I have been at KELLETT now for just over a month and half and I’ll be honest, I didn’t know what to expect when I started. I didn’t really know what I was going to be doing orwho I would be working with, I just knew it was a good decision and that it was.
Yellowknife is a small town with a competitive marketing industry which is why the past couple weeks have been somewhat awkward for me. I’m so use to publicly shouting out what I am doing on a regular basis, but with this I couldn’t. To make matters more awkward I have a good relationship with many of the people that work with these other companies and I certainly hope work aside we can continue that.
What I am referring to is of course the Northwest Territories Tourism Account, which KELLETT has submitted a proposal for.
I’ll tell you right off the bat that tourism, especially in the NWT, is something that I have a deep passion for. It is something that I have thought about for many years stemming back to before YkOnline.ca, to the days when I worked for a tourism operator. This place is my home and I want to share it with others.
As the proposal was coming together I was ecstatic to be apart of it. There were so many aspects that were getting me pumped about the future. The first was all the really creative ideas we talking about as we were building the proposal and of course the second was the team. I have come to learn that the team I’m working with is one of the best and no matter the project they will be a blast to work with. The late nights with them at The Black Knight are fun too.
I know no matter the outcome I will work my best to do great things and to think different.
To kind of show some fun in what we were doing I came up with the idea of the following video, shot and edited it together. It is staring friend, James Rubec, as the hyper active northern delivery boy.
I ask that you share this post or the video around to help spread the word that KELLETT and myself are in relentless pursuit.