Inbound Team Grows with the Addition of Chuck Farmer
December 18, 2019 (ST. CLOUD, MN) - Leighton Interactive continues to grow the team of inbound specialists announcing Chuck Farmer as the latest new hire. Farmer began his journey with Leighton as an intern, and within weeks was added to the team.
Farmer developed a passion for writing and marketing at the University of Arkansas where he holds two degrees in Advertising and Public Relations, as wellas Political Science. He refined his skills working as a reporter for two collegiate news publications, and has served in managerialpositions in both student government and registered student organizations.
Alison Schroeder works closely with recruiting and managing agency interns and helped bring Chuck into the Leighton Interactive fray.
"I knew immediately after receiving Chuck's internship application that he was special. There was just something so refreshing about his confidence and assurance that came to life once we met. His talent, drive, and personality make him an excellent culture fit at Leighton Interactive and I'm excited to watch his talent only increase," said Alison Schroeder, Content Services Manager.
He believes storytelling through marketing is one of the many ways to connect people in an era yearning for connection. In his role, he will support clients by executing social media, inbound, and content strategies. Farmer will support Amanda Sleger's clients and account team.
"Chuck will be delving deeper into the world of inbound marketing to become an expert with our preferred marketing tool, HubSpot. With Chuck's passion for marketing, he will help our clients to deliver on the big picture by implementing strategic marketing campaigns," said Amanda Sleger, Leighton Interactive account manager.
Farmer spends most of his time listening to podcasts and audio-books at 2x speed when he's not nurturing his addiction to YouTube. He made his way to Minnesota to be with his loving, supportive girlfriend and an even more loving dog. He has not experienced a Minnesota winter yet, and welcomes any tips for staying warm.