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Social Media Strategist in Nashville, Tennessee
Alexandra (Allie) Guido is the Guest Relations/Season Ticket Activation Associate at the Nashville Sounds Baseball Club.
Previously, Guido was a Social Media Strategist at Bam Social Business, helping clients maintain a social media presence.
Guido was also the Guest Services Seasonal Associate at the Nashville Sounds Baseball Club, helping to make sure guests overall have an excellent experience at First Tennessee Ballpark. Before heading to Nashville,
Guido was the Social Media and Content Manager at J&E Business Consulting LLC. In her position she created content for the clients website and generated awareness via social media, specifically with Facebook and Twitter.
She has earned a B.A. in Communications/Journalism and Sport Management from St. John Fisher College in December of 2015, where she has created two PR campaigns including one for Rochester City Hall, and a case study on promotions for the Rochester Red Wings baseball team. Guido graduated a semester early.Guido has interned at Tipping Point Communications in their PR department where she had press releases issued in the Democrat and Chronicle and for the college as a hospitality intern helping with the Buffalo Bills Training Camp held on Fisher's campus. She has also worked with the Utica Comets on their Street Team as well as Utica radio station WIBX.She was the Co-President of the PRSSA Tom Proietti Chapter at the institution, helping members build their network and learn the industry by bringing in professionals. Guido was also a member of the student-run agency on campus, The PRIMA Group, where she was the project manager on creating a PR campaign for local Rochester school Theodore Roosevelt School No. 43. She is also a member of the college’s sport management club.
Guido lives in Nashville, T.N. She loves being with friends and family, and watching her favorite sports team with her dad. She also considers herself a “crazy dog lady.”