THE “COPY ROCKER”
A COPYWRITER FOR ALL OF DALLAS,TX
(Creativity Consultant. Group Galvanizer. Publicizing Provocateur)
And did I mention I meet deadlines?
Happily serving the businesses and entrepreneurs of Dallas, TX (including you).
Why should YOU hire me?
Because you are tired of marketing.
You don’t have time for it.
You are sick of throwing money into a vortex of nothingness.
Why should you hire ME?
Because you are tired of the same ole’ average, boring strategies that NEVER work.
You need another way IN and that’s what I offer.
Because I am better than those who cost more and cost less than those who are better.
Because I have been in your shoes and know how hard it is to gain awareness in the increasingly loud Dallas market.
Because I don’t work with just any warm body with cash. I am selective and only accept requests from those I know I can help.
How can you justify the expense?
I am here to make you money, not take it from you. If you don’t succeed and increase revenue — I lose.
I loathe losing.
THE DALLAS AREA IS FAST, LOUD AND COMPETITIVE
You need to be heard.
To make people aware.
My job as a copywriter is to make sure the greater Dallas area hears you. That the voice of your business is communicated effectively, clearly and with authority.
NEW TO DALLAS?
Moving to a new city is a challenge, so I’ve attempted to make your transition a little sweeter.
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of my favorite places in Dallas. Enjoy!
Dallas began as a Tennessee lawyer’s hopeful dream of a trade post in 1839. The area started out as 640 acres of Native American land, carved throughout with a few rugged streets and a courthouse.
Dallas grew through the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, growing with the introduction of airports, museums, and various businesses.
In 1930, the largest oil field on earth at the time was found within 100 miles of Dallas. This turned the already thriving Dallas into a center of activity circulating around oil. The city roared with enterprise.
Then came November 22, 1963, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Dallas struggled to regain her pride in the eyes of an unforgiving world after the president’s death.
In the latter 1960’s, after boosts of pride given to them by the Dallas Cowboys, Mary Kay Ash, and the joint agreement with Forth Worth to build an airport for the region, Dallas regained her stature and place in the world.
Today, Dallas is a thriving city of commerce. The Cowboys Stadium and the Astrodome attract thousands of sports fans. Businesses rise, give way to other businesses, fall, and merge with other businesses to rise again.
You are a piece of a city that is great in the eye of the public. Your products, your services, represent the pride of Dallas. I’d like to help you be a more distinct and demonstrative part of that heritage.