05.12.2016

Q & A with Bri Nellis

Get to know one of Sparq’s summer interns, Bri Nellis! 

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Q: Where do you attend school and what are you studying there?
A: Currently, I’m attending Clarion University and studying Communication, with a minor in Marketing.

 

Q: What’s your dream job?
A: Digital marketing for Oscar Mayer, while driving the Hotdogmobile across the United States!

 

Q: At which store would you like to max-out your credit card?
A: Nike!

 

Q: Which storybook/cartoon character do you relate to?
A: Mulan-always up for adventure and would do anything for my family!

 

Q: What’s your favorite part of the digital marketing industry?
A: My favorite parts are using social media to directly communicate with the consumers, as well as thinking of creative ways to engage and expand the reach your intended audience.

 

Q: What was your favorite TV show when growing up?
A: Growing up, I was definitely all about playing sports and therefore my favorite TV show was definitely Rocket Power. I even bought roller-blades and a hockey stick to be just like Reggie. I also, weirdly remember watching a lot of The Price is Right. *laughs out loud*

 

Q: Do you have any strange phobias/fears?
A: Forgetting my Netflix password…

 

Q: What is the best thing you’ve crossed off your bucket list?
A: while studying abroad, I had the opportunity to go canyon jumping off the Swiss Alps in Interlake, Switzerland and that was definitely a bucket list item that was crazy to cross off!

 

Q: NSYNC or Backstreet Boys?
A: I was a fan of both back in the day, but I’m going to have to go with NSYNC.

 

Q: How do you take your coffee?
A: With just a little creamer!

 

Q: What is your favorite part of interning at Sparq?
A: The people!

At Sparq Designs we thrive on our ability to create and foster relationships; relationships between brands and consumers, and the relationships between our clients and ourselves. Internships are one of the most valuable experiences a student can gain during their undergraduate studies. While classroom work is important, real experience can help get your foot in the door when you enter the workforce. Learn about internship opportunities at Sparq Designs here.

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