Game Day Communications adds to team

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Game Day Communications, the award-winning multimedia and marketing agency based in Cincinnati, recently added the following personnel to the team:

Shanda Harris - Event Manager

Shanda has experience in various roles within the sport industry, ranging from project management to business administration. She is an experienced event planner and has led and managed volunteer groups in excess of 1,000 people. She is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a degree is Sports Business and Event Management, and minors in Marketing and Business Administration.She is currently pursuing a Masters degree in Legal Studies from NKU.

Shae Combs - Photographer/Videographer

Shae has experience shooting and editing some of the most memorable news moments in Cincinnati through her time with the News Record at the University of Cincinnati (where she graduated in 2018) and with the Gannett corporation working as a photographer/videographer for the Cincinnati Enquirer and Cincinnati.com. She was an integral part of Pulitzer prize and Emmy award winning teams in previous roles.

Bradley Harris - Brand Design Manager

Bradley has numerous freelance experiences working for some of the best-known agencies in Cincinnati. He has worked extensively on sports-design related projects including eSports, along with other industries including CPG and healthcare. He graduated with a degree in graphic design from Miami University.

Game Day Communications is based in Longworth Hall near downtown Cincinnati, with satellite offices in Michigan and Florida. The firm was started in 2002 and built on a foundation of sports and event-related communications and management but over the past two decades has permeated multiple industries across business to consumer and business to business channels.

Game Day is the agency of record for the Flying Pig Marathon and countless other clients based in Cincinnati, Kentucky, Indiana and beyond. The firm was selected by MLB as the agency of record for the 2015 All Star Game and manages numerous pro-bono projects in the realm of arts, education and youth advancement.

Jackie Reau