With The Firefly Effect™ in mind, the Fall 2017 interns wanted to re-energize the annual intern blog post. This blog post expresses our passions for creativity, social media and team work. Together, we created “Tronebook” to showcase our unforgettable experiences at TBE.
From the moment I walked through the tall ceiling glass doors of Trone Brand Energy to the last day I opened them, I was welcomed by a team of employees who refused to limit themselves.
9 A.M. on a Tuesday morning, the only thing standing between me and the professional world was two heavy, ceiling to floor glass doors, staring right at the illuminated Trone Brand Energy sign hanging over the reception desk.
As ad people, we look forward to S#%*@ B$&! commercials. No, that’s not a typo or error in the code—we just don’t underestimate trademark laws. Anyway, we enjoy the competition of the commercials so much that we made it a game everyone can play.
Two weeks into my internship, I had the luxury of speaking with Kelly Mullinax, an Account Supervisor at TBE, one on one. As we sat in Kelly’s office and spoke about work, future goals and a variety of aspirations, I managed to ask a pressing question on my mind.
Saying Merry Christmas seems easy enough.
But, just like with any communication, too many objectives can make
even the simplest holiday greeting not so simple.
As college students who wanted to gain hands-on experience in the advertising industry, we all came in to our first day at Trone Brand Energy nervous and excited about what our summer internship would hold. What would we be doing? Would we meet new people and learn new things? Or would we simply get coffee and sit in a cubicle bored all day?
When I walked into Trone Brand Energy (TBE) in January for the first day of my internship in Account Planning, I was nervous, excited and optimistic. Would this advertising agency in High Point, NC be a good fit? Would I get to work on diverse accounts and be a part of the company culture?
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