FlyteVu, the entertainment marketing agency founded by Laura Hutfless and Jeremy Holley, recently added seven new hires to its Nashville office.
Joining the team are:
Scott Bennett, Director of Finance. He previously worked at Element Three, the largest marketing and digital agency in Indianapolis.
Sarah Duggan, Strategist. Her 12-plus years of experience includes time at VML working with clients Tennessee Department of Tourist Development, Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau, Opry Entertainment Group, and Ryman Hospitality Properties.
Taylor Eickenhorst joins FlyteVu’s Accounts team in Client Service. She was previously a Budweiser Music & Experiential Manager at Anheuser-Busch InBev, creating partnerships with Thomas Rhett, Kane Brown, Lindsay Ell and Travis Denning. Eickenhorst was named to Billboard’s 40 under 40 Rising Stars list in 2018.
Kimberly Thuman, Project Manager. She previously worked at Big Machine Label Group, where she helped launch Big Machine Vodka and its partnership with the Brickyard 400.
Sarah Connors, Project Manager. She most recently worked at the Country Music Hall of Fame managing the financial, marketing, and promotional needs for a variety of the museum’s clients. Before moving to Nashville, she was employed at ESPN.
Tiffany Thompson is appointed Project Manager on the Accounts team.
Elise Dransfield joins the Creative team after time as a freelance designer
FlyteVu’s brand clients include Cracker Barrel, Bumble, Norwegian Cruise Line, Enterprise, Journeys, Pilgrimage Festival, ClassPass, Dell, Spotify, Victoria’s Secret PINK, and American Red Cross. They have partnered these clients with artists including The Roots, Keith Urban, The Chainsmokers, HAIM, Meghan Trainor, and Kelly Clarkson. Within the last year FlyteVu executed the first fan-ticketed event with Zac Brown’s Sir Rosevelt for client Enterprise, and the first double-decker mobile bus concert in Chicago with Marshmello for Victoria’s Secret PINK. The award-winning agency had two Super Bowl spots in 2019, including Norwegian Cruise Line, and a Bumble ad featuring Serena Williams.