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Martin 1 Charles Martin firstname.lastname@example.org www.linkedin.com/in/charlessmartin/ 919.818.1162 Multimedia/ Online Training Module (Voice-Over Script excerpts) Client: BSN Central Slide One VO 00:30 This online training module is the first of three business-related modules. Because there are a number of variables that affect how we do business, Module One provides you with an overview for assessing revenue-versuscost and three-year trend; an examination of third-party spend, and what benchmarks to consider while operating your company. Proceed to the next slide by clicking the “play” button at the bottom left corner of the screen, and read carefully the following questions to consider. Slide Two VO 00:20 This module will discuss how to analyze profitability. Questions to consider are; what is your three-year profitability trend analysis and how can you increase revenue and reduce your costs and/ or risks? Once you have given consideration to these important questions, proceed to the next slide. Martin, Charles S. “Start Improving Profitability Today.” Online Training Multimedia. BSN Central, 1 Nov. 2012.
Martin 2 Print Article (Technical) Client: Roanoke Electric Cooperative Roanoke EC Installing Efficient HPS Lamps in Security Lights You may be able to lower your energy bill by simply having your outdoor lamps replaced with a more economical lighting solution. Roanoke Electric Cooperative is leading the charge for members to become more energy conscious, replacing antiquated High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps in security lights. While all HID lamps are energy efficient, some have proven to lower energy costs more than others. The bluish-colored 175-watt Mercury Vapor (MV) lamps were commonly installed in exterior lights to illuminate dimly lit areas around buildings, roads and parking lots, but a more favorable 100-watt High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamp uses less energy, and produces comparable amounts of light illumination. Roanoke EC began installing HPS lamps in security lights in March of 2008 in its effort to extend reliable and affordable energy services to members. The 2005 Energy Policy Act and the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act discontinued use, manufacturing, and importation of the MV lamp in place of HID lamps like the HPS lamp, which gives off a golden-colored light illumination, and has an equivalent lifetime as the MV lamp – about 24,000 hours, which means minimal costs for repairs. The benefits of using 100-watt HPS lamps are that they distribute light evenly, have short warm-up time, offer high lumen output and reduce labor costs. The federal law requiring the discontinuance of MV lamps took effect on January 31, 2008. There is no additional charge to have your lamps in your security lights replaced. The rate for replacing MV lamps in your outdoor lighting units with the more energyefficient HPS lamps is the same. To learn more about security light installation and HID lamp replacements, contact Roanoke EC Member Services at (252) 539-2236. Source: Martin, Charles S. “Roanoke EC Installing Efficient HPS Lamps in Security Lights.” Roanoke Electric Flashes Feb. 2009. 19. Print.
Martin 3 Web Page Content (overview) Client: Resolutions In HealthCare Tagline: “Improving the health of your practice.” Resolutions In HealthCare We are a medical practice management service with over a decade of industry experience. We combine creative and cost-effective solutions while providing personal and professional hands-on assistance to our clients. What’s more, our team of professionals are trained and certified in the latest and most effective project management systems (PMS) to include Misys Tiger. Martin, Charles S. “Resolutions In Healthcare.” www.resolutionsinhealthcare.com. 2 Jan. 2010.
Martin 4 Television and Radio Commercial (Voice-Over Script) Client: Torchlight Academy charter school Solid 00:30 Torchlight Academy – Innovative, high academic performance; a sugarfree school. We provide single-gender classrooms, Chinese and Spanish lessons – We build character. Torchlight Academy students recently scored higher on state tests than their peers in traditional public schools. Founded on 2002, we have given parents choice. Torchlight Academy has grown to over 400 students, and serves the underserved. Torchlight Academy – Solid! Solid. Dir. Charles S. Martin. Interviews by Dr, Cynthia and Don McQueen. Time Warner Cable. 2012. Broadcast.
Martin 5 Electronic Content (E-mail Marketing) Employer: North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation Service Summit Program Overview In a market that has become more competitive than ever before, members demand top-notch service delivery, therefore developing our brain trust through networking, sharing ideas, and gaining industry knowledge, continue to be vital to the electric cooperative way of doing business. At Service Summit 2005, you will hear and engage in a wide range of corporate relations topics and forums. The program opens with humor-laced motivational speaker, Laura Hamilton, who will present five key elements of excellent service. The focus of following sessions includes economic development, digital imaging, member satisfaction research, member services, and key accounts. There will be an idea exchange, as well as legislative updates and a session on communicating effectively with management – from a manager’s perspective. How do you maintain support for key account programs after the threat of deregulation? What economic development projects are on the horizon? Is there a communications gap between baby boomers and the millennial generation? How do you get your boss to hear you? We will tackle these and other questions during this informative summit. If quality service and effective communications are your aim, Service Summit will serve you well. Martin, Charles S. “Service Summit at Embassy Suites Greensboro Airport.” Message to member services contacts. 1 Feb. 2005. E-mail.
Martin 6 Press Release (Media Relations) Employer: North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation Martin County Economic Development Leaders Bring Much Needed Boost to Local Economy Raleigh, NC, Feb. 7, 2007 – The Martin County Economic Development Commission announced an agreement today with Microcell Corporation that could bring more than 100 high-paying technical jobs to eastern North Carolina. Microcell Corporation’s Martin County facility is an alternative energy operation that will manufacture the company’s automotive and distributed generation fuel cells, meeting product orders from its strategic partners and other customers. Edgecombe-Martin County Electric Membership Corporation, headquartered in Tarboro, is a strategic partner in bringing this project to fruition, in concert with Martin County developers and other officials. Edgecombe-Martin County EMC provided a zero interest loan to the Martin County Economic Development Commission, who in turn loaned to Microcell Corporation as an incentive for them to locate to an available building in Robersonville. “The county has been really supportive in helping us locate here,” said Beth Rehbock, Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of Microcell Corporation. “This has truly been a great example of cooperation between all involved in the process,” said Bob McDuffie, General Manager at Edgecombe-Martin County Electric Membership Corporation. Microcell Corporation will remain headquartered in the Research Triangle area and is the world leader in low-cost, high performing proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells that are cylindrical in shape, unlike the conventional flat platform. This design lowers production costs and allows for easier product repairs and service. “Bringing high-tech production to Martin County is a positive step for our economic future,” said Eddie Stocks, manager of Marketing and Member Services at Edgecombe-Martin County EMC. Edgecombe-Martin County EMC is one of 27 cooperatives that make up North Carolina’s electric cooperatives, which provide energy to 2.5 million people in 93 of 100 counties, primarily in rural parts of the state. The electric cooperatives own and maintain 95,000 miles of power lines, by far the most of any electric utility in North Carolina. ### Martin, Charles S. “Martin County Economic Development Leaders Bring Much Needed Boost to Local Economy.” www.ncemcs.com. 7 Feb. 2007.
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