four imports. A move so far resisted the. Cdc released a statement saying that the agency was committed to working with the cruise industry seaport partners to resume cruising following a face and approach outlined in the conditional sailing order while that sounds pretty much like what the cdc has been saying for months. Second part was definitely unexpected. After indicating that they were committed to working with the industry the statement ended by saying i quote this goal aligns with the desire to resume passenger operations in the united states expressed by many major cruise ship operators in travelers hopefully by mid summer with restricted revenue.
Outriders Will Permanently Brand Cheaters' Games
"During the outriders demo period developer people can fly has so far identified two hundred cheaters out of two million total participants while the number is relatively small. The dove doesn't plan to go easy on them or any future players who think they can get around the games anti cheat system. As reported by pc gamer studio has has announced that cheaters receive a permanent onscreen brand for even one infringement. The perspective punishment is described as a discrete before the water mark. They'll be overlaid on cheater screens permanently marking them as untrustworthy. The walmart ideas like the aimed at youtubers in streamers who might be who might be tempted to use tax to accumulate click where the amounts of high level loot like one player. Who called out by the team after they gave himself six hundred. Legendary weapons is an awesome idea. I like the idea of being able to just be like cool water mark screen. So that if you're if you're streaming this near cheating all your audience is gonna know and they're gonna have so good. It's so good shots. If people can fly shot discreet. I as a new outriders brand ambassador. I find this to be very very cool. I i am happy that this is going to be a
Political Ad Campaign from The Gap Strikes Sour Note with Twitter Users
"These days. It's become almost mandatory to declare your company a purpose driven brand but owen said it would be easy. Take the gap for example last wednesday the day after election day. Remember that oh what feels like about a year ago. The gap came forward with a message of unity to this divided. Country on social media posted an image of its classic hoodie. But this one was navy on one side. Red on the other click. The image in zipper brought the two sides together. The accompanying message. The one thing we know is that together. We can move forward sitting berkeley alongside the text. We're two hearts one red one blue this while the united state of anxiety was just beginning to hold its breath waiting for ballot counts in court battles. The gaps message felt so flat that you might say no one voted for it. With the exception of a hapless brand manager who suggested it and the yes people in the boardroom who had thought it was a good idea as add weeks. catherine lunchroom wrote the hoodie. Mashup was greeted with almost exclusive derision. Many on social media criticized the gap for being tone death at such a tense moment. Lindstrom noted the common sentiment across to the new york times. The gap utterly failed to read the room within an hour. The gap deleted. It's post a brand representative assured the new york times that the sweatshirt existed as an image only they had no intention of selling it in a statement sent to several publications. The gap said their intention was to show the power of unity. They admitted their timing was too early but said they had faith the country would in fact come together in the future but just in case you think gap is alone in making this sort of fashion. Faux pas consider rival lululemon the luxury ath- leisurewear company is known for the one hundred dollar plus prices of its leggings with more and more professionals working from home and scarfing up comfortable fashion. Lululemon sales have soared but so to have consumers calls for brands to stand for something and lululemon tried in september. The brand went viral worldwide. For its case. Study of hypocrisy and marketing. The company highlighted the instagram accounts of five of its brand ambassadors one charlotte north carolina. Yoga teacher ready. Kern was promoting a workshop calling on people to resist capitalism the ouch factor of a multibillion dollar luxury brand telling consumers to resist capitalism. Well it drew attention from press all over the globe from the bbc. The new york post ultimately lululemon deleted that post it also distance itself from its own brand ambassador drawing criticism from kerns followers according to the charlotte observer in october struggling gap revealed that its latest strategy is to pump its own small but successful athletes. Your brand athletic taking direct aim at rival lululemon. At least they'll be evenly matched when it comes to brand messaging but the lesson from both companies missteps is for marketers everywhere. Those who choose to publicly support mission must be authentic about it and support it through and through a million ways to get mission driven marketing wrong and only Narrow pats to do right
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Blackout Podcast
"Welcome to the club podcast when I get to talk to amazing people that draw amazing things and to do I have Andrew keys from okay. I'm going to make sure I get this right Mezcal aguasanta. You got it. Sweet so long. I saw I saw my Damascus on Instagram you guys install guys not by the way, like who's are you behind that? I post August Saint two drinks on my own Instagram. But Carmen Rene, I was August Santa Mezcal Instagram. Okay, so they she gets a lot of content from other bartenders in the in the country, which is nice. So, yeah, I know it's a great Instagram. Yeah, so like comment. I reached out to comment on, as like oh, by the way, I'm in Toronto, but I have a person that's dealing with my drinks you want to talk to him and like you're so warm and I was like, okay, we need to make this happen. So thanks for coming to the studio. Take have me how I guess how did you uncommon so comment is the lady behind the drink? Yes, Carmen is the owner of August. De Mezcal back from Mexico. I could insert last name. So that's why I didn't see it was wrong wrong. There we go. But me and Carmen mats for an event in Halifax cold drink Atlantic off, which is a cocktail Festival ran by map oil and Jeff Van Horn with tons of other people, but we briefly met when we were working the vents and then she reached out to a mutual friends five months ago. And she's like, you know any bartenders I would like to be a brand ambassador and my name came up and I just took the job and I've never been happier. It's a it's kind of like when I started bartending, I've always thought. It was always like a bartender's dream to become a brand ambassador. And now I'm a brand ambassador. I'm just like, oh, it's pretty cool. I just think I'd get this point this quick I guess so it's it's an honor to work with August Santa. So how I guess like, what does it involve being a brand ambassador? Well first educating like how would I like to say is I I'm responsible for telling the beautiful story of August Santa to all of Nova Scotia cuz I think it's a beautiful story what Carmen's created but you you educate bartender's choice and people in the city of Mezcal first of all, cuz a lot of people know about Mezcal let's start with that first. What is it? So there's like a big misconception of like Mezcal and Tequila so Mezcal umbrella and there's a lot of other things under it tequila is a type of Mezcal. So there's a difference between like production and different types of agave. This is espadin which is matured wage. Seven years so that you have such Aquila has to be blue Weber tequila and made in Jalisco and kind of other regions and Mexico, but this has been a lotta but so it starts with the tear wire. So the terroir and Waka is very diverse but espadin which is in this bottle seven years and then they harvest it. So they take the Quixote's off which is like the pointy things on the gavi plant they grind it and then they ferment it off and then distill it but when they but then they when they was called they smoke it underground that's the difference between like when they when they bake it or they when they cook it story when they're just like they've put it inside and how long does does he have to stay down there for it? Can it depends? It could be there for 3 some Mezcal companies here for three days to 3 weeks. Wow. Yeah does wage. What is the advantage of having there for long for like so it's more depends what kind of what they're using and all that like we think of August songs, which are like, it's not over. It's not overly smoking. It's like a just the perfect amount of smoke. So that's the only in the pit for that long. But some people will leave it there for like and again there's there's lots of different types of Mezcal companies offer just like small villages that you Mezcal like their own way and it could last from three days three weeks. It just depends how smoking you on its and it kind of depends on distillation as well. How long is I wasn't in on the ground floor? It's I think it's 3 to 3 Days To one week. Okay. Yeah. Okay. And so it's all made in Mexico. Yes. I'll suck. Welcome Mexico. So where what is the life cycle from the plant to this bottle? So yeah, like I said, so they picked the wage. The farmer has his espadin Agave for this bottle. So they harvest it. They smoked underground. They grind it with a tahona to home like a stone wheel looks like the very traditional way of making Agave Spirits, I guess or crushing the agave and then they ferment it so it's open near fermentation. So they let it off with the sugars and water turned to alcohol then they transfer it to the still and then they distill it twice and then you get 42% and then they put in the bottle and they shaved Canada. Oh, wow. So it's a she's a proud Mexican who's made a great Mexican product. That's from Mexico. But she also knows the Canadian market and is a proud Canadian as well. How long has Santa been in the market now? I've in Canada. I think it's been here for at least four to five years from what I've heard about home. At least in Halifax and so now it's in a bottle. I don't really drink alcohol. So I suck at this but like what what do you just drink it straight or do you so people look so like, you know, when you go to bars people are shooting whiskey or tequila in Mexico..
Perfume brand says cutting Black actor from ad was misstep
"Perfume brand. Joe Malone's apologized to black actor John Boyega of Star Wars fame after cutting him out of the Chinese version of a Cologne commercial. He directed and starred in Jo Malone. London said in a statement to the Hollywood reporter that the ad designed for Chinese audiences was a misstep in has been removed. The recreated add replaced Boyega with a Chinese star Joe Malone's parent company is Este Lauder. Of the original had starring Boyega had aired last year and was called the London Gent featuring the London board actor and Jo Malone brand ambassador walking around the neighborhood where he grew up riding a horse in a park, and it makes reference to a boy Vega's Nigerian heritage in a scene featuring West African attire.
Diageo to Buy Ryan Reynolds Aviation American Gin for up to $610 million
"Well, the Movie Star and Entrepreneur Ryan Reynolds certainly had something to celebrate this week. His Liquor Brand Aviation American gin is being acquired by the world's largest spirits business on Monday. Reynolds. Announced that Dr. Joe is buying the Startup Jim. Maker for up to six hundred, ten, million dollars the the fourteen billion dollar owner of brands like Johnnie Walker Whisky Tanqueray Gin and Guinness Al among others. The deal is a coup for Reynolds a Rakish forty-three-year-old celebrity actor best known for his performances a superhero with a twisted sense of humor in the twenty sixteen movie deadpool. It's also a testament to reynolds star turn as a copywriter. Reynolds bought an ownership stake in aviation in two thousand eighteen and became its brand ambassador. He applied his quirky provocative sense of humor to the task to here's just one example remember the Peleton ad that went viral in a bad way the one where the poor Peleton wife played by actress Monica, Rees appear to be exercising against her will to satisfy her sexist tons desire for skinny spouse. Well, Reynolds decided to help his career and Tro Peleton at the same time he cast releasing an ad for. In it, she in two friends are sitting at a bar, their nursing MARTINIS. She looked downcast while her two friends look on with concern. The peleton wife then downs, the entire Martini and the friends pass there's to her the implication of course, is that she has left the suddenly abusive husband on social media just to make sure we all got the joke Reynolds wrote Hashtag exercise bike not included naturally that ad went viral in a good way. It was cheeky ads like these along with Reynolds thirty, six, million instagram followers. And fans on other social media platforms that helped aviation sales skyrocket revenues grew in triple digits in both twenty, eighteen and twenty nineteen making it what Fast Company called the fastest growing super premium gin and the World Diario who's Gordon's? Gin. Brand is the world's largest was watching closely just three years ago. The conglomerate bought a Tequila brand from George Clooney valuing it at a billion dollars. That brand has performed rather well for Dr Geo. Now Aviation's biggest rivals have become family with the acquisition both tanker and Gordon's GIN become sister brands to aviation. The deal doesn't allow Reynolds to simply take the money and like the superhero he plays deadpool run he'll stay on as an owner and the brand's ambassador presumably for the next decade Diarios paying three hundred, thirty, five, million dollars now and offering an early of two hundred seventy, five, million dollars more over the next ten years depending on aviations performance
LA Kings suspend mascot after sexual harassment lawsuit
"Franchise might be looking for a new way to live it up home crowds after an accusation against its mascot, the Los Angeles Kings have suspended the man who performs as the ice hockey team's mascot after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed against him by a former female employees. ESPN reports The team suspended Tim Smith, who serves as the Lion mascot, named to Bailey and is Thesing Yer Events manager. The lawsuit has been filed against Smith, the Kings and the team owner. The woman seeking more than one million in damages, was a member of the King's I Screw the team's brand ambassadors, Mary course study. Fox News,
Lets talk about OLYMPUS!
"Put on his makeup, but before we start I want to talk a little bit about why do this livestream real quick in the main reason. Is this big announcement that now? That Elizabeth's put out earlier this week? That triggered a lot of media outlets. Arguably mine included inside of our community to kind of talk about it as Olympic is fall in the sky's falling. It's all over for Olympus etc I. Know Rob, or I knew rob was affiliated with the company, so I sent him a quick message like rob you okay, man, what's going on and he was like dude. There's a lot of disinformation. Let me! Set you straight. ABC and I was like okay well. Would you be willing to come on and say that on the show so hopefully use the platform of whip to demystify this stuff and lucky enough he said yes, and here we are so rob night man, welcome to the show man how you doing. Hey, I'm good man. Thanks, traveling I I appreciate the opportunity to actually. Have a real conversation about all this crazy stuff. You mean versus salacious headlines. I've read a lot of expert opinions on facebook over the last few days in. It's A. Very few experts actually chiming in anything's. The you say expert opinions, you say expert opinions with with quote marks right indeed. UNINFORMED, experts agree that ABC. So. Let's listen before we dive into the let's talk a little bit about just set. The stage of who robbed night is and what your affiliation with Olympus gives us that. Give us the back story. Yeah, well I'm I'm basically photography teacher I'm from predominantly do destination photo workshops, but obviously with all this stuff. I'm not doing that so I teach photography I go to events and give presentations I go to camera stores. All all sorts of anyway I can interact with photographers and and teach photography socially nature, photography, travel, photography, and about going on a year ago, Olympus, approached me and asked me to be a part of their new. Team they have the they've had the visionaries for a while and. There's the educator team now and then the what is it explores which is their social media folks? And I'm basically a brand ambassador. That's that's what we're called. You know I'm a part of the educating which is is not a job as much as it's a relationship, you know I use their equipment to do what I do, and they understand the value of that. People come on workshop with me and they see me shooting with you know my gear and they want to go buy it and that's that's kind of you know my job, and then they send me out to do things and and you know what would have been a full spring of birding events and nature photography events. You know on behalf of Olympus was be. Sitting at my house, my kids trying to figure out what he'll do, but but that's. That's the nature of what I do I'm I'm a brand ambassador as far as Olympic is concerned. I love. I love that. Okay, so let let's let's dive in and talk a little bit about where things are today right so. On the heels of that I know you and I sort of interacting, you know we were ambassadors of different. We I still am, but you were ambassador on Panasonic side, and then made the jump over to Olympics. That's a whole `nother show. We're going to save that for a different show about the impetus and driving factors behind that decision. Which is deep I? Really I don't want to do that an injustice, but let's let's let's focus on this side so olympus right so. Looking looking at the company of Olympics, a story brand right so Olympics. Olympics I think like I think Panasonic. Especially Panasonic because microphone thirds I think Sony Canon to when I saw that news, the knee jerk reaction was Oh crap. Okay, we're losing one of these. These pillars in the industry story brand like a Kodak is folding and okay. So what's going to happen and people that are shooting at what's going to happen to their cameras? There's suddenly going to stop working. Not The case, but you know you those things go your mind. The doom and gloom hits I. Think is maybe human nature, doom and gloom first, and then the reality of what it is. It's so set that stage for. What's the reality of this announcement? Is Olympics like just? Sin And everybody in the Camera Division home and know people that have the cameras you gotta go. Buy Spare parts at garage sales now or is it? Well the first thing I want to say is that I do have a relationship with Olympic, but I'm not I'm not speaking for you. Know Olympus. Corporate when I'm talking about this and the things that I'm going on to answer that question are the things that. Mostly, what everyone else can read online? There's there's the the letter of intent that has posted on Olympus website. I have pieces of that to sort of reference and then we did as an ambassador. I do have sort of Cuban a sheet that that Olympus sent me, so that's as much insider information as as you can get. But basically they they have announced that they are going to talk to company about buying the imaging division from Olympus and Olympics makes they have an imaging division. They have medical. You know medical devices, and you know they don't only make cameras. So what they're talking about is taking the camera business and selling it to this company and Japan Ajay. Ip and
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So I have to tell you I think I could be a brand ambassador for free yeah you are I am just so into these last time I talked to my daughter so there there's a big giant Billboard going up things with us on stage in front of several thousand people it was one of the few times I was on stage without having some kind of a brand so she went online to your website last night we took the picture of your game hydro happening photoshopped Austin onstage that's how you're getting this when you're going to Photoshop and look at the difference here's a cool talk so first of all welcome back it is going to be out of the house so you you were we wanted to set up which is the fashion institute of design merchandising Ellery so when you were a kid you know when you were a kid that you want to be in the fashion business I mean I don't I don't yeah I always looked up to I don't know that I looked up to him I just felt at home when I was around the other brands Burton for snowboarding in advance for shoes and I just was like I'm I'm not kids a thousand Malians sounds right out well that was one of those things like I could do that right please try to go into that into much of college and learn how to use the college with a basketball team but great uniforms I was one of the mails when I was there which is awesome are you that was a good decision when you went in there did you know that you were going into the hardware business or did you say typical Steve Forbes let's find any what they don't have never wanted to bring sand to the beach and and finance accessories other Borchardt company line other teacher company what can I make it's kind of two ways in the apparel industry I like kind of finding your where you engine it's either becoming category crushing an inventive kind of what we've done in elevating an already existing categories or really honestly just pounding the pavement in the in the most authentic uniforms for a tribe in a T. shirt so Sir brand can be successful and just running shirts but that brand think of it as a uniform for trial yeah that's right it's like a like a skater guy that lonely wears something on the server early and why is it that some because it's so interesting to me I always go back to shops to see well if you look up S. U. S. S. Y. the logo it was the most I think it was I realized there was just a kind of changed the whole game in my opinion I almost didn't go to school that has to be a case study answer as many case studies I research the heck out of it because it was basically it was this cool looking logo on everything in the eighties and it just resonated with her followers on India you can learn how to drive really simply I do it a million times I mean everybody stood right in that person's some other guy shows up with something that looks cool just I was there for a little walk without as well as talent I think there always is in this business I think it's it's like in town colliding on timing yeah it is so it would point did you decide you don't respect the coldest ball caps two thousand and five if I had about a hundred different caps on my rotation personally mostly new era and I was a seven five aids fitted and it was annoying every time I go to re up on any color of a Dodger hat on and after trying for five off the shelf because they all had run varying tolerances for quality calling some give you a headache the stadium and so the business became evident that every other category someone had just kicked out focused on and tried to make a better version and I'm looking at you know five thousand happening at my collection and they're all made from the same two or three suppliers with the same two or three materials yeah same construction yeah I think so what you guys did is made in a better ball cap and by doing so you created like even the back of this thing yeah is not plastic every piece interesting elevated and even added a few pieces and take a few unnecessary so little there's a little there's a little heart out lawyers are sorry I'm not sick I guess I'll show you I don't know what is your call to complain so this is the bill the bill from the crown from the crown should yeah and when one of these four things there's like side and rear panel solar panels and the you know the site closure in little league the first time I discovered that I could swap this part the button handle on what you call that button but the bottom line my maroon one with my friend was on the yellow team button you could pop well I want to do this if you if you got your patent for the thing in fact I was even a thing no we have we have there's other technology common yeah by the way lots to come now do you one of the cool things here so I will tell you I wear these hats every like you have never too much more on every single television program I get talked about because after not where the one like this I should wear them like this that's what I'm saying yeah on TV yeah but the point is is that they have this robber this rubberized grip yeah and you can't help but just consist I'm touching nothing first of all it's almost like a it's like a touch that makes you feel better you're tipping your capital and when you're talking that's why it's there because by the way the White House white hat is kind of an orange tint but it will get a special category because some of what you have here is not made out of these materials you got swayed you've got thirty three different categories currently we got craft to resource the world's most iconic and premium like heritage middle materials like wax cotton out of Colin Taylor the best merino wool out of Italy or the best letters out of Spain and that's crossed and that by the way I mean are you you're the CEO you can I mean how do you do you are you part of the system I'm a huge but I'm just I'm a geek with materials so like I'll slow stuck to.
Steven Seagal charged by Securities and Exchange Commission with failing to disclose payments
"The securities and exchange commission settling claims today gets actor Steven Seagal ABC's Erica Turkey has more Steven Seagal came under siege for securities violations when he touted a bitcoin investment without disclosing he was being paid for it for about a month in twenty eighteen Seagal told us nearly seven million Twitter and Facebook followers the whole heartedly endorsed that initial offering from a type of bit coin and linked to a press release that said Sen master Steven Seagal has become the brand ambassador of bit coin to Jen the securities and exchange commission said Saddam needed to tell potential investors he was paid two hundred fifty thousand dollars for the promotion succumb to greed to settle without admitting any wrongdoing by paying a one hundred fifty seven thousand dollar
"brand ambassador" Discussed on The Communicate Influence Podcast
"Include the sponsored link in the show notes and now let's connect with Pete Baron and talk about his role as a brand ambassador hyped on welcome very much to the podcast Sheila how you doing. Thanks for having me. Oh I'm great. Thank you thanks so much. It's great to connect after we worked together at the Northern Echo. I'm happy that we stayed in touch. I'm thrilled that you're able to be a guest on my podcast. My pleasure my pleasure. Thank you so much. So you've got you've had a really successful background or sorry. I should say really successful career. Aaron Journalism meant if got this new role as an ambassador for a financial institution in Darlington in the north of England. So first of all. Can you tell us about your background. Where you from in the Northeast New Journalism Korea? And then we'll move into the role of ambassador. Yeah Yeah I call well. I grew up in a place called South Bank which is a suburb of Middlesbrough. So middlesboro is a steel community. Take in the northeast of England. Probably about thirty miles from Newcastle Him. I grew up on a council estate so that was a steelworker. Minimum was the local post leading. And that's where a group and most kids in that area really you are winning to UN into industry. That was the expectation Asian book. I just decided I want to be a writer and I was inspired by a campaigning journalist from the daily miracle. Jump Ilja I went into journalism. Went to Darlington College where they will need training college. Journalists Darlington's is a market town again in the north of eat north east of England. It's the birthplace the railway. That's what it is famous for also became well known as a place to to be trained as a journalist so I went there as a human boy of eighteen nineteen team to to be trained as a gin. And that's how I began. That's great now. I have to ask this question. Pete what did you parents say when you told them that. You didn't want to follow the traditional path in that you wanted to be a journalist. Nothing in a place. It's like Middlesbrough quite low aspersions rarely and you know. My Dad wanted me to be a welder. And I'll be honest. I didn't know what a well today it was..
"brand ambassador" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Serving as a brand ambassador road shipping across the country the full time gig will go to twelve hot dog ears buttons will still be sold in eight packs so if your kid is in school right now and they're good I don't know they're getting a master's degree in business administration something fancy they said mom dad and thing about going to law school and then all of a sudden they say needle on the record I've decided no law school for me I want to be in Oscar Mayer Wienermobile driver you can understand why alright we come back we'll take a break it it will take a quick break and then I want to talk about Iran not specifically about the missile attacks on the US bases in Iraq but I want to talk about the plane that went down it was a plane taking off from Iran headed for Ukraine it goes down minutes after take off Iran immediately says no no no that was an S. right now it's also not releasing the black boxes to Boeing so right there makes you go well why it doesn't look like members of the FAA who would normally go in error NTSB in they would normally go in and investigate will probably be the ones to do so you can understand that's you know probably because the tensions in the region that investigational be turned over to a different state however then how do you ever know how can you for sure say if you don't have your own people in there how can you for sure say that the outcome of the investigation is legit so many questions about this all one hundred seventy six people on board were killed all different nationalities will go into everything with that ABC's Erin to Turkey is coming up along with traffic in your forecast on your wake up call everybody is talking about CBT now yeah it's become a key ingredient in many sports creams we want to talk to very specifically about a special product we think you need to try it's level select C. B. D. level select C. B. D. dot com it's available in a role on which I really love also what cream it's got this special blend a broad spectrum a nano CB deep for quick absorption no greasy residue all man is it it smells nice and works I mean I used to think about those old ointments and lotions and she would rub on yourself like old man and I don't like those things at all that's not the case with this product it's offered in three levels of CBT intensity she'll get the right level of relief you need I use it knee pain back pain I do a lot of running into a lot of work out to the gym sometimes I throw John around towards my back out I use the role on easy to apply it comes from a leading force in the new CB the market place Kate and what what's on their boxes.
Olympic Gold Medalist Kayla Harrison Dishes on PFL and MMA
"She wants to gold medals in the olympics. She's the face of the p._f. L. and i'm feelin her bagels. If kayla food drug it it's not every day. We get olympic gold medalist time today. I'm gonna feed you today. Anyone anyone who's been on the firemen heated so it's perfect sky's the limit burns about that name <hes> they'll make fun of me. I'm a little weird diet on kito so i can be friends anymore. Draw burning like seven thousand tossing pet. That's because the guys i do stand ups on. What do you recommend him. So that's what i'm gonna do for. Doing it isn't hito like all making all take on eh. Are we on any sort of restriction. Diet wise for me so now trying to do what you want i. Why do i want your kind of tell me if i'm wrong. You're kind of in the same category cyborg a little a bit where there's not a ton of match for you so darn it and this aspect of martial arts which would be judo right and then. There's just not a lot of girls who des yeah. I mean it's so it's still it's twenty years behind the men's. May i feel like you know it's still building. It's still sort of like you have. Strikers grapplers like you don't really have the super. You have a couple too. Well rounded fighters but you also don't have a a ton of athletes yet like there's been a lot of crossover especially at the high moral clauses so yeah yeah still ahead of the game. There's some guys right right right for sure for you being at this week class how did sign with p._f. L. come about because i'm sure u._f._c. belt or everyone wanted authorizes especially with your background. I was really hesitant to do to be honest. I'm not a huge. I mean i talk shit but it's all in good fun like i'm one of like i grew up around guy so i'm cool with that but i don't like having to sell a fi. I don't like being trying to be pretty. You're like this is like. I'm so uncomfortable right now you you know i know your yeah what because they got to go to talk. No no no because i have to wear heels and like well. You're good. Thank you have to anyways okay the p._f. L. first of all they were like if you wanna fight great if you don't we still want you to be brand ambassador so we wanna come commentate checkout fides. Hang out if you wanna fight. We're going to give you a four fight deal. We're gonna pay you a lot of money and we're changing the game and they're it's not about <unk> talking. It's not entertainment. It's if you want money win. If if you
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Mission Daily
"Program. If you like. That's yeah i mean i think what's what's great. Is that nowadays you know. People get into this craft idea craft beers and a lot people talk but kraft jin's and stuff. I was always been craft. You know at speen as favourites <unk> an just because it was finding nathan seventy nine doesn't mean it's not craft if they know the people that are from the time still working to the study you know there's third third generation stillman in there <hes> an ever then we source us look into the water. There's the bark and bush spring which we like fools off ben ruinous which is one of the mountains in the back of appalachia and all the barley lucas's source from within fifty miles of the study susa very local thing you know <hes> and scott crossfield to it but was he when it's a massive massive single malt in we sell hundreds of thousands thousands of cases every year people like it's not it's not it's not small enough in all while dues. I'll pass this as fact. I'll john we taste i. I just make sure i yeah scott. I mean so when you when you taste them whiskey. I think the most important thing is that you smell it. I know especially when appreciate it. Obviously you know if you're in your house and you've if drank this was countered times then you don't need to do that but the nose of a whiskey i'll tell you all about it and this one specifically as quite light and citrusy okay and that comes from the fact that we're using these different byles ex bourbon battles spatially school that kind of lightness vanilla honey sweetness and then a such as flavor. What did you guys think any us delightful thousand male very smooth yet so the twelve is the kind of the doin- doing at least make it is it is. It's not a smoother than i would have thought yeah. I think one of the things about this ball whiskey that people are supervise with a no win so if i'm gonna sampling okay today em would gonna be verizon media okay and then afterwards we're doing. I'm doing an event as forty leaders under forty the donut awards event dona san jose and whenever people turn up to my ma table from sampling there and i'm saying he like the saboteur you know <hes> single malt double gas matured expert him bottles all associated bottles. I always let them try to sixteen. I the sixteen year old okay but the twelve i think really kind of appeals american the american pilot because it has that lightness in the citrus feel that bourbon house but it doesn't have the heat uh-huh yeah so it doesn't have that same like i don't want to say burn burn a law bourbon when you drink. It has a little bit heat and you have to kind of out some water to get rid of it a lot people. We're always sending me all yeah i was. I was at walter scott. I think that the twat adler twelve of the sixteen and eighteen don't need you know they don't need about isis at like not not acceptable. I mean to be honest. We say abalos thoughts is just the you drink whisky however you want it okay. If you buy a bowl of eighteen and you wanna i mean don't soon don't recommend this but if you you know driving it and walter or you i something else coke meal. I'm just saying like like what because i've noticed that it's being served a you know at room temp yet. I know it's so sittard sacrilegious with ice in it. I think the thing to realize is that ice <music> dilutes it but also you drop the temperature of something. You actually lose flavor. Ooh last time you drank a glass red wine with a bunch of ice in it never never right because you have more flavor at room temperature. How about this concern that you're not ask drinking yet have their switches so we're going to do and have your glass so talking about sweetness. Okay just what we're gonna. Do is when a poor just the tiniest drop was having whiskey poured into my hand right now. Yeah yeah okay now. Rub johansen okay. Nas millions nathan sweet yeah so that sexual multi bali smells like you smell it. Oh ooh ooh there. You go so for those at home. If you do have a boy scouts nearby hopefully zavala barbara poorly just a tiny tiny we drop on the hand rubbing together and you get not multi barley sweetness come rely. We'll have like a sticky residue. Afterward doesn't feel sticky to me. You know if you do just rub rub your genes but yeah that's that's some. That always amazes me because i was always. Was you know what is malted. Barley actually tastes like sweet sour very sweet. <hes> rubbing your hands. You rub it off the alcohol easily. You can smell that green coming through the interesting thing is that if we use pete's which is a moss to dry the barley so what happens to make whisky to just a quick rundown we call me this body will so the bali bringing in we've got tons and tons and tons of what we'll reduce well then fire the barley steeper. Okay we'll steep an a firebomb will put to end up basically a ton of water and moss deepak deepak when it starts to germany as stops agrees roots nimmo pula out and dry. It's too easy riot. First one is in a kiln. The second one is with pete's which is like a mosque. I know that's the kind of scotch splits the first one where the kelham you'll get that sweet rich floral fruity flavor the other side of that is with the pete souza. Moss your get smokey flavors so if you have a smoky whisky it's because they used pete's in the process <hes> in a to to dry the barley and go all all the way through the whiskey <hes> which is cool because i kind of all comes back to this using the land and in craft and stuff so pete grows almost an abundance on the islands highlands of scotland and the region so we're talking about was reaches before we talked to lubbock space. I you know apple is in the heart space aid but then there's also the region isla or britain esley i. s. l. e. y. An <hes> an on isla my daughter's name name now why so so so that this kind of smoke stuff grows the peat grows in abundance in scotland so and especially on these islands so that's kinda why that's kind of why the used to dry the ball in the first spy spot so you you you rub your hands you know and you'll get those two flavors and you'll know which one is which this is the brunette. Please don't try just yet. The buna and galloped discuss golic means original or of the origin and this whiskey was made as a kind of throwback in the late nineteen ninety s to what whiskey was like in the eighteen hundreds this one remember when i talked talked about twelve th dabbler twelve and said that it was <hes> double kashmir season expert battles and a little shady bottles this one does it have experiment because back in the eighteen hundreds of scotland there was there wasn't an abundant suburban battles this was exclusively matured and a lotta shady bottles so it's a lot spicier and the twelve now the other thing as well as an original the this kind of original idea is strength sobbed in twenty proof and salsa also non chill filtered which is quite interesting. No noncha- filtration is kind of cool because it means that for majority of whiskey what we do is we pass it through cloud. I have been filter and at one point four degrees centigrade and when we posit this filter gets rid of all these kind of oils and esther's these oils in essence give you this beautiful the oil might feel now a lotta people if we when the hatha and if we don't show fell threat than you can kinda get we best sent him in law and the bottle and people don't really know their whiskey. They think oh this is all for it's possible by date but really it's just noncha- filtered okay. Nazis can heavier oils in essence like a say. This is all of those things social small batch which means that every few months will release a new batch <hes> and this is about sixty four that we're trying to do that. The nine point nine percent <hes> a. b. and so every few months will release this new batch in qena change allied to be a little bit higher or lower alcohol percentage and also might day slow at different. My feels a little bit different so this one has deep dark fruit flavor that so i was thinking you said like you like these occur earthier flavors. This is definitely they are very spicy. Favorite favors spicy scholars kennedy papery cinnamon spice to it. What suggest with islam is that before. You actually drink it. Is you just touch it to your lips obs- <hes> and it kinda just get she ready for what's happening. <hes> if another thing as well as suggest like porno we dash water in there just because the water will bring the alcohol content download and you get mortar goes flavors the abuna this one specifically <hes> this abattoir it has this cult following you know people are so into it people by the different batches and compare them and say oh well you know i love batch thirty eight fifty home. Go back fifty seven fifty eight. I noticed the label. It looks like it's handwritten is at that i mean <hes> scott dot the effect is not gotcha but that's yes. This is the bat sixty four year got. 'em but this guy here. <hes> the signature on the bottle guy called graham cruickshank. He's the most of the stellar he was actually out in silicon in bali he's responsible for the world's best single or my opinion one of the world's best single malts you know and this guy's like a so humboldt you know oh he he he was mentioned about how one of the main reasons that he likes loves go into work is that these people live and breathe the craft into the stillman eleven breathe a craft craft and that was the first thing he mentioned to me when he was talking about ab lower you know and i was like he's fallen from scotland's to hook basically of i what he does for the brand on and everybody asking him like he never like not once. Did he say like oh. You know i've been doing this for such and such time unless someone specifically asked him. The first place they always meant was talking about the town talking about how good steady walls and machado time you saw how important the stalemate roy which is coup which is really cool because i think something's especially nowadays as with alcohol. These guys become celebrities. You know see some the beg bourbon brands in the united states these like the the blame those are the distillers master blend muscles still at the they become celebrities like that you know and it's scary. It's scary but graham was he's from keith which is tiny return in the north north of scotland <hes> very famous because it's got the distillery struggle. They're shaath islas like the heart if you like of chivas regal and grimm's from there and he actually has radio show i shall. I wish i'd known as i would a problem so i added a few drops of water into mine and like it's it's totally different two different experience yeah i think <hes> the abuna is so is just so a lot of people say that the like the smokey flavors of scotch. I know <unk> adler. None of our farley's been dried with a p. So what people are like. Oh you know i'm more into the the smoky stuff you give them a glass of this in the light. Okay i can get on board because it's such a powerful flavor. That's yeah and that's why people like the smokiness because i want something. That's going to change my life an nebula does that do you ever have a bad had customer experience like when you do the tastings people get mad at you know known yes super hot all the time man. That's the incredible thing about like chivas when i worked for shiva's through the occasional person awed when like this whiskey incredible thing because i always like to say here that we're not a start where slow up like whiskies never sold more than has the you know how many bottles that are matured in scotland right now twenty five million five million people in the country five times more bottles and our people talk about priorities. It is the best place for rescue right. This job has so much respect tradition and honor because this is scott like this is scotland's gift to the world feel like you know being scotches been this thing that people watch it for ya i mean see yours even nowadays c._e._o.'s or celebrate some scotch gujarat. You go back fifty years. If you watch mad men which is all about just after the war and it's an advertisement and stuff don draper the king of the king like this these guys were drinking scotch man back in the fifties and sixties they would they would be like okay we need. We wanna women drinker glenlivet like eighteen or twelve or fifteen or whatever it was and it's like it's properly an honor to do that. Man you know into be representing that brand new year. It's fantastic. It's super cool cowan. It's been awesome.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Mission Daily
"On bringing the company to leading tech firms and startups on this episode. The mission team sits down with to discuss the whisky industry at large how he is bringing aber laura to market and the mission teams have ever drinks of choice. Welcome to mission daily. I mean phase on chief continental here at michigan dot org. We're in studio with a rotating cast characters. We have our v._p. Of operations our what's up man he has gone first time on the mike albert steph. How are you good good. How's it going and our special special guest callum. What's going on rock and roll so we are going to.
Weekend Racing Preview | Randwick and Moonee Valley | Aug 24
"Hello and welcome to everybody three wide no cover. I'm your host. Nathan branco white to get into some racing action on the weekend is welcoming to esteemed colleagues in one of us has a new job title. One of us has a very new job title. He's become a brand ambassador. Lock myself lock salmon julian the real worries the new tunnel the brand ambassador because you have billion form analyst up until nabet net not beat around brand ambassadors and there's a lot of work and day talia yesterday. It's not good. It's i'm not going to be probably up to the lead up to the lofty expectations. Are you guys have but we'll see how we got but i'll be still doing have you changed your email student to say brandon better than i have actually had an email l. signature so now that will and thirteenth group one winning jockey solomon muscial. He's getting fuel. Oh boy the the show punk it up a little bit but that's all the i ten weeks of best as well and josie that you've understand that you've stepped up and congratulations on the new title stepped up from the trading floor. You've all your trading jacket in us selling and watches and things on the wii ideal fleischer jacket and that we can apple brother add on the show larry go. Let's get into the report jus. You're gonna look at turkey because obviously you got. The wing stikes group on rising up in sydney. I grew one of the rising season ran week. We <hes> on i four at four mehta's the entire but expecting beautiful conditions not much wind around estee. We expect that the track to rice really fairly. It'll big tampa relied. It's obviously it's up on spayed going slowly. They're gonna be hard to run dan but i think every host chains but then also in melbourne we go oh to mooney valley rile at full mehta's entire circuit brownie software have at the moment was expecting no ryan today no ryan freud i but ryan on saturday but it might become lighter in the diana from rice's four onwards but on air analysis on al stuff <hes> back in the office inside hugely advantage latest are going to be in the box the hallway around so we've put alexan- basket of bang on spayed. There's a bit of a northerly wind which we in their faces in twelve hundred mehta shoot and coming round the hometown. We'll the home turn it'll be behind them completely but inside and late as big advantage at four maters peseta tom of the with the wind and the weather and the rhine and things changing. How did we get it right at caulfield last week. They want from everywhere yeah. Oh absolutely and i think i think you'll see with your selection. In the first rice the big prize gong wrong to his two forty two three dollars fifty now the reason what peavy was two to forty eight to thirty dollars fifty was the big prize that moved the market. They had similar analysis assist to us. They have probably better analysis with us and i were partying gate one gate to gate throughout the whole day and that's why people was being drifts especially a rice one. They got it wrong. The night tried to change their algorithms which they do because they've got great budget for it but <hes> that were on the train and the train was going the wrong direction gypped <hes> i bet boy that's very very well. When you do get new role sometimes it. It was a few feathers. The fellow tried is handling the affected. You have become a brain best well. They're just pointing at namm side. That's about where i sit with them at the moment now they they're. You got a target on your back too long to get on your
Taco Bell Already Has a Wedding Chapel; Now its Opening a Taco Hotel
"Business wards daily is brought to you by Dell. Don't miss out on Dell small business month celebration. Get up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven b u y de l l for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily. Happy Friday, everyone. Now, this stunt has me wondering about the links to which companies will go to build their brands Taco Bell, which sells us off taco for a dollar. Nineteen is launching a hotel. Yes, you heard me correctly, folks, the fast food chain will open pop-up, taco themed hotel in Palm Springs, California, this summer. It'll be called what else the bell stay at the boutique lodging and you'll not only nibble on the namesake dish, but get taco themed cocktails presumably hot and spicy poolside, or even in the pool where you'll be able to float on a hot sauce. Raft. There will be a gift shop, of course, but also a hair salon, offering taco themed braids and nail art. The bell will open for five days, beginning August night. It'll start accepting reservations. The third week of June Newsweek reports that this is hardly the. First time that Taco Bell is thought outside of its fast food box, among other things it hosts weddings. Yes, weddings at a Taco Bell Cantina in Las Vegas. So what gives it's all about standing out outlandish stunts, like the hotel, create buzz and visitors who are likely to post photos, and social media become brand ambassadors for the multibillion dollar franchise operation brand Bassedas. We might add, who pay for the privilege, Instagram and other social media platforms obviously provide opportunities for brand marketers. But the overwhelming volume of content flashing bias, every day. Also ups, the Antion creativity. It takes more and more extreme tactics to stand out witness, for instance, Domino's, which paid to fix some cities, potholes and arby's, which offered customers a Hawaiian vacation for six dollars or Burger King, one of taco bells biggest competitors which trolled McDonald's by giving away one dollar walkers to customers who ordered their Burger King meal. While at McDonalds, although stunts got a lot of attention and created a creative vibe for their respective fast food chains chains, which, by the way, are all about cooking the exact same meals served in precisely the same manner in every single restaurant across America Taco Bell hotel. Sure. It's fun. But it's also a symbol of the fine tricky line that fast food titans must walk between creativity and corporate cookie cutter consists. From wondering this business wars dialing this week's episodes, written edited and produced by Elaine edited, and produced by important are executive producers, marshal Louis created by or non Lopez, or wondering, I'm David Brown, and we'll see next. Business wars daily is brought to you by Dell. The clock is ticking on Dell small business month celebration. Enjoy up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus a free. External hard drive with select computer purchases before it's too late. Call eight seven seven buy Dell to speak with a small business technology advisor today. That's eight seven seven. B. Y. D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership, eight seven seven by Dow.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Hey, ch- because that's what everyone always gets it wrong and an a nano, and and my website is WWW dot Jonathan Andrew had made UK and pretty much infamy. I'm doing. We'll be on those two things perfect. We'll put all those in the show notes. So you could go check them out and extract the fruit. So look domes fund quickfire questions, we're gonna just rattle fruit ease, if that's okay. I k so one. That you can't live without. Fudge salt spray is perfectly Tom you travel back in time to a sixteen year old Jonathan what career advice, would you? Give him take your time. It all works out in the end who or what is exciting. You most about the headdress in industry right now. I actually have to say Instagram on that. I think the so many talented people being able to showcase their work. And I think the people that are really taking the time to give back to the industry really deserve. Credit five autumn has stall. And why the bulb because you can give it to any Klein of any age tweak it and make it look amazing. It's most star haircutters and lost question. So this one thing that we don't know about you. Oh. I almost became a boxer instead of a hairdresser that really. We are you seeing books as well. Believe it or not. But when I was when I was nineteen I've got scouted, and I had to make the decision was going to commit to being a bookseller hairdresser. And I have fun stories to tell. But I think the guys who make it not industry. Have you know, they've got nothing and they fight for everything. And I think you've got have that preparation to really excel in sports authoritate-, easy way address. Well, there's there you can hit the goes as well. Thank you so much Jonathan I've had absolutely wicked, Tom, and you company tonight's being brilliant and learning so much more about you. And you as a person so thank you for coming onto the podcast show. Thank you, very grateful for that. Thank you very much. Thank you once more than two Jonathan for coming on to the how to cut it podcast and for sharing his journey to becoming a global brand ambassador. Hope it encourages you to.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"So we'll a sudden I remember I did this. I did a course probably about two years ago. I asked everyone in the room, and I said the blue talking about color and machining spied about collar Neff unloved color, and I said who he could tell me who Christel Lungqvist was. And if I'm not on. I'm not sure heard her as she went British colors of the year. Three times hall of fame is one of the most phenomenal color is ever. I said who knows you guy Tang is and everyone was like may may may. And that was the first time that I realized in actual fact, the people that I looked up to the people who blew me away. But just overtaken overnight by people who have got personality on Instagram and have got this credit. And that was a big thing for me because I saw, you know, all of these people are trying to build this profile and committing so much to the industry and the betterment of addresses, and the betterment of education and pushing themselves so much to give back with things that the fellowship in hack club lied and things like that to really showcase what they do to other headdresses. You know, I feel sometimes that's just going a little bit which I got that back other. We're gonna captivating dancing on people hearing you when you becoming a brand ambassador for a massive hair..
"brand ambassador" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"I'd to here's your force on the product. It's south now, here's a question for you. How many of you have got a dream role that you would love to achieve in the hair industry. Got your answer will. Well, I hope so because it's important. It's important that we have a journey to where we are going in our careers and for me bringing you these podcasts is all about is about getting you excited so bad getting you motivated in Japan giving you an idea to want is available out there. And each one of our guests that comes on has a story to share and cough, and they have a journey a journey to where they're go in or where they've been what's brought him success in each one of us has got a slightly different take on it. And that's exactly why half you today because joining me is leading hairdresser Jonathan Andrews, and Jonathan has had an incredible journey for thirty year old or ready, and he's gone. From solemn work experience is uncalled Ceylon in Scotland to become in his dream role of global brand ambassador for lead in hack hat brand. And today he's gone to share this journey. And I promise you that you are going to get motivated. Listen, it's Jonathan. About this because he is so into the industry, but it hasn't always been that for him. And you're going to hear that he has had ties where he fell out love we've had just in. But he's captured it back, and he's always being prepared to pivot certain points in his career. And there was a point in this. And you hear it like when he was working alongside his brother in law. The celebrity has Jamie Stevenson, he was working on red carpet events working with celebrities achieve in awards doing what sign many of US Dream of. But it wasn't what Jonathan wanted. He's going to tell you why. And he's going to tell you how he is landed his dream role of becoming a global brand ambassador, and how it happened how that moment happen. So if you will dream big you dreaming of ideas, just listen to Jonathan I promise you you were going to connect with him in a way that you just will be bracing in body and of it. So I'm going to say, no more. Let's get into this episode with the wonderful Jonathan Andrews. In today's episode as you just heard in our introduction. I will probably excited to meet these fellow the after parties at the percentage of the board. So and I'm super excited to bring him onto the how to cut it podcast show. I'm delighted to welcome global brand ambassador for professional, the brilliant. Jonathan Andrew Jonathan woken to hell to cut it. Thank you for having me. I'm Matt CPR side. Thank you for the introduction. That was very nice. Very nice. Indeed. I still think you wanted to me up this joke base fine. A very honored to be here. I would never wanted. You. Would maybe at some of us have industry events, but just again through our audience if you heard me just saying about the British headdress and the walls after party I sat down next to Jonathan. We're the yeah, I come over what venue was. My first sort of meeting of my spilt, my JD and coke over him, which was a brilliant introduction. But we had a good night..
"Fiji Water Girl" is countersued by Fiji Water over Golden Globes photos
"Hey, speaking of lawsuits, Fiji water has fired back at the Fiji water girl with the countersuit. It's like this is probably the series will end up getting. You're going to sue me that I'm gonna sue you to page. Six is reporting that Fiji water is counter suing the Fiji water girl. Keleaf Cuthbert whose real name is Kelly Steinbach, isn't that weird that her chosen name is? Than the stage. Name so weird her stage. Name is keleaf Cuthbert. I can't even say it. It's hard. I don't have any sort of a list by can't even imagine how difficult it would be one. Who does imagine Silvester trying to say how would even happen? Holly. Possible. So the Fiji water girl is now being accused of biting the hand that feeds her the court papers say that she has wrongly turned on the very company that is entirely responsible for providing her he opportunity in the means to capitalize on her fleeting, fifteen minutes of internet thing, you're recall that at the Golden Globes, the Fiji water girls strategically placed herself with a tray of Fiji water behind virtually every celebrity on the red carpet. Some celebrities liked this more than others, many were not too pleased. Curtis did not pleased to be part of Fiji waters at which I think is fair if you are fundamentally against bottled water, which a lot of people are for a lot of reasons, then maybe you don't want to be part of that. She was all over the Golden Globes. And then these images Fiji water used in other promotional materials, the Fiji water girl claims that that was in violation of the contract, and they were profiting off her without compensating her and Fiji says you and your team agreed to a one year deal. That would give you an. Ninety thousand dollars salary as a brand ambassador and Fiji can use her name likeness and performance during that term. Yeah. It was going to say when she initially filed this lawsuit Calif Cuthbert, I was wondering that was hard. I was wondering what was the initial contract that she signed between herself and Fiji water being usually when somebody is signing this kind of brand ambassador contract, and you don't have a lot of leverage you're signing a lot of your rights away right to the company that you're listening. This was this after this is rain she made after she sort of went viral. So to me, it's like girl would somebody was saying you gotten more could have gotten more presumably thousand decided to try and get more another like fat chance. Rain water
Will Consumers Embrace a Fake Influencer?
"By now, you may have become familiar with influencers on social media. These tend to be online celebrities who built a reputation for their knowledge and expertise on a particular topic companies love influencers because their brand ambassadors who can encourage their followers to buy products through their postings followers. Love influencers for many reasons among them that they come across as real people, which brings us to Michaela Sousa. She's an influence her who happens to be fake, a computer generated influence, or who has taken social media celebrity to a new realm Michaela has also attracted investor interest in the start up that created her joining us via Skype from San Francisco to explain all this is Wall Street Journal reporter Eurico yori first of all tell us who came up with the idea of Michaela Souso who's also known as Lil Michaela. Well, there's a startup in Los Angeles called brewed that came up with the Kayla. It was co founded by a guy named Trevor MC federal who has a background in music. He was a songwriter and DJ. He wrote songs for people like Katy Perry and kisha. So this kind of parlays from his musical interests and wanting to create something and he created little Michaela. She seems to have taken off. And I think from there he sees potential in creating a sort of cast around Michaela cast of characters of other CGI influencers where they have interweaving storylines and Luma Killa was launched on Instagram in two thousand sixteen right? When was she reveal to be fake, she launched on Instagram in two thousand sixteen and she was only revealed to be a CGI influence or in April people did have their curiosities about her and there were questions raised. So I think that kind of added pressure to them staging her coming out as a CGI character who many followers on Instagram does Michaela have at this point right now, one point five million inner postings, your what sort of products has Michaela promoted us as she has promoted shampoos. She has more. Recently showed up in a worldwide hug campaign to celebrate their fortieth anniversary, and they put her on billboards magazines. I think she was in some of their in store displays as far as on Instagram. A she's done collaborations with high end fashion brands, particularly around the fashion week season. We'll of shelf-life to Makila and other CGI's have at this point. Oh, they seen as novelties or something more around whom storylines can be developed and products can be promoted while it depends on who you talk to. I talked to a bunch of people who are on the existing human influence or space, and they have big doubts about whether or not she can last this period of oh, she's fake. She not fake, and they're just real believers in the fact that what makes influencers different from other celebrities is that they are just like us. They have problems with their hair products in there are helping us figure out how to best dialer hair or do Frank pranks that make us laugh and and things like that. There have really just ordinary people who. Who take video blogging to a new level, whereas michaela's not humans. So she can't really feel the burdens of being human which I think is some of the authentic connection.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook
"I'm glad we are on the same page that you are not going to do that anymore. Probably not know if this is gonna take up all my time. That's fine. But going to the hair alone, it's gonna pay pretty well not as well as boys would, but still pretty good. Yeah. It sounds like I should try to get in with Doboy. She's on all the things you guys want. Why not? They have you song as kind of like, he's the guy that does most of their like brand stuff. So he's lifestyle model? Yes, I should be looking out for us Kevin, come on. Why is where where where do you have to go? I called you here. You didn't do anything now, is there a mean from your shell where you are so excited about something. I'd have to look through the file, but I'm certain. Yeah, I play a character gets pretty easily excited. Okay. So maybe I'm just picturing post. Okay, it's you excited. It's the same mean we were talking about the. Yeah, and you go and you go this for one. Do you know the predation for that? No, the t.f w you go this for win. Powell Walsh is on Hollywood handbook. It's like you being really excited and then you're just like, and then go, yeah, I feel like you guys are asking me to be your brand ambassador, but at the same time. I'm just doing ads, I guess, what are you picture it us? We'll talk about that because I don't want this to be a one-sided negotiation. Why don't you present to me your conception of being Brandon Bassett? I could just like you if you posts that maybe that are less micromanaged by you guys just kind of like, okay, you're like in, you're like, do my hair. Sorry. Well, I thought he had a good vision for my hair. So I was like cool with, but I think the actual posts, like if you wanna do my hair Sean and you wanna do my makeup but team. Yeah, that's fine because I'll I wouldn't mind help without, but I don't know how I feel about goes micromanaging. Every little thing I do on my Instagram. It's starting to make me feel like you don't care about MIR my voice or what I my my opinions are, and you just want my platform honestly say, I'm so glad that you brought this up. I was wanting to be honest with you, and I think it is time to do that. That's why we're doing this is because we do care about your voice, and we think that this is kind of what you could use right now. I don't follow. You seem sort of all over the place. I do. I feel like there's a singular kind of mission statement on my Instagram is a person your comedy, just like your material. It's all this different stuff. What if it were just, hey, I love this one podcast. I just don't understand how that is putting my message out into the world. I understand completely what you're saying being all over the place. I guess. Like if you look at my Instagram, it's mostly is photos of myself, so I don't totally agree, sell fees, but I guess my stand up kind of, you know, I don't just pick one topic to talk about myself. So I, I don't know. I just don't understand how me posting dedicating my whole Instagram account and my comedy presence. To being a fan of you guys like I don't know the benefit like that. Would relationship with your parents? My parents. I thought it was with my. Tell them what about the show? I, I mean, that's fine. I call them and tell them right now. I don't care about that. Do you want me to do that call? That would be great about the show..
"brand ambassador" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Fantasized about a role, a career, a specific job. College age, you may have tried it, you're there were certain certain work, certain roles, certain functions that you have either wondered about or you have actually done and and you love this type of work. It makes your heart come alive. You get excited about it when you're engaged in it time, slips away, do you have anything like that. I, I will say some of my my true interests and passions are sports. When I'm when I'm talking sports. People see the and I worked in the car. I worked in the craft beer industry and sales when I was doing that, they saw my pack and it's just that from a from a time perspective and a financial financial perspective, it just didn't work out. But those are things that I truly hold on. On a second. I don't like I don't like when people are cancelled stuff and out cancel and stuff out in front of me. I don't like it. What about the craft brewing? Tell me about that. What was so exciting about that? What was that role. Well, I, I was in sales representing well coup breweries over a four year period, and it was great because I was able to really talk about something that I have a true interest. It just do when I was doing festival for the brewery or different events in interacting to the public. That was great. When I was in the sales Rollo and visiting the different establishments. It was kinda just Monday, so to speak. All right, because let's talk about what you love most about it. So say it in a different way. What. Well, no, let's do this. I, I love connecting with the people and being able to talk about something that I was passionate about. There you go and that they that they share action go, there you go. So my question is, if you could have walked into the CEO of that company that brewery your these multiple brewers and you said, hey, this part of the role is sucking the life out of me, but I dig this over here. I got an idea and you knew he was going to say yes, and he said, all right, Brian. Great. Tell me exactly what you wanna do for the brewery create your own position, your own Mr. potato head. What would you have said to him? I would have said, I, I wanna be what what we would call a brand ambassador being out in the public and sharing the knowledge and the patch and of the products with them and and seeing them interact and be able to learn about the Buri, but not necessarily in a in a role of driving from one bar one retail establishments the next because. Kind of drain the life out of me. Now, Brian, did you just maybe sort of maybe kinda describe a dream role for yourself. I did. I think so too. Yeah. Yeah. So what do we do next? I'm glad you asked me. Here's what you do next, that brand embassador roll the way you described. It is not a fairytale role that exists. It might be called something else, but the function of brand embassador we're, you're out there selling the brand, but not in one to one sales calls, but you're out there with distributors are influencers, you're out there. You know, again extolling the virtues of the brand and telling the story of the brand and sharing your excitement with the story and the product. That's what you need to do. So it's two fold you are now looking for that type of role in your smart guy. You know exactly what it is even if it's called something else. So you're first looking for those roles and then you're looking for those roles with products and services and stories of brands. It you go. I dig the story. So you know that you just described your dream role, you know exactly what you're passionate about doing. You're, you're a brand storyteller. That's what you are. You like telling the good news of a brand or a product, you don't wanna be out there schlep and cold calls and doing sales calls. You want to be out there with audiences at are interested and you. That's what you love it. That's what you're great at..
"brand ambassador" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"On the beach where keep close tad and up part me take pretty pictures take a natural thing is that they have to post everything on social media like their whole life is curated on social media and it all looks great and pretty fun and amazing on the surface and then should just goes down pretty hard i'm is like what made it what made you think this is what i wanna go for since it's like it's almost kind of new thing the brand ambassador i think some people don't even know that it is oh the funny thing is last night i talked to women who said she's on a dating site and that the guys actually right no brand embassador 's yeah that it is like i guess for some guys it's type of girl that posts all the time and i think it's like something that's come up during dating she literally just told me this last night yeah there is a whole scene right where these people a lot of women but also men will you know take all these flashy pictures and be representing different brands and promoting different things and yearbook kind of explores that you know things are not always as they seem right yes i think that things are almost never they seem really i mean that's the way like to ride is that you know their stuff underneath anything that looks perfect is definitely not perfect so this seemed like a really fun world to explore i i mean i know that their brand ambassadors that have a great time and do fun things but but as far as the story went in fiction when it was really fun to just kind of go off the rails a little bit i noticed in the one of the description things that i read it's compared to the tv show unreal which obviously is interesting to us because we were in reality tv and so are you a person that watches unreal or or why i have watched it i love it i love the two main characters they're ballsy shit and fun to watch and but i am curious like is is it script it is their parts of reality tv like with the challenge that do they rip so it's not script it's not scrim but there are moments where.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"Uh with him a bigger brand ambassador for mercedes is in the category of you know somebody has to do every job in the world and that one you know i accept my burden tomlin ambassador and and every year they tell me while which cardio at it's it's got to be done you know i i i'm trying to reduce unemployment in the automotive business um i i believe in the broader and it's a great product it it you know it's uh let's not go down that whole we could talk all the time about cars incirclik uh i happen to just love garza and i love her cities and at any given moment i'm always flipping through cars because they always deep uh the mercedesbrand ambassador program until i arrived it was people like roger federer tennis raja gary mcnamara big wave surfer uh they had the first formulaone female driver have drivers of servers and explorers it all these like totally bleeding edge balls to the wall and you say donald ziegler uh you know kind of people and others me and i'm the tech evangelist so it's uh been a really fun the through i've had this it up i lead a charmed life what can i say an an a justify that but you know maybe i'd be a charm life because i'm a giver i help a lot of people so i believe in karl iv lead that you know you rack of armored.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To be on all platforms on any brand that's not on all platforms is going to be losing out on us all on their customer base you how to be on every single social media allah there is as a break and on and then when i oppose and i have all of my brands included let's just say it's a collaborative pop up and i have four different brands on there's about five hundred brands that are going to be uh something that they're doing unwanted you with themselves and that is how the business charges keep rolling and that is also how trends are formed um because they want to go one step up one step up and i'm there to really help them and elevate them to that level because there are a lot of brands also out there that think they don't need to be doing this that's the problem to many of them think that below the six most delivers a business or we've always done it this way right and so you go into these old school people in their utterly that social media stuff or will we have a page the like six likes and so they had they're not doing anything to be engaging on there i think tackling another thing you can do on social media is follow the influencers in by falling people like maybe a gear you've entered shocker simulated us he's always going to be posting what he thinks is the new trend like way before twitter blew up he was like twitter's the next thing the acting with youtube he's always on the cutting edge there's always someone that can in no more than yeah that's how i still try to follow those people right at follow as if i follow them all on another part of my business to add that i'd love to mention is that i actually bring in influence dares to host these pop up though i find somebody in the fashion sectors somebody in the bds or somebody in the tech sector that is at the forefront of what they do enshrined and i bring an end to really host that that that the movie the brand gifts them or maybe the brand new hires them to be like a brand ambassador for the evening but that is driving all of the social media that is.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"You know the driver becomes your brand ambassador every day in every ride yes and so it's as important to make sure that the drivers needs concerns you know the ways that we are communicating to them as a whole is addressed in in a way that makes them also feel important and listen to that the company's empathetic because not every day you took this famous story took on your driver saguy pot oh my gosh chest right that's not going to have in every driver not get an of driving you they're not going to get that heater association with the brand ralph said over deserves a reputation it has today you've said i want change i'm the representation of what i want to see will now your six months in what would you point to bos has your number one accomplishment now what you feel like you've been able to at least move the needle here this is that such a tough question for me because i'm such a a perfectionist in my my bars for myself hirsohi let me think about that uh or what the people around you would see i would be that number thing casino i feel i just i just i just got started you know what i mean if we i feel like why still uh you know there's so much i wanna to do but then the last six months again there this is you know a little bit complex because there are two sides to this there's one which is the job itself and we've done some great partnerships with in the nfl in highlighting our driver partners you know who are big fans nfl and put them in commercials like that was than my first three months in seventeen of those commercials by the way to help highlight how were part of the communities in the cities in which they live in drive and you know drivers necessary.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"With things that are a good fit for the kind of people who are fog but this isn't about being one this is about finding them so i think to sort of rap all of that up into how do you find a brand ambassador you go after your biggest fans you go after people who are already in love with what you do because those people are going to be the ones who are going to shout out the loudest in the hardest that they love what you do um so i think that that's probably the place that i would superb again like not on some sort of service fat that puts you with brand new ambassadors but go after the people whose liking all of your instagram photos yeah i mean i think that the most successful partnerships and we've even seen this being affiliates and having sponsors like fresh books in acuity but also being an affiliate for we've done this for paul jarvis for his milch tim course because we love them all and we love email marketing we are genuinely dork about that stuff we've affiliated convert kit again because it's a product that we both actually use and love so we are only kind of quote unquote brand ambassadors or allowing sponsors to work with us that we truly believe in and i think it should be the same way with your product too so find people who are already fans of yours and just as either maybe send them stuff and it can be a casual relationship or you could really outline it and say here's what i can give you an here's what i want in return so is kind of like more of a traditional scope of services exchange and agreement.
"brand ambassador" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"I love this island let's explain what a brand ambassador is god i don't like definitions i mean obree an ambassador is someone that you allow to be a almost cheerleader for your brantley they're gonna wear your staff or talk about your staff or other than wear and talk about what actions will they too i mean i think thoughts about it so i think that brienne ambassadors okay well let me just share because alicia asked or someone has asked when asked us if we were brienne ambassadors so i became an unofficial official brand ambassador for shop good a who is actually on our podcast but they're good friends of mine they have a really great brand and it started off by them just simply asking me if i would be willing to model in a photo shoot for them and of course i'm gonna share the images that i modeled then so is a really organic process i didn't even know the word brandon bass or at the time but then i basically asked him if i could be their official brie an ambassador because i like them and because i really like their tshirts i kind of just one in some free tshirts which is silly i'm a boss i can pay for the southern i gave her a lot of things but i just thought he would be like a mutually beneficial situation so for me like basically there's no official agreement because i'm actually not an official brand ambassador for anybody but it was kind of like hey i love your stuff and i would love to share it and i do this with some of our other bosses too like um band of weirdos so jerry she sent me a bunch of pins and necklaces and cards and things like that and so like hey him now on this podcast talking about her because she sent me stuff but i love her staff and i just love sharing eten i used to be like really anti getting stuff in sharing a benign kind of love it because they think that bosses supporting other bosses is like an awesome thing all us to say.