Truth be told, we both sort of stumbled into this awesome business!
Teresa started out simply wanting to be the BEST secretary the world has ever known. Just so happened that one of those clerical gigs she was rocking was at Young and Rubicam in Dallas, TX.
Um, yeah - It didn’t take them long to realize the girl had a knack for the media business.
Tess, on the other hand, started off thinking she was destined to make movies. However, the film business being the illusive mountain that it is, Tess sought a line of work where she could shepherd more projects, so she found her way into an up-and-coming talent agency called Venture IAB. There, she learned the true art of making sure the “train schedule” ran smoothly so-to-speak.
Teresa opened Flood Media Group in 1997 only after learning that the regional office she’d run for Western International Media for a number of years was dissolving. Many of her same clients followed her to Flood Media Group because they knew this was a woman who spoke fluent MEDIA.
Tess joined her after returning from Los Angeles, & since then, the two have been re-defining what “partnership” is all about (both internally & with their clients).
Their unique ability to keep their operations LEAN by focusing totally on the media aspect of it all is the secret awesome-sauce that makes them unstoppable.
When you get Flood Media Group - & the two highly-resourceful women that run it – you get a media planning / buying ARMY.