May 16, 2011

Buzz Marketing

By Megan Pouliot, Editorial Assistant Secrets don’t make friends. Unless of course you’re talking about Three Sixty Ecotique— the best kept secret in all of Chico—which in that case would make us BFFs. A little late to catch on to this secret, my first visit to Three Sixty Ecotique occurred […]
May 14, 2011

What Tehama Group Communications taught me about life

By Caitlin Wallace, Social Media Director Everything I know about the real world I learned from Tehama Group You’ve seen those shirts, right? “Everything I need to know about life I learned from my cat…” Stuff like that. Well, I’m here to say that after the culmination of six years, […]
May 14, 2011

My dream apps

By Skylar Young, Account Executive I have never used my iPhone so much until I joined Tehama Group Communications. I find myself checking my email every five minutes and I have come to discover that in this agency, email is the new text. I depend one my iPhone so much […]
May 14, 2011

Teamwork at its finest

By Sevie Michl, Account Executive When people first think of public relations, many come to the conclusion that to succeed in the profession all you need is the ability to write and communicate well with others. After having multiple internships, and especially in my current TGC internship, I have come […]
May 9, 2011

Spinning the moral compass with social media

By Naubil Oropeza, Account Executive Last year, Nestlé spun the moral compass with social media. Greenpeace spoke against Nestlé for unethical practices associated with the production and manufacturing of its chocolate products. As a devoted chocolate lover, I was disheartened when I heard the news. Greenpeace launched a shock ad […]
May 8, 2011

Don’t tweet drunk

By Megan McCourt, General Manager Some of the things my fellow college students post on Facebook astound me. Half-naked pictures, incoherent status updates, snaps of people double-fisting drinks or passed out on the floor. I don’t care what you do on the weekend, but your future employer might. With scarcely […]