Gary George is amongst the newest members to join the Susco Media team.  In his position as Senior Marketing Consultant, he will primarily work with local businesses within the communities of 92128 and 92064.  His goal is to assist them with their marketing platforms by utilizing the Susco Media family of magazines and other multi-media products and services.

“We are excited to have Gary join the team,” said Publisher Derrick Breaux.  “His history and familiarity with the local community, extensive sales experience, and overall understanding of the marketing concept makes him a tremendous asset to our company and our advertising partners.”

Gary moved to the area nearly 10 years ago.  “I did some research and determined that the Poway School District was where I wanted my daughter to attend.  She graduated from RBHS in 2010 and now attends SFSU seeking a dual major in English and Broadcast Media,” says Gary.

Over the last decade, Gary has worked in advertising sales for a number of local print publications including The North County Times, The San Diego Business Journal and most recently, The Pomerado Newspaper Group.

“I was attracted to working for 92128 Magazine because of the focus on families, businesses and events within our communities,” adds Gary.  “I really like how 92128 Magazine gives the area businesses the opportunity to ‘join the party’ and present their business as an integral part of their community.”  Gary’s advice to local businesses: “Establish your brand and build your business by thinking long-term.  Market yourself in well-read, high visibility publications such as 92128 Magazine.”

The addition of Gary takes the total number of the Susco Media team to 16 members.  “We are extremely fortunate to be surrounded by a dedicated team filled with talent, energy, creativity, and most importantly, passion,”says Breaux.

Susco Media published its first magazine (92127 Magazine) in November 2009 with 1 full-time and 2 part-time employees.  “Watching the company grow to 16 people has been an amazing transformation,” said Art Director Tyler McElhaney, who has been with Susco Media since the beginning.  “The energy and buzz that is flowing around the office keeps things fresh and exciting.  We are surrounded by a great group of individuals that each bring something to the team.”