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Meet the Local Effectv Team: Jeff Reinhardt

Editor's note: here on HamletHub, we are excited to introduce you to the team at Effectv! Over the next few months, we will spotlight local Effectv employees and learn about what they love about their community, their job, and working with local small businesses. 

Meet the Local Effectv Team!

Jeff Reinhardt, Account Executive at Effectv

Where do you call home? ​

I have been living and raising my family in Fairfield County for the past 35 years.

How many years have you worked at Effectv?

The last three years of my 30+ year career in the media and marketing industry have been spent working in the Danbury office of Effectv. Live local – work local! ​

Best part of your job? ​

I love learning about each unique business I work with: their strengths, challenges, and goals.  There is great satisfaction when one of my clients shares their success in leveraging my experiences combined with the impact of Effectv. ​

What do you love about your community? ​

I believe that community is the people within it. A great community is comprised of local businesses that thrive from the people who shop and support locals.

What do you like most about serving local businesses in the area? ​

Businesses in Connecticut have characteristics that are unique to our region. The businesses in our communities truly care about their customers, employees, and the residents they serve. I have met some really wonderful people in my career and hope HamletHub introduces me to some more! 

What is a fun fact about you?

In addition to being a media professional, I’m also a magician. Over the past two years, I’ve evolved to Zoom Performances for executives at businesses around the world.

You can reach Jeff Reinhardt, Account Executive via email  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Learn more about Effectv HERE.

For questions about Effectv services, contact Rusty Beers  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

 

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