Adam T.

15645 NW Bronson Rd. ◊ Beaverton, OR 97006 (541) 285-1687 ◊ Education Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, June 2008 University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon ° Marketing Concentration, Communications Minor ° Lundquist Honors College of Business ° Robert D. Clark Honors College Thesis Title: “Application of an Employee Brand in a Small Company”

Coursework Marketing Strategy & Management ◊ Marketing Communications ◊ Consumer Behavior Sports Business ◊ Marketing Research and Psychology ◊ Business Strategy Advertising Management ◊ HR Management ◊ Operations Management ◊ Finance Experience Brand Ambassador, June 2008 – December 2008 Q Productions, Portland, Oregon ° Engaged consumers directly to convey the Crocs brand recovery message at major endurance sports event expos and finish line festivals ° Worked and lived as part of a self-motivated four person mobile marketing team ° Planned and executed travel logistics to 19 different events across the country ° Brainstormed and implemented grassroots marketing efforts intended to create memorable impressions with both runners and spectators during races ° Reported metrics and event results to Q Productions and Crocs management President – Cycling Team, October 2006 – June 2008 University of Oregon Club Sports, Eugene, Oregon ° Increased membership from 15 riders to 35 riders through innovative recruiting ° Developed and coordinated fundraisers that generated more than $7000 in club funding, effectively tripling the allotted team budget ° Coordinated logistics for spring races throughout the Pacific Northwest ° Planned and executed a local road race and time trial attended by 140 racers ° Designed jersey layout and handled ordering and distribution Executive Vice President, June 2007 – June 2008 American Marketing Association, University of Oregon Chapter, Eugene, Oregon ° Delegated weekly tasks of 9 member executive board and enforced deadlines ° Co-authored a chapter plan, marketing plan, and annual report to clearly define the mission and objectives of the organization ° Managed AMA Executive Board election process and transitioned new board members Bell Staff Manager, Summers 2005-2006 Wedgewood Resort, Fairbanks, Alaska ° Supervised 12-15 bell staff at 8 different resort buildings ° Motivated employees to perform high quality work in a high-stress environment ° Coordinated logistics of transporting thousands of pieces of incoming and outgoing luggage each week Interests Skills Cycling ◊ Technology ◊ Photography ◊ Running ◊ Golf ◊ Travel ◊ Movies Flexible ◊ Creative ◊ Highly Computer-literate ◊ Reliable ◊ Teamwork-oriented