Achievers under 40 Profile: Mikhael Reed, Client Services and Marketing Manager, Eskimo Joe's

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Achievers under 40 Profile: Mikhael Reed, Client Services and Marketing Manager, Eskimo Joe's


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Since 1975, Eskimo Joe's has become a legend, not only in Stillwater, but across Oklahoma and beyond. Its products are sold worldwide. The corporate reins are still held firmly by founder and CEO Stan Clark. Its already high-profile image has helped leverage the newest of Clark's companies, Eskimo Joe's Promotional Products Group. Thanks to the efforts of Mikhael Reed, client services and marketing manager, Eskimo Joe's Promotional Products Group is expanding and flourishing in its 10th year in business.

Described as a dynamo by her peers, Reed's philosophy for success is simple.

"I strongly believe in doing what you say you're going to do and treating people so well they can't believe it," she said. "I have enthusiasm and passion for everything I do and I love working with people."

Reed says one of the pluses of her job is the opportunity to work with members of the community through Eskimo Joe's Promotional Products Group, Leadership Stillwater and organizations such as the Stillwater Convention & Visitor's Bureau and the Stillwater Chamber of Commerce. As one example, she used to organize the two largest events for Stillwater's United Way - the Three Amigo's United Way Golf Classic and Eskimo Joe's Juke Joint Jog.

"It was extremely rewarding to be a part of these two events and see how the monies raised impacted so many members of our community," she said.

"Mikhael is one of the most recognized ambassadors within our community," said Cristy Morrison, executive director of the Stillwater Convention & Visitors Bureau. …

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