Steve Stoute Opens The Elusive Subculture Door For Marketers
As marketers continue to seek access to the ever cooler, increasingly elusive consumer, many are turning to cultural insiders like Steve Stoute, a former record exec who now enables marketers to enter consumer realms previously off limits. Stoute puts on events and links marketers to subculture most marketers never knew existed. He's currently helping Hewlett Packard and arranged a post MTV Music Awards party hosted by Sean Combs that involved plenty of liquor and plenty of HP products laying around for party-goers to check out. He's also helped Reebok as well as hooking McDonald's up with Justin Timberlake to create the "I'm lovin' it" theme. Basically, he helps covert marketer's perception of their cool factor into actual cool factor.
Could you please forward me a method to contact Steve Stoute. If you have an e-mail address, or business phone numer, either will be fine.
Al Hanna - President
I would be interested in contact information as well.
Would like to run some marketing entertainment plans by Steve Stoute. I think we are on the same level with this. Pls provide me a way to get directly in contact with him. I would like him in on this GOOD thing.
My name is Anthony Varrone, and i was a personla friend of Steve Stoute in high school. I would like to get in touch with Steve Stoute. Steve is a personal friend of mine since high school, and we actually played in the same backfield in football at holy cross high school. If you can at least get tme an email address i would love to have it. I have been trying for years to get in touch with him. Maybe you can give him this message.
Professional Artist for the stars! Who paints celebs portraits on mirrors, yes on mirrors. Recently painted a portrait on a mirror for Jami Foxx, Mr. Chris Gardner, just to name a few. Trying to target a larger market, would love to talk with Mr. Stoute. I can be reached at email@example.com or 816.679.1030
Hello, sadly I see that I'm not as unique as I thought I was. It is very difficult to contact Mr. Stoute and I am asking for contact info. My website is bridgetmorrow.com and I have a story I'd love for him to read.