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Ep. 61 – Doug Burton – Head Coach of VSG Marketing

Doug Burton / VSG Marketing

Doug Burton is the founder and Head Coach of VSG Marketing. VSG is a full service marketing agency headquartered in Tacoma, WA. VSG was founded in 2003. Prior to that, Doug served as the Executive Manager of a large retail organization. Doug attended Pacific Lutheran University from 1989 – 1992 earning his Bachelor of Arts degree.

Ryan Knicely / Windermere Abode

Ryan’s story began in Staunton, Virginia. After graduating from Virginia Tech with a B.A. in Public Relations and Marketing, Ryan moved to Montrose, Colorado. He accepted a Youth Ministry Director position with 1st Presbyterian Church, and faithfully mentored, coached and walked with middle school and high school students. During the time in Colorado, Ryan decided to serve in the United States Army. read more…

Russ Shiplet / Kitsap Building Association

The Kitsap Building Association (KBA) was founded in 1955 in an effort to support residential home builders, contractors, developers and associate members of the building industry.  Serving as advocates for affordable housing, KBA works closely with Kitsap County officials and surrounding jurisdictions read more…

Pat Larsen / ZenLedger

ZenLedger is a Seattle based startup that was founded in 2017. They help cryptocurrency investors and accountants with their taxes. ZenLedger helps to quickly bring all of their clients exchange and wallet transactions together to automatically create tax forms for them. ZenLedger has thousands of customers and hundreds of millions in assets processed. read more…

Aaron Murphy / ADM Architecture

ADM Architecture was created and founded by Aaron D. Murphy, a Poulsbo, WA Architect with over 15 years of experience in both commercial and residential design, permitting, and construction documents. Over the course of his career, Aaron has been a part of designing and permitting projects of all types, styles, scopes, sizes, and budgets. He has done work within the Seattle area, Kitsap County, King and Pierce counties read more…

Alanna Imbach / Vibe Coworks

Alanna is the CEO and Cofounder of Vibe Coworks which is Kitsap’s largest and cutting-edge shared workspace and coworking environment.  Alanna is a returning guest to our podcast.  Her original podcast with us was back on August 9th, 2017!  She is here today to give us an update on Vibe Coworks and additional insight on her continued success with the business. read more…

Jackie Wood / SparkWood Events

Jackie Wood is the founder and Chief Experience Officer of SparkWood Events. She brings over 25 years of corporate marketing, strategy and event planning experience. With positions at both large corporations such Starbucks and Washington Mutualin additional to start-ups such as Qpass and Kozmo.com, she provides the leadership and overall big picture thinking for the team in addition to event execution. read more…

Stacey Ogle / Cole Graphic Solutions, Inc.

Stacey Ogle is the President of Cole Graphic Solutions, Inc., a commercial screen print and digital print manufacturer of durable decals, signage, overlays, banners, point-of-purchase displays, fleet graphics, retail graphics, and more.  Stacey and her husband/partner, Ed Ogle, worked their way up from ‘deeper than the bottom’ read more…

Arti O’Brien / Advanced Government Services

Arti is a self-driven and results oriented, strategic entrepreneur with 30 plus years of documented successes in business development, brand development and leading to increased sales.  She is a savvy negotiator leading to win/win results while effectively managing all facets of highly successful strategic initiatives. read more…

Hugh Blane / Claris Consulting

Hugh Blane is the president of Claris Consulting and is an advisor to executives and entrepreneurs for creating dramatic, positive and measurable change in the leadership of individuals and teams: guaranteed!

His work centers on helping executives and entrepreneurs challenge assumptions read more…

Russell Fuller / Fuller Living Construction

In the span of six years, Russell had transformed every section of the 1910 craftsman, including fully remodeling the basement and attic into separate apartment units. With an assortment of talents in his tool belt – from electrical and plumbing to carpentry and design read more…

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