Monthly Archives: May 2010

2010 UNH Interns

This past semester 2009-2010, we had an impressive group of interns from the University of New Hampshire, who not only do administrative and research work for STA and our clients, but also get to join in with us in brainstorming and creative sessions.  For over 25 years, we’ve given UNH and students from many other universities and colleges the chance to get a taste of the “real”  work and process behind the development of creative ideas and successful marketing campaigns.  Our students’ fresh ideas are always welcome and helps keep STA current (especially helpful when targeting millenials).  Our interns this year, from left to right, Sabrina Clark, Briana Finnegan and Kelly Martin at UNH campus. Thanks for all your help and the many hours you spent with us.   Special  congratulations to Brianne Baity, STA 2008-2009 intern and paid administrative assistant in 2010,  for landing an assistant account executive position for a national client at Arnold Worldwide Advertising in Boston starting later this summer.

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Sean Speaks at Financial Conference

On May 21,  Sean spoke at NEFMA (New England Financial Marketing Association) Spring 2010 conference in Providence, RI. He  presented his popular  workshop, CREATIVATE,  a “roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-your-brain-going” session that proves that everyone is creative. He  also showed that you can make great ads with small budgets, and that often lack of  money can actually force you to be more creative and come up with breakthrough marketing strategies.  Sean  provided examples of effective guerilla solutions and offered inspiring tools and techniques for marketers to come up with new ideas for their own institutions’ challenges.

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Lamplighter Award for STA

Sean Tracey Associates is proud to announce that “OdysseyNH: Inspiring Journeys of Hope & Discovery” has won a Silver Lamplighter Award for Best Audio-Visual Presentation from the New England Society of Healthcare Communications. Sean Tracey got beneath the surface in this inspirational video, unearthing compelling and emotional experiences of young patients. The film premiered at an “awareness raising” event. Audience members were truly touched by the video as was evident by the tears flowing.

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