Tag Archives: Franchise

Slurpees®, video rentals, and a horse farm. How Jim Notarnicola, Partner and CMO at Brix Holdings, leveraged a diverse background and six Red Mango® locations into a growing portfolio of ‘better-for-you’ brands.

Jim states that he’s only had two jobs…selling Slurpees® and renting movies. Responsible for giving a whole generation of teens and tweens “brain-freeze” with his iconic 7-Eleven® commercials, Jim has established a permanent place in the upper echelons of advertising fame. We’ll get to the horse farm. So how does his diverse background lay the […]

John Henry: Shares how he is steering an iconic brand through unprecedented marketplace pressures.

For CMOs, moving from one brand to another and the acclimation to a new industry that needs to take place is challenge enough. That the brand is in an industry with unprecedented marketplace pressures takes someone like John Henry, CMO of Caron Treatment Centers. Guiding Caron Treatment Centers through tectonic marketplace changes is a career […]

Jason Silfies: Correcting marketing misperceptions in a competitive industry to achieve new levels of growth

I’ve known Jason Silfies, Vice President of Marketing and Technology at Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC, dba Coldwell Banker Commercial Affiliates, for over ten years and find him to be one of the most rational, engaged marketing executives in the franchise and commercial real estate industries. We wanted to include him and the Coldwell Banker […]

David Buckley: Top three misperceptions that derail local marketing success for franchisors and franchisees

I met David Buckley, Chief Marketing Officer for Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores at a workshop on franchise consumer marketing I moderated recently. As a panelist, David generously gave of his time and most importantly he shared unguarded insights about brand and local marketing challenges and successes that the Sears Hometown & Outlet Stores franchise […]