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Greetings mortal mammals. I’m Aaron Perlut, a founder and partner at Elasticity. For some 25 years (damn I’m old) I’ve cobbled together a diverse range of experience in journalism, public relations and digital marketing. My career started in television but that really, really sucked. Hence, I ended up as a brand reputation manager and builder working at agencies such as FleishmanHillard as well as for two of the nation’s largest energy companies. Along the way I’ve worked with a range of organizations – Fortune 500s, state governments, professional sports franchises, economic development authorities, well-funded startups and large non-profits – primarily focused on managing reputation and marketing brands across a diverse channels in an evolving media environment. All the while I’ve maintained somewhat of a foothold in journalism as my heart lies in content production, contributing to HuffingtonPost, Forbes, ESPN, TechCrunch, AdWeek, BroBible and more.
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RT @JohnOates: My Deluxe Version of 'Live in Nashville' is out today! Revisit 'Live in Nashville,' now with added intros for each #song and…
My Latest Blog Posts
I recently launched The Load Out – a music podcast recorded monthly in St. Louis at the Gaslight music venue named for an old Jackson Brown song hosted by yours truly. In it, I’ll be speaking with emerging and established musicians and working to have more intimate conversations that allow listeners to better-understand the artists, their […]
While I rarely engage in the mustache trade these days, every once in awhile, I get pulled back in – in this case by ESPN.com. Read my story on 2019’s most important sports mustaches here…..
Sam Morrow is a young, dynamic musician on the LA music scene who’s new record “Concrete and Mud” is reminding people of voices from the past like Little Feat’s Lowell George. I review in Brobible here….