JÅGERMIESTER RECRUITING NASHVILLIANS TO JOIN POP-UP AGENCY LAUNCHING CONCEPT56 MARKETING CAMPAIGN
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Thursday, March 17, 2016) –Nashville-based creatives are invited to apply for Jägermeister’s Concept56 campaign beginning today until March 30th. Concept56 originated in Amsterdam, landed in the United States for the first time this past December in Detroit, and has selected Nashville as its second stop. The project will bring together five talented individuals, aged 21 and up, for six months to learn real-world marketing skills and run a unique local campaign.
Once hired, the team will operate out of an East Nashville pop-up office designed by Kate Mills (Kate Mills Designs), receive a salary and full-time coaching from local professionals, and participate in weekly inspiration sessions led by influential members of the community such as Mike Grimes (The Basement East and Grimey’s), Bryan Deese (Rex2), and Andrew Mischke (Show This).
Structured like a traineeship, Concept 56 participants will gain a hands-on experience by truly immersing themselves into the ins and outs of the creative industry while making key decisions and overseeing a budget. The team will gain mentorship from local firms such as FoxFuel Creative, redpepper, and ST8MNT. The positions available include: project manager, copywriter, graphic designer, marketer and event manager. Applicants must be able to commit to at least three days per week beginning in May and extending into October.
To be considered, an application must be submitted by March 30th. Before announcing the team, hopefuls will be invited to interview and make a case for why they would be the right person to participate in this unique project. The selection process is highly competitive. Only five of Nashville’s top talents will be selected.
For more information, please visit www.concept56.net.
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