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#WrasslinWithCharacter

The National Wrasslin' League captured the value of old school late 80's—90's professional wrestling with character driven personas, hard hitting story lines and an I–70 corridor rivalry between St Louis and Kansas City. It's wrasslin' with character, pure and simple.

Every other weekend matches were held in either in Kansas City, or St Louis. I was in charge of designing billboards, graphics, maintaining and managing social media, as well as generating hype through street team gorilla style community out reach and events with our partners. 

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Marcone Supply

Managing the Marcone Supply social media was 99% customer service. Although I did create the cover photos for the Marcone Supply and Marcone Servicer's Association facebook pages. The only content we put out was for updates on holiday hours and to promote conventions.

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  • Drunk Punk Cooking And Other Cool Stuff, But Mostly Drunk Cooking
Drunk Punk Cooking And Other Cool Stuff, But Mostly Drunk Cooking
Drunk Punk Cooking

This was the monster that started it all.

My e-commerce homework assignment. It started as a joke and pretty much stayed that way as a meme shit-posting page, but my dream was to combine my passion for food and punk rock and hope that one day I would end up like Anthony Bourdain. The silver lining here is that it taught me a lot about analytics and paid promotional content. I never paid more than $5 at any given time and that's all it took to piss off the entire Cook Island chain out of my own ignorance. I guess it's sacrilegious to cook with magma (who knew?) but that went viral for all the wrong reasons. It also taught me a lot about different cultures. Bad publicity is still publicity, right?