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.

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