Hard work pays off at 2013 Bassmaster Classic

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Last week, Heather and I had the great opportunity to see a lot of hard work come to fruition as we attended the 2013 Bassmaster Classic in Tulsa, Okla. We spent months planning, strategizing, planning some more – and finally it came time to see everything come together.

2013 Bassmaster Classic

This is a collection of some of Heather’s favorite moments from the 2013 Bassmaster Classic.

I’m proud to report that all of that hard work paid off. The media covered the event in spades and the process was smooth – what more can you ask for?

I wanted to take a moment, though, to brag on Heather and use her as an example of how keeping a positive attitude (and a smile) can make all the difference.

I received this email earlier today from Steve Chapman at Florida Fishing Radio, one of the media outlets in attendance at the Classic. (You can read the full email at the end of this post). The fact that he took the time to send me such a wonderful note praising Heather and her efforts just proves even more what we already know: that she’s a super star on a team of super stars!

Kim and I like to say we work hard and we play hard around here. When we receive notes like this, it makes all the long hours, the blood, sweat and tears we pour into a project so worth it.

Steve, thank you for taking the time to send positive feedback our way. Heather, THANK YOU for being such an incredible member of our team. We couldn’t do it without you.

Liza,

Good morning,
 First and foremost, I am not the greatest writer or communicator over email and would rather call or talk in person. I rarely do this for someone unless I feel like the person I am writing about didn’t go above and beyond. In fact, this might be the second time I have written an email for someone. And that is why I am writing to you about my experience this weekend at the BASS Master Classic and your employee Heather Miller.
 
Heather Miller is the greatest thing since sliced bread.  She worked tirelessly on setting up our remote broadcast at the launch for Fishing Florida Radio.  From getting the phone line and all the other things we needed, to bringing in elite anglers for us to interview she went above and beyond.  We also persuaded her to join us for a quick interview and thanked her for all the work on the air too, but afterwards she was able to get us out with a boat to take pictures and video while they were fishing.  And we were not scheduled to do that, and it was awesome.  During the show at the launch, during the convention, at the hotel and more, she always had a smile on her face and was warm and welcoming…. something I am not unless I know the person, but she made even me feel cool.  I don’t think we would have been as successful as a show without Heather in more ways than I can think of right now.  It was a very long and weird weekend for me and the show, and without Heather’s help we would not have made it.  Heather alone is one of our bright points!
 
She’s gold in my book!
 
I hope this finds you and your company helpful, as I will also be sending this to our BASS so they know that Full Circle PR is the BOMB!
 
If I can EVER be of help, please feel free to contact me and that includes helping promote anything or anyone on our network of stations here in Florida.

Cheers and tight lines,

Steve Chapman
Co-Host of Fishing Florida Radio: Florida’s largest LIVE outdoor show
Saturday mornings 6-9am on Florida’s Largest Sports Station 740 The Game and syndicated on 1230am WBZT in 
South Florida. Check us out online at http://www.fishingfloridaradio.com for past shows. Past shows available online
at iTunes and interview segments available on iTunes also
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