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The Advertising Accounts Manager will be responsible for soliciting, selling, scheduling, and producing advertisements for local Fraser Valley, Provincial, and National service organizations and businesses in order to help CIVL raise it’s income to invest back into station operations and provide added support to community organizations that we work with, as well as raising the public profile of said advertising clients. curry two
The successful applicant will work in conjunction with CIVLs Station Manager, fundraising drive coordinator, promotions committee, and board of directors in order to effectively plan, pitch, and provide for high quality advertising opportunities to CIVL business clients and sponsors in advance of, during, and after CIVLs first annual fundraising drive. curry 2
The candidate will be responsible for assessing the value, developing a plan, and soliciting interest in and of CIVLs advertising time, as well as setting internal financial goals to achieve. air max 95
The Accounts Manager will direct volunteers regarding the scheduling and production of all live on air advertisements and sponsorship mentions, and develop a long term plan for sustained advertising development at CIVL through market research and client surveys. mens nike free run
This is a Canada Summer Job, and as such the applicant must:
Be between the ages of 15 and 30 at the start of the employment
Have been a full-time student during the previous academic year, and intends to return to school full-time for the next academic year.
Have a background in business, marketing, sales, and/or advertising/promotions
Be capable of self-directed work
Be outgoing and communicative
Possess excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Be comfortable working with volunteers of various skill levels
Experience in radio or community organizations is a benefit
10.25/hr + Commission
12 weeks, 40 hr/wk
How to Apply:
E-mail Resume and Cover Letter to email@example.com with the subject line “Accounts Manager Application”
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The first set of curve-balls thrown at this year’s #CIVLBattle reared their awkward head in week 3 of round 1, which saw Aldergrove’s Hrdwtr, Abbotsford’s Poppy and the Pistols, and Mission’s The Nacaals, who replaced Surrey’s Kara Kata Afrobeat Group last minute due to a scheduling conflict. nike free 2.0
The set-up made for excitement enough, with a surprise entry from the highest rated submission not originally included in the initial 18 band competition, as was pared down from the whopping 47 submissions CIVL received from bands across the Fraser Valley. nike free v3
But as Randy Bauchmann famously said, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet! nike free run kids
Though Hrdwtr performed admirably in their opening slot with no shortage of catchy and well orchestrated tunes, it was The Nacaals and Poppy and the Pistols who finished off the night with, of all things, a tie for first place! new balance 1
Poppy and the Pistols; One of two week 3 winners!
Both bands will now advance to the playoff round, and all bets are off for what happens in the next three weeks of preliminary competition!
Surprise last minute additions, The Nacaals make out with a week 4 tie to move on!
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Stay tuned for next week when Abbotsford rock quartet Minnesota Nice, Langley ska-punkers Guts and Glory, and Abbotsford post-hardcore virtuosos Losses square off in what is bound to be one of the barn burner nights in this first round of the #CIVLBattle!
Fraser Valley’s Battle Of The Bands is off to a strong start, showcasing the talent of both seasoned veterans and energetic newcomers in the Fraser Valley music scene. The younger acts (like Casinos) have the clear advantage of energetic crowd participation, seeing a rush of fans and acquaintances fill the dance floor with loud cheers and polite dance moves (awkward sidestepping mostly, it’s all the rage these days). Meanwhile the long committed acts (like Old Mare) have the advantage of confident stage presence, having spent the greater part of ten years learning how to balance fatherhood with touring, translating the craft of musicianship into the writing and recording process of full length albums, and building a strong fanbase to share their work with. Seeing both sides of the artistic spectrum share stages is indeed a fascinating experience. Lonely Cave Kings from Langley played a solid set and nicely complemented the other two bands. stephen curry basketball shoes One would be tempted to call the results a popularity contest (with Casinos taking 1st prize while Old Mare placed 3rd), but to say one act is better than another would unfairly discounting the advantages and disadvantages faced by both artists. If anything the success of a Battle Of The Bands contest should be judged by the sense of shared creative expression it is able to inspire, not by who the eventual top prize is given to. nike free women air jordan shoes for men
The fun continues next week with an equally diverse line-up with Folk-rock group Hrdwtr, from Aldergrove, Langley brothers Poppy And The Pistols playing alternative rock, and Surrey Kara Kata Afrobeat Group.
You know the drill – This Saturday (May 18) Aftermath, UFV. Doors at 7pm, Show starts at 7:30pm. $5 Cover. new balance usa
Come out and support your favorite band – who will it be? nike air max premium Lonely Cave Kings Often compared to artists such as The Gaslight Anthem, The National, Kurt Vile, and Franz Ferdinand, Lonely Cave Kings are fast up-and-comers with a passion for creativity and a penchant for composing memorable music that will keep your toes tapping while reminding you what nostalgia feels like. nike air max sale
Casinos Casinos are Alex Vevers, Kier-Christer Junos, Zachary Keely, and Mitchell Trainor. A four-piece originally spawned from the hormone-soup that is high school, the members of Casinos know each other very dearly; their beloved project has gained a meaning beyond simply playing shows. This, is where life refreshes itself. nike womens free
Old Mare Old Mare released Their EP,”YOU DESERVE MORE” in January of 2012. The project sat in the top 10 charts on CIVL for a number of weeks. Old Mare’s sound has expanded since the release and they look forward to sharing it with all their friends at the Battle of the Bands. nike air max women
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This past weekend, local Abbotsford high school phenoms Yes Men Jr. shocked and awed the audience with their masked performance of psychedelic kraut-drone, disappointing the scenester faithful by finishing third behind runners up 7th Avenue, whose homegrown brand of good ol’ rock’n'roll coasted them into an easy 2nd place, just behind Week 1 champions, Abbotsford’s own Merciful Angel. what type of shoes does stephen curry wear
Mission's 7th Avenue!
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Remember, every band still has a chance to make it into the playoff round through online fan voting, and we’ll let you know how that works as soon as you check back enough times! nike air max 90 mens
So stay tuned and get ready to be the difference maker in this competition!
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Bands will be judged based on: originality, musicianship, song writing, stage presence, & crowd response. Winners from each week will go onto round two. There will be a vote at the end of the these rounds to allow three wildcard bands into the second round.
This Saturday marks the first week of the first round for the Fraser Valley Battle of the Bands at Aftermath on the UFV campus in Abbotsford. new balance 999
Competing will be 7th Avenue, a rock and blues band from Mission, synth-punk trio Yes Men Jr. and traditional thrashers Merciful Angel, both from Abbotsford. Come out to hear some of the Fraser Valley talent and help them win industry prizes from Long & McQuade, Tractorgrease multi-media, Jayme Anne Photography, and Five Acres Studio. air max 24 7
Doors at 7, show starts at 7:30pm, $5 cover. All ages. nike free 5 0
7th Avenue is originally from Mission B.C. The band has been playing for well over a decade. Their music is well known to the local fans in the Fraser Valley. Valann Dupuis, Clayton Burch, and Kevin Wall are the original band members. Lorne Penner on Bass and Johnny Rocksteady is the drummer.
Yes Men Jr is a local Abbotsford-based synth-punk band featurin’ lean mean beatnik teens on a bankrupt budget.
47 bands submitted applications from Chilliwack all the way to Delta. A panel from CIVL has pared it down to 18 bands representing a mix of genres including rock, blues, pop, funk, metal, punk and world.