The Glo team consists of an experienced team of marketing professionals who’ve joined together with the sole purpose of producing strategic and effective marketing communications to help small and medium-sized businesses. We're creative types that just want to do good work (and have fun doing it). We are passionate about what we do, and aren't afraid to show it.
With over 15 years of marketing/advertising experience, Tammy Pereira understands the benefits and the pitfalls of the corporate world. So she built a team of like-minded professionals who love what they do.
Tammy began her career working on marketing and advertising projects for large companies such as Bush's Baked Beans, Owens Corning, May Company Department Stores, Progressive Insurance and R. L. Polk and Co. Transitioning to the digital world, Tammy has helped launch websites for a variety of companies including Motor City Auto Spa, Class Appraisals, Premier Hospitality Furniture and many more. She is actively involved in every GLO project from concept to completion.
View Tammy's LinkedIn profile here.
Great creative writers don't grow on trees, they swing from them, and if Jeff was taller he would. Jeff Stone brings over 20 years of experience planning, writing and managing marketing communications that break through the clutter, create response and drive results.
Having put in time at some of the top agencies in Detroit, he has created and written effective campaigns and projects for Ford, Chrysler, GM, Volkswagen, Owens Corning, R. L. Polk & Co. and more.
Jeff is an active member of the Direct Marketing Association of Detroit.
Chris spends her leisure time reviewing the fonts on billboards and the colors on food packaging. She loves design. More importantly, she loves design with a purpose. Perhaps the world’s first creative analytic, Chris is a client-focused tornado of graphic excellence. She has focused her brand-building brilliance on such companies as Olga’s, Sanders, Baja Fresh, CBRE, and FoneGear.
Dan Lawlis | Illustrator | Crayon Wrangler
As you read this, Dan is sketching something amazing. He spent the first ten years of his career drawing for Marvel comics and various other publishers. Today, he is a sought-after illustrator and storyboard artist. He has drawn over 5,000 frames for clients like Dutch Boy paints, Minute Maid, Krylon, UPS, Walmart, Six Flags, Blockbuster, Bissell, and all of the auto companies. His work has helped give personality and flair to websites for Chazzano® Coffee and Detroit Elevator Company.