Shelby Mc Intyre
- Abilene, TX US
- [email protected]
Responsible for the print media design, website management, social media, filming, editing, production, and distribution of multiple non-profit organizations promotional campaigns. Including:
• The 2012 & 2013 Big Country Fellowship of Christian Athletes All-Star Festivals football, basketball, and volleyball games.
Filmed all of the games, practices, and events throughout the week.
Edited all of the footage together into highlight reels.
Burned the games and highlight reels to DVD, and delivered them to the FCA Director.
• The 2012 & 2013 Hardin-Simmons University Fellowship of Christian Athletes Leadership Camps.
Filmed the introduction video shown to all campers on the first day of camp.
Filmed the activities every day and had a daily highlight reel edited together by evening worship every night.
Created slideshows for morning worship every day. • The 2013 Hendrick Home for Children’s Dancing with the Abilene Stars annual fundraiser.
Researched, organized, and collected data for the 2013 media guide, as well as designed posters.
Designed digital and print billboards, as well as coordinated advertising with Lamar Outdoor Advertising.
Filmed all dancer introduction videos that were played prior to their dance at the event.
Filmed the 2013 Dancing with the Abilene Stars event. • The 2012 “Charles Goodnight Restoration Project” in Amarillo/Claude, Texas.
Responsible for shooting and editing interviews for various videos regarding “The Charles Goodnight Legacy” videos
Responsible for all social media.
Responsible for web design and upkeep, including www.goodnightbook.org, and
www.goodnightlegacy.com. • The 2013 Texas Forts Passport promotional campaign for the Texas Forts Trail Region.
Responsible for the web design and upkeep of the Texas Forts Passport project through the Texas Forts Trail.
Responsible for all video shooting and editing of the Texas Forts Trail Tour in 2012.
Responsible for the design and production of player and official media, as well as communicating, gathering print/digital media, and maintaining a healthy relationship with all sponsors regarding the Action Sports Medicine Champions Classic Football Kickoff Weekend.
Responsible for designing, printing, and packaging of all of the player, coach, and official locker tags and luggage tags.
Responsible for the delivery, pick-up, and communication of information between the Director of the Sports Alliance and the various trophy, t-shirt, and sponsorship companies.
Responsible for gathering all volunteers for Thursday and Friday night football games.
Responsible for hanging banners, setting up tables, writing on field and press box scripts for during the game, writing short sponsorship messages during time-outs.
Responsible for communication between the Champions Classic Committee and all major sponsorships in Abilene area.
As an intern for the Texas Forts Trail, I was responsible for keeping the calendar of events updated, as well as including any cities or tourist sites that were not yet listed. I also aided in the planning of a round-up event in February 2014, which consisted of reserving a venue as well as a keynote speaker, contacting various restaurants for catering bids, and researching a date that had no conflicting events.
As a marketing intern, I was responsible for reviewing all websites containing information or consumer reviews about Briercroft. After reviewing, I was responsible for contacting the websites with any false or incorrect information regarding Briercroft, and having it corrected. Along with reputational management, I aided in the development of a mobile application for Briercroft, and polished the web image and online presence of Briercroft Fire & Water Restoration, as well as increased their internet visibility by 30%.
While I was with the Texas High School Rodeo Association, I was responsible for media hospitality throughout the week, this included making sure their brand was visible at all times, and making sure they were comfortable at the rodeo venue. I arranged daily interviews between all local radio stations and rodeo contestants, and supervised andy contestant activities, such as the Ariat Olympics, The Special Kids Rodeo, Egg tosses, and truck pushes. I maintained media interview schedules, and provided support for the THSRA Marketing Director.
As a student worker, I was responsible for the maintenance of all athletic facilities at Hardin-Simmons University. I also insured the correct use and maintenance of all equipment.