Despite spending the bulk of his career within the public sector, Rich Neumann is certainly the most “non-governmental” marketing and communications professional you’re likely to meet. Known for his unrelenting creativity and irreverent sense of humor, Rich is currently the Parks, Recreation and Libraries Marketing Supervisor for the City of Westminster, Colorado, where his duties include planning and executing special events. Some of Rich’s most recent offerings are The Zombie Apocalypse (a 9-hole golf tournament featuring live-action zombies on the course); Ballerina Dodgeball (a combination of classical ballet with everybody’s favorite blood sport); and the #StandleyMonster initiative (an open space trail initiative in which visitors hunt for glass eggs and the elusive “rainbow poo”). Rich also founded the Fringe Wilmington Festival—an annual five-day celebration of unconventional and experimental art in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.
Extreme Recreation Ahead: Practical Marketing Tips For Practically Insane Ideas
Don’t be a government automation. There’s more to events than food trucks and bounce houses. Elevate your event offerings and advertising efforts to new heights with practical marketing advice and practically insane case studies. Ryan and Rich will have you laughing and scratching your head as they share outrageous events and the successful campaigns behind them.