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“I have always said that everyone is in sales. Maybe you don’t hold the title of salesperson, but if the business you are in requires you to deal with people, you, my friend, are in sales,” said salesman extraordinaire Zig Ziglar. If this is true, there isn’t
Calvin Petersen is a senior studying public relations and business at Brigham Young University. He currently works at Men’s Wearhouse as a wardrobe consultant and can be seen driving around Provo, Utah, in his 1974 Volkswagen Beetle painted red, orange and yellow. He loves a project and is determined to not give up until his vision becomes reality. He is interested in branding and is preparing to work in marketing or corporate communications after graduation.
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Christina is a public relations major with a passion for branding and fashion. When she’s not finishing every assignment weeks ahead of time, she enjoys watching Tasty videos, catching up on Bob’s Burgers and finding things for more than 50% off at Nordstrom Rack.
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Amanda Jacobsmeyer is a senior in the Public Relations program at Brigham Young University from Overton, Nevada. She is currently working as a teacher at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah. She also works as a public relations specialist for The Allazo Group, an educational conglomerate. Amanda loves all things British, having “jam sessions” with her friends, and anything sugary. She is also an outspoken nerd and quotes movies in every conversation. Amanda is aspiring to work in the music industry as a public relations professional and event manager.