White House Marketing Volunteers at Special Olympics Fall Games

Perris, CA—A team of White House Marketing representatives volunteer at the Special Olympics Fall Games in Softball and Soccer.

 

Special Olympics Southern California Fall Games takes place in several locations. For the Inland Empire, the softball and soccer events were held at the Big League Dreams in Perris, California on Saturday, October 20, 2018.

 

The athletes in attendance exceeded 1,100 in Southern California. Kaiser Permanente provides medical assistance for any athletes, volunteers, and coaches at the event at no cost. Hundreds of volunteers come together to warm up and cheer on athletes, keep times and scores, setup/breakdown sports equipment, award medals, and sell shirts.

 

Amaya B, White House Marketing Volunteer for softball, showed her knowledge of the sport by warming up the individual athletes in running, swinging, and throwing. Amaya stated, “I felt so good attending the event. I really enjoyed seeing all of the smiling faces—especially when I was cheering them on.”

 

The event marked 50 years of Special Olympics. Special guests and performers showed up to give support to the athletes who persevere in participation. The opening ceremony consists of a torch lighting ceremony, National Anthem, introduction of the teams, and each athlete taking the Special Olympics’ Oath. It says, “Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” A lesson for us all as we prepare for each day.

White House Marketing Will Expand Into Salt Lake City Market

The management of White House Marketing, a premier interactive marketing firm, recently announced their future expansion site will be in the Salt Lake City region. To accommodate this new market, managers will soon begin recruiting new team members.

 

Ontario, CA, September 03, 2018 –(PR.com)– Randy explained that the inclusion of new clients and services increased demand for staffing and is the primary reason for the company to branch out into these Utah cities. “Much research has been done on Salt Lake City and its surrounding areas,” he said. “With the expansion into this new territory, we promise to bring more jobs and promotions to the area.

“The manager has been well-trained on the clients—products, services, and promotions—and he has successfully trained and developed many people in his time with the company. He’s ready.”

White House Marketing Leader Discusses Hiring Objectives

As the company expands into the new territory, the need for additional team members is evident. The new manager noted he will be searching for new talent very soon. “We will be conducting over-the-phone and webcam interviews to jumpstart the process of adding to our team,” he said.

According to the new manager, the company has developed a strategic way of fast-tracking people to a management position. “Student mentality and positivity are the only attributes that cannot be taught,” he said. “Everything else are minor tweeks.”

One point that Randy strongly emphasized was that White House Marketing is not opening in Salt Lake City to fill positions, however, it’s more about providing an opportunity to those who want a long-term career in a business, marketing, customer service, or entrepreneurial field. He finishes by saying, “It is not for the weak; it’s a position for those who have once been weakened yet are determined to come out strong. It is not a corporate-style position, whereas one person must retire for another to move up. It is merit-based and performance-based.

White House Marketing Supports Special Olympics through Volunteering and Donations

Corona, CA, June 19, 2018 – White House Marketing has always supported Special Olympics and Special Olympics’ Athletes through financial donations online. However this year, WHM decided to go the extra mile and volunteered at Special Olympics.

EMPLOYING THOSE WHO KNOW HOW TO SERVE

Each year, Special Olympics has sponsors who will take donations. WHM has always donated money. This year, we went the extra step to volunteer. “And, boy, is it a humbling, happy, emotional, intense, organized, chaotic experience. People complain about the simple things like jobs, finances and relationships. These athletes are so grateful to have the opportunity to cross the finish lines.”, says on WHM volunteer.

 

Special Olympics is thought to be about sporting events. But, Special Olympics serves as a social community event for the athletes involved. Not only is there an opening ceremony, but there is also a dance, vendors, festivals, award ceremonies, and meet-and-greets. Approximately 1,100 athletes were in attendance this year. The sporting events arranged were gymnastics, bocce, track, and basketball. An announcement came out this year during the Long Beach opening ceremony of flag football being added to next year’s list. Athletes watched as several Los Angeles Rams showed a demonstration.

 

During and before the Special Olympics, Kaiser Permanente had testing kits and medical supplies on hand to provide the athletes with a check up at no cost to the athlete. One athlete stated during a news conference several years ago the Kaiser medical tent picked up on early signs of cancer and saved his life. He is forever grateful.

 

Special Olympics Southern California is always looking for volunteers. Volunteers can sign up via the website. This is to ensure the volunteer can select what area he/she wishes to volunteer in. A volunteer can always sign up on the day of the event by simply going to the “non-registered volunteers” tent. Volunteers are then given an assignment–whether it is to be a fan in the stands or call out names during the award ceremony.

 

WHM will be attending this event from now on. Several volunteers from SOSC made everlasting connections that they are now becoming coaches at their local chapters. WHM CEO Randy W. states, “Special Olympics is something special to me. The fact that some of my business partners took action too and loved every second of it tells me we are doing something right.”

White House Marketing extends a helping hand to those in need.

CORONA, CA – White House Marketing recognizes the rising number of homeless people in Los Angeles and decides to make a small impact for the holidays.

A White House Marketing representative, Yesica R. came into the office with a sigh of sadness under her voice one day. When she was asked, “what’s wrong?”, she stated that she was extremely affected by a viral video she saw on Facebook. The video was an interview with a homeless man in New York. He was talking about his typical days, how hard it is to find a job without having a residence, and the sadness he encounters during the holiday season by not having a home to go home to.

 

On December 22, 2017, a group of White House Marketing groups of representatives put together 150 sack lunches to hand out to homeless people. The sacks were filled with food and beverage items including sandwiches, chips, and non-perishables. All grocery items were donated by WHM employees. Each two-person group met at the office to put together sacks and drove to different areas of Riverside and Los Angeles.

Last year, it was reported that there are approximately 58,000 ho  meless people in Los Angeles. That number did not extend to surrounding areas. The Los Angeles Times came out with an article stating the reported estimated number was extremely low. The LA Times also stated in the article that “The count does not purport to tap every person who experiences bouts of homelessness over a year, but rather produces a snapshot of the street and shelter population that can be used to shape policy and distribute funding.”

So, although WHM could only reach 150 people in those areas, the tears of joy, hugs of appreciation, and happiness on their faces made the entire event well-worthwhile. Yesica says, “I really like working for a company that actually cares about what the employees care about. For someone to ask me what was wrong, ask to see the video, and encourage the food drive to take place was amazing. And, even though it was just one meal, I…we…made a difference in someone’s life today even if they don’t have a home to go to.”

 

White House Marketing shows support for Cystic Fibrosis Fighters and attends OC Great Strides Walk

White House Marketing continues to show support for those fighting different illnesses; and, Cystic Fibrosis is a major life-threatening disease. To bring in awareness for this critical disease, representatives attended OC Great Strides Event.

Press Release (ePRNews.com) – CORONA, Calif. – May 31, 2017 – “One of our employees came to me stating that her friend’s daughter has been fighting Cystic Fibrosis for almost ten years and they are doing a walk for donations in Oklahoma,”declared Randy W., the president of White House Marketing. “Knowing that we wouldn’t be able to fly everyone to Oklahoma for the walk, I decided to send representatives to Huntington Beach Great Strides so we could indirectly help this little girl, Kaitlyn.”

Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a life-threatening genetic disease that ravages the lungs and digestive system. Many CF fighters spend most days medicated and masked. Because of the attack on the immune system, it is very easy for CF fighters to become violently ill from the common cold. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the leading contributor to finding a cure and modern medicines that can help to provide relief for CF fighters.

Great Strides in Huntington Beach was held on May 21st in Orange County. The event was to raise money for a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. All of the vendors were volunteers from major corporations who donated. BJ’s Steakhouse provided pizza to all those in attendance. Water and hand sanitizer was provided by Walgreens and other companies. Orange County Fire Departments brought fire trucks for the children to get inside. Several popular singers showed up to donate their time and talent and show their support for the CF fighters.

Great Strides has events all over the nation throughout the year. Small donations are just as important as those making large donations. Every little bit helps. This particular event raised $338,926. The Oklahoma City Great Strides event (held on May 13th) raised $107,894. All donations go directly to finding a cure and new developments in technology to attack this terrible disease.

Recognizing Kaitlyn Callahan: Kaitlyn Callahan was diagnosed with CF when she was an infant. “I remember the day when I found out…here I come Google. I tried to find out everything I could to try and understand what my friends were going through. Over the years, they’ve had so many scares and so many weeks in hospitals. But, what amazes me most is that this little girl is so grateful for every happy breath she takes. A local news station did a story on her and she was holding up a peace sign with all kinds of wires and tubes connected to her body…if people were half as happy as this little girl…(smiles)…. Kaitlyn turned 10 years old on May 30th. And, all of her family and friends are blessed for another year. Happy birthday, Kaitlyn! #SaltyKat” said a close Callahan friend that works for White House Marketing in Corona.

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White House Marketing supports Epilepsy Awareness and Autism Awareness

CORONA, CA White House Marketings president is an avid supporter of bringing awareness to different charities for those suffering with different disabilities, challenges, and handicaps.

 

“Everyone knows someone—whether a family member or friend—that suffers from some type of illness,” declared Randy W., the president of White House Marketing. “I think its important to know your employees and know what is important to them.”

 

Purple Day is celebrated annually on March 26th. Although November is Epilepsy Awareness Month, every year countries all over the world come together to spread awareness on people who suffer with epilepsy. It is estimated that one in every 100 people suffer from epilepsy, which is approximately 50 million people worldwide.

 

The teams of direct marketing representatives and managers have an opportunity to see thousands of people each day. As he put it, “There may not always be an event for all our offices to attend; but, by wearing a simple ribbon, it draws curiosity about epilepsy awareness to those masses.”

 

It was not a requirement to wear a purple ribbon on March 26th; an employee started participating in it years ago. “People would ask her every March 26th ‘what is the ribbon for?’ continued Randy. “Now, years later, every single person—without being asked to—wore a ribbon on March 26th.”

 

White House Marketing representatives attend Walk In The Vines for Autism

 

April is Autism Awareness month. On April 2, 2017, several White House Marketing representatives attended Walk In The Vines for Autism. This event is held each year in Temecula, California. WHM representatives enjoyed the beautiful two mile walk, hot air balloons, and scenic views of Temecula’s Wine Country at the annual walk. According to the coordinator of Walk In the Vines for Autism, approximately 1,000 walkers were present and about 50,000 dollars was raised to go towards families with an Autistic person in the household.

 

Walk In The Vines for Autism is coordinated by Our Nicholas Foundation. Our Nicholas Foundation was started by a local family whose son, Nicholas was diagnosed with autism at a young age. So, his parents started Our Nicholas Foundation to promote Autism Awareness and provide support for families and programs for those diagnosed with Autism. One representative stated, “It is an honor to be a part of a company that has such a good heart. As the father of an autistic son, many companies don’t understand the struggles that go along with inabilities to communicate with your only child. Knowing that Foundations like Our Nicholas Foundation works to help families like mine…well, it touches my heart; I’m so proud to be attending this event today.”

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White House Marketing, Inc. Boosts Happiness

We all want to be happier, right? This isn’t to say that everyone is miserable. It’s just that gratitude and joy never get old or boring. Here at White House Marketing, Inc., we’re always seeking new ways to enhance our happiness. Fortunately, there is plenty of scientific research to guide us. Here are some proven techniques to bring quality to your life:

Immerse Yourself in Culture: Visit a museum, see a play, or try some ethnic cuisine. One expansive study found that engaging in cultural activities lowers depression and anxiety while raising satisfaction.

Keep a Diary: At White House Marketing, Inc., we discovered that journaling every day will allow you to record the joyful moments in your life. Whenever you’re having a bad day, you can feel uplifted by reviewing what you’ve written.

Listen to Sad Music: This may seem counterintuitive, but listening to sad songs will allow you to release your melancholy feelings. Research indicates that this activity provides catharsis and consolation.

Invest in Experiences: People like to buy things because things are tangible. However, while nice, material possessions aren’t what really matters. Invest your experiences into making memories. Take your family camping instead of shopping, for instance.

Time at the theater, a diary entry, a sappy song, and a picnic in the park can go a long way in creating more joy in your life. Take these suggestions from White House Marketing, Inc. and earn more happiness.

White House Marketing, Inc. on Loyalty

Workers have more options than they once had, which allows them some discernment when it comes to where and how they work. As such, employers no longer wield as much power. They must make greater effort to ensure their teams’ needs are met and that they remain engaged. According to our leaders at White House Marketing, Inc., this means managers must earn the loyalty of their people by maintaining rewarding office cultures.

There are two primary areas on which to focus when building such an environment. One pertains to collaboration and cooperation. It’s up to you to make sure relevant information is shared freely and clearly throughout your organization. In addition to a high level of transparency, most decisions and problems should be addressed using a consensus-based approach. This way, everyone will know they are valued members of the whole, and that their opinions and input matter.

At White House Marketing, Inc., we understand community and contribution to constitute the other primary area of focus in a healthy work atmosphere. People want to make a difference in others’ lives. They want their work to benefit consumers, for instance. They also care greatly about improving their communities. This makes giveback a must in any company culture.

Developing the kind of workplace that will ensure employee loyalty requires substantial investment. Without these fundamental aspects of a supportive environment, however, any effort you make will crumble. We at White House Marketing, Inc. urge you to first establish the foundation, and continue building your culture from there.

White House Marketing Helps You Identify Great Workers

It’s one thing to hire people with exceptional skills; it’s another to bring in employees who make you enjoy coming to work every day. We at White House Marketing recognize the inherent difficulty in finding peo-ple who satisfy both of these conditions. Thankfully, LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner has shared the attributes he looks for when hiring ideal employees. We’d like to share his thoughts here.

Weiner begins by finding people with the ability to dream big. He seeks individuals who can think on a massive scale without limits, because he believes that kind of vision is very inspiring to the rest of a team. In fact, Weiner believes that this type of unbridled ambition can influence the trajectory of an entire organ-ization, and we at White House Marketing agree wholeheartedly.

The next logical qualification is the ability to actually get things done. As Weiner sees it, a person has to know how to break visionary goals down into small parts in order to achieve them. He or she must also be able to overcome objections and fight through obstacles, because transformative ideas tend to come up against some resistance. In short, Weiner looks for people who can get the job done, no matter what.

What makes Weiner’s ideal employee stand out even more is the fact that he or she can have visionary ideas, persist to achieve them, and actually have fun in the process. That’s what really separates his per-fect team members from everyone else – they truly enjoy their work despite how stressful and demanding it might be.

Our team at White House Marketing hopes you can find people with the rare set of attributes that Jeff Weiner suggests.

White House Marketing Explains How to Make Millions – by 30

These days, many people finish their higher education indebted with school loans and unsure where they’re going. It’s understandable, then, that the idea of becoming a millionaire by age 30 seems highly unlikely. Nonetheless, we at White House Marketing know that there are ways for this to become a reality.

Considering the economic environment, you’ll need to start by trying to raise your income incrementally. Follow where the money is at currently; this will help you to find lucrative opportunities. While you’re at it, avoid indulgences. Stay away from fancy gadgets and other luxuries – those will come in due time.

Also, saving money is fine but investing it is better. Money really does make money. Ideally, you should earn more from your investments than from your actual work. Your debt can even make you money if you manage it appropriately. For instance, borrow for a reliable vehicle if you need to it sustain a well-paying job. Don’t acquire a credit card just because you feel like it.

Finally, our team members at White House Marketing have learned that making wealth a priority is the only way to earn it. This means outworking others and refusing to settle for mediocrity. Set the bar high for yourself; don’t put your goal at $1 million, aim for $10 million instead.

When those millions start rolling in, be sure to help others get to the top as well. Otherwise, it will get quite lonely up there by yourself and all that money won’t be nearly as much fun!

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