Lindsey Walters is the Client Marketing Associate at insideARM.com. Lindsey conceptualizes and formulates marketing campaigns for clients in the ARM industry and also works internally on marketing initiatives. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Marketing. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she hates snow and the Washington Redskins.
From a marketing standpoint, the Super Bowl is actually something us marketers can learn from. This year while you prepare to watch the big game, pay attention to these three takeaways.
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