Campus Live CEO, Marcus Pauda, announced a list of new community partnership to begin engaging with the Texas Tech community beginning Spring of 2020.
The first of these partnerships is a new Lubbock Hero Spotlight, where Campus Live features local hometown heroes. In conjunction with Sam Meador and Jeremy Steen of McDougal Realtors, Infinity Mortgage of ABC Bank, and Boots & Badges of South Plains, this feature will highlight area first responders, law enforcement, military, teachers, and more.
“As a 13 year veteran of the Lubbock Police Dept., I am passionate about giving back to my community. I believe in the mission of Campus Live and cutting edge technology they are using to get our message out to help as many Heroes as possible,” said Jeremy Steen of McDougal Realty.
Pauda also announced a new partnership with Piper, a local women’s fashion store in Lubbock. The partnership will bring ladies in the Red Raider community together at Piper once a month for wine, fashion, and community.
“Piper is so excited to partner with Campus Live! We’ve seen Campus Lives’ growth from the very beginning and want to be a part of their continued success. We are excited about our unique and engaging events in our partnership with Campus Live,” said Shara Konechney, Owner of Piper.
“At Campus Live, our mission is simple. We exist to inform and engage the campus community of Texas Tech about the fun and exciting things happening at the school they love and these partnerships are a reflection of our mission,” said Pauda, CEO of Campus Live.
“We are excited to welcome these new partners to the Campus Live family.”
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