We call the brands we work with our partners, not clients, because the work we do is about more than marketing and selling products. It’s about connecting with the people behind the brand, getting to know their motivations, their customers, and making ourselves an extension of their organization when representing them on America’s largest e-commerce platform. Through mutual decision making and long-term planning, the brands that we work with are truly a part of the NetRush family. A big part of building that relationship is making sure we spend quality time with the brand and its people — sometimes at our offices, more often at theirs or at trade shows. Today, we’ll be sharing some of our favorite moments with our brand partners.
Tim Leatherman, founder of Leatherman Tool Group, hanging out with NetRush’s Shawn Fenton at Outdoor Retailer.
NetRush “hanging” with Bobby Jackson from ENO at Outdoor Retailer Summer Market.
Rainbow Light gave NetRush a tour of their facilities. It was very scientific.
Jodi from Strider visited Mt. Rushmore with Terrence Saracco, NetRush Brand Manager.
Paul Stamets, breakthrough mycologist and founder of Fungi Perfecti, gave the NetRush crew a tour of the Host Defense factory, as well as a walk-through of the surrounding forest.
LedLenser visited the NetRush HQ to meet with staff, give a product demonstration for new and upcoming lights, and talk Amazon strategy.
Natural Factors came to NetRush HQ to meet with our team.
Shortly after, NetRush’s John Willkom and Shawn Fenton visited the Natural Factors farms.
The dry-feet-by-Peet legacy began in 1968 in St. Maries, Idaho, where inventor and sportsman Gene Peet developed the world’s first footwear dryer. After an invitation from the brand, NetRush’s Craig Phillips and Terrence Saracco took a trip to St. Maries to experience the Peet Dryer legacy firsthand.