A5 Invests in Cutting Edge Creative Talent
Social Media Marketing is here to stay and we intend to build our influence!
October 3, 2019
We are excited to announce the official hire of Conor Lounsbury as Director of Creative Content for the A5 Family. Conor majored in communications with a focus in media studies at Kennesaw State. In his Junior year of college he got his first “real” camera and that was also his first year coaching at A5. Back then, he started doing small work for A5, little random videos here and there and then more people started to reach out and ask Conor for creative content and then from there the rest is history. Conor shares, "Jeff Choe is an amazing mentor to me and continues to help to push me as a creative and I couldn’t be more thankful for what he’s done for me."
Be sure to checkout the RoadMap Campaign
on Social Media. Conor is producing educational videos about the journey into and through A5 Club Volleyball. This is designed to showcase the passion and talent of our coaches and staff so players and parents can better understand the inside track of Club volleyball, especially leading up to tryouts. Below is the first video of this campaign rolling out on Facebook and Instagram in the month of October thanks to Conor and Jeff's creative talents. Be sure to follow us if you haven't already and share with friends!
SVC Cleaning Spree!
Gettin' ready for the upcoming Club Season!
The SVC is constantly in use which is why keeping up with all the maintenance can be a full time job! The good news is over the last few weeks a focused effort has been made to address tasks and repairs that we hope will help kick off a great 2019-20 season! The list of projects we have successfully completed include and are not limited to...
- New Gym Lights
- All Courts deep cleaned
- Bathrooms deep cleaned
- Whole interior of gym painted
- New Trophy Case Lights
- 2018-19 Graduate Commits Banner up
- New Antennas installed
- Office carpet deep cleaned
There is still a mound of lost and found items that will eventually be donated as well as a stockpile of jewelry that has been accumulating over the seasons. If you are missing any items, please look in the lost and found box in the gym by the trophy case.