Yes, I can put you in a head lock.  And I'm a big UFC fan.

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In the last 16 years, I've been blessed to have a very fun and diverse career.  I started my career in 1999 with GSD&M Advertising in the media department then transitioned into account services for the Chili’s account. Then in 2005, I made to move to the client-side and joined the Chili's National Marketing team at Brinker International.  Later I worked for Jersey Mike’s Subs as their Director of Marketing.  In 2010 I became the Sr. Director of Marketing for Front Burner Restaurants & Twin Peaks.  I have extensive background in creative strategy, broadcast production and national/local marketing.  I have spent most of my career focused on National Promotions, TV/Radio/Online creative development and production, Digital and Social Media strategy and execution, Sports Marketing and Franchise Relations. 

In 2016 I created Eventful Marketer and decided to focus on what I do best:  Event Planning, Consulting, Brand Projects and Non-Profit Planning. If it is something outside my area of expertise I will recommend other agencies or freelancers that can get the job done.  I will always be transparent and accountable with my clients.   

​​Outside of work I am a wife to the most awesome man in the world and a mom to my little nugget of joy - Jaxon Danger.  I love UFC, football, basketball and baseball.  My dream job is to one day replace Joe Rogan as the UFC announcer.  I have a big family and am from OKC.  I am a huge Oklahoma State and Dallas Cowboys fan, love me some Rangers and Mavs and my favorite fighter... If I had to choose it would be Chuck "The Iceman" Liddell.   

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Mr. Jaxon Danger Colby.  My motivation and inspiration in creating Eventful Marketer!

My best friend, my CFO and my sweet hubby.

KJ:  The Early Years..

Dallas Business Journal 2013 40 Under 40 Award Winner

A Little About KJ...

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Me and Jax both at 6 months...I think he favors me

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