Mirus Marvel of the Month – Paige B.
We are kicking off the summer with our June Mirus Marvel of the Month, Paige B! Congratulations, Paige!
One of our clients put it perfectly when he said, “I think it is important to recognize a job well done and have to say that Paige was the best agency person that I have worked an event with.” Paige brings her high energy and passion to each promotion and event, truly exemplifying the Mirus Promotions vision for its clients.
Please continue reading to get to know more about our June Mirus Marvel of the Month…
1. What’s your “Mirus Must Have” brand or product you have represented?
I would have to say Unibroue. It has become one of my favorite brands after representing them for a handful of events. Everything from how the brand was created down to the product itself, Unibroue has left a lasting impression on me. I would recommend it to anyone!
2. What’s your favorite activation you’ve worked with us?
I more than LOVED working the Brews and Blues festival at the Springs preserve! I have participated in numerous beer fests and I can honestly say it’s on the top of my list. I lived in Charleston, South Carolina for many years; a city that is internationally known as a culinary and beverage destination. This festival can 100% compete. The atmosphere was lovely and the crowd was extremely enthusiastic about the event and all the brands involved. I had an amazing time and can’t wait to revisit next year!
3. What motivates you to work hard at Mirus Promotions?
Julie Seal and Claire Susick are amazing individuals to work for. They are always appreciative and the company always provides great communication on all fronts. I am motivated to go above and beyond for not only Mirus, but our clients as well. Mirus sets the bar high and the view from here is a great one!
4. If you could live in another country for two years, which country would you live in and why?
I would say New Zealand. I really love the outdoors and from what I’ve seen and heard, New Zealand is one of the most breathtaking, soul transforming places you visit. From the culture to the people, it is on my destination list. Give me waterfalls, rugby, and vast mountain ranges all day!
5. When did you accept a dare that you later regretted?
Well this is more of a dare that I didn’t accept and then later regretted. Crowd surfing at Bonnaroo. I go back to that moment in my head all the time. When the chance arises again, I won’t be passing it up.
6. What is one of your biggest accomplishments?
I have to say moving across the country on a whim. I moved from Charleston to the West Coast in 2014. Picking up everything and leaving familiar is not easy, but it’s been quite the adventure. I feel beyond blessed to have experienced all that I have and am amazed what I am capable of.
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