Please welcome Ryan Warrick to the Hounder marketing team as a creative writer. Not only can he melt your face off with his crunchy guitar playing, he can also write content that always leaves you inspired!
Big Bear Went to Content Town
Ryan was born in Redlands, CA, but currently takes up residence on the mountain in Big Bear Lake, CA. He has worked as a copywriter since 2017, after graduating from Cal State San Bernardino with a degree in English Lit. The bulk of Ryan’s professional experience was honed writing web content for Nordstrand Audio, a guitar manufacturer in Redlands, CA, where he learned the subtle tricks of creating engaging and colorful content. Additional credits include a collection of diverse clients, such as Vela Imagery, CDS Bowman Group NYU, and CSUSB’s Veterans Success Center. Ryan’s primary content writing skills come down to composing and editing product descriptions, ad copy, creative pieces/articles, keyword optimization, and technical writing. And when it comes to fun, mountain biking, camping, playing guitar, and doing weird things with words are his go-to choices. Ryan is honored and excited to be a part of the Hounder family.
Q & A Time
What better way to way to get to know Ryan than asking him some ridiculous questions. Enjoy!
Favorite action figure growing up?
What would you name your boat if you had one?
What fictional place would you like to visit?
Hunter S. Thompson's vision of Las Vegas
Coffee or tea? Milk in first or last?
Coffee. Always Coffee. Milk first. ☕
What's the most useless talent you have?
I can crack the cartilage in my ear to make a sound like a washboard
What is the dumbest way you’ve been injured?
What is the best and worst purchases you’ve ever made?
Best?: An expensive guitar during the beginning of the pandemic. Worst?: An expensive guitar during the beginning of the pandemic
If you could meet any historical figure, who would they be?
What book or movie have you recently read/seen and why would you recommend it?
The movie Inherent Vice. It's one of Joaquin Phoenix's stranger performances.
Gas station food or school cafeteria?
SCHOOL CAFETERIA. For the nostalgia.
Recognition is in our DNA
Celebrating our team has become a really big part of our culture here at the Hound. We believe recognizing our employees will continue to grow our culture and increase the quality of the work we produce. The stronger our team, the stronger our collaboration.