Archive: Jeffri-Lynn Campbell

Jeffri-Lynn Campbell found her passion at age 15 with her first byline in Bangor Daily News, Bangor, Maine. She is convinced you get ink in your blood and can’t ever really leave publishing behind after that. From journalist to advertising sales person to operational manager, Jeffri-Lynn loves all things dealing with graphics, aesthetic design and the written word. Jeffri-Lynn moved from Maine to Oklahoma in 1986 to attend Oklahoma City University where she attained a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with emphasis in advertising, public relations, magazine editorial, radio/tv/film and news gathering. She then went on to get her MBA at OCU and applied that education as Associate Publisher of Oklahoma Gazette newspaper and Publisher of okcBIZ magazine in Central Oklahoma. Jeffri-Lynn now lives in Arizona where she is entrenching herself into the local business community more and more every day. She grew up with a dad in business for himself and as such, has a real affinity for independently-owned and operated businesses. She also loves sharing good news.

Balloon Fiesta attendance and impact flying high.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. —The 44th Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta attracted an estimated 955,703 visitors to the area – up more than 100,000 and almost 13 percent over 2014’s estimated attendance. STR Inc. reported a 5 percent increase in hot ...

Green Jeans Farmery putting hundreds to work.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Green Jeans Farmery held its grand opening today after one year of development. The new shipping container development put 100 people to work while under construction and the 12 tenant businesses expect to provide 120 jobs. The first ...

Albuquerque job fair Oct. 27.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A “gobs of jobs” job fair is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 27, at the Marriott Pyramid. Job seekers are invited to head out to 5151 San Francisco Road NE from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday to talk with employers about avail ...

Startups starting up in New Mexico.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – A new U.S. Census Bureau report named New Mexico in the top five most active states in the U.S. for startups. “Measuring America: Job Creation in the United States,” a study released by the bureau, identified New Mexico a ...

New Mexico tourism employs thousands.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Last week, Gov. Susana Martinez announced that 2014 was the largest year in state tourism history, generating $6.1 billion and supporting 89,000 jobs. According to a Tourism Economics report, New Mexico tourism dollars have increased ...

New Mexico film industry has big showing.

SANTA FE, N.M. – A study submitted to the New Mexico film office shows instate productions are big drivers of the state economy. The report claims almost three-fourths of positions for both television and film productions in New Mexico were filled by re ...

Rural Sourcing a source for 125 Albuquerque jobs.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – IT outsourcing company Rural Sourcing (RSI) is opening an Albuquerque office, bringing more than 100 jobs to the area. Founded in 2004 and growing rapidly, RSI now has three other development centers in Mobile, Alabama; Augusta, Geor ...

New Mexico realizes 36th straight month of job growth.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Two sectors led the job-growth pack in New Mexico when comparing August of this year to August 2014. Education and health services saw a healthy 5,500 job increase, and leisure and hospitality increased by 3,300 jobs year-over-year. ...

New Mexico is nuts over new Ready Roast plant.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – California-based Ready Roast Nut Company is turning up the heat on New Mexico hiring with plans to create 200 jobs with its purchase of the Portales Peanut Plant. Ready Roast will immediately hire 30 people to prepare and process the ...

VR Cafe launches in Albuquerque.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Media tech firm Explore Media will showcase virtual reality and other technological advances at VR Cafe: A Night of Tech Immersion at Stereo Bar, downtown at 622 Central Ave. The event is free and open to the public, and will showc ...

CyraCom creating 100 new jobs in Las Cruces.

LAS CRUCES, N.M. – CyraCom is expanding to meet growing demand and expects to hire 100 more employees in the next few months, according to an announcement made by Gov. Susana Martinez last month. The company hired its first 100 employees this summer and ...

Creative Startups accelerator names nine.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Nine companies were chosen to join the 2015 Creative Startups group. The accelerator is designed to help creative firms launch quickly using a business accelerator curriculum similar to that of tech firm accelerator ABQid. The nine c ...

Santa Fe BizMIX 2015 awards cash to startups.

SANTA FE, N.M. – Each of the three winners in the BizMIX competition received a share of $20,000 in cash last week. The business plan and pitching competition brings Santa Fe startups together to compete for cash and prizes and last week’s competi ...