Amanda is our Account Executive, which means she keeps the account managers, and Charles, in line and on track. She makes sure the client is happy and receives the best marketing services possible. We hope you enjoy learning more about her!
How long have you worked at COMO Marketing?
What is your favorite thing about working here?
Working with our clients and my fantastic coworkers!
What is the best part about your job?
Being able to see the results of all of the hard work that was put in for our clients. I love it when the client’s goals are reached or exceeded!
What is your favorite memory while working here?
Probably when Charles Bruce III microwaved fish in the breakroom and was publicly admonished on Facebook.
What is a fun fact about you that most people don’t know?
I wanted to be a veterinarian when I was a kid! That may explain the almost unhealthy obsession I have for my two dogs! 😊
Where are you from?
Born and raised in Columbia, but have lived in Illinois, St. Louis, Hilton Head, Maryland, and the Bahamas at various times in my life.
What is your favorite restaurant in Columbia?
Who is your celebrity crush?
I have three…Kevin Costner and Alan Jackson (even though they are a bit old for me, lol) and Chris Hemsworth.
If you could leave tomorrow and go anywhere in the world, where would it be?
If you won a million dollars, what would you do?
Go to Australia and see some kangaroos. Probably other things too, like start up a doggy day care or invest it in real estate to buy and flip houses. But definitely kangaroo viewing in Australia before anything else.
What is your favorite childhood movie?
Anything with Arnold Schwarzenegger. I have 3 older brothers, so I didn’t have much of a say in which movies we watched!
What is the best concert you’ve ever been to?
A big one for me was when I took my dad and his best friend to see George Jones in Savannah back in 2012. Not the best performance per say, but it was a great night out with my dad who was a HUGE fan of George Jones!
Who is your role model?
Probably my parents. They were both hard working, always there for all of us, drama-free and easy going, and they managed to build and run their own business while raising 4 kids who turned out to be (for the most part) decent adult humans. Good job, Mom and Dad!