Carly Brasseux

Carly Brasseux

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Carly Brasseux, CEO & Founder of Miss Pursuit

Carly Brasseux is a determined and passionate business owner and social media/marketing consultant, published author, digital sales director, and freelance outdoor writer based in Dallas, Texas.

In a world where women are the fastest growing segment of the hunting population, she is a major proponent of those women who want to learn more about the outdoors and hunting. As CEO & Owner of Miss Pursuit, her mission is simple: to inspire women to pursue an extraordinary outdoor lifestyle by creating an online hub of information and inspiration through useful and inspiring content—expertly curated and tailor-made for her readers.

Carly started her career with the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee as the External Affairs Manager. As the first full-time staff, she assisted in the areas of government relations, public safety, transportation, aviation, accommodations, stadia, practice sites, city décor, volunteers and overall office operations.

After Super Bowl XLV had come and gone from North Texas, she joined Allies in Service and served as the Director of Community Relations. In this role, she raised awareness and promoted the needs of Dallas veterans, solidifying brand position and identity, developing and executing the marketing and communications plan through public relations, media outreach and direct marketing.

Carly then moved into the consulting field, where she helped clients with social media management, website design and development, sales, media analysis and project management. She currently serves as Director of Business Development for two of the largest parenting websites in North Texas – Dallas Moms and Collin County Moms.

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On this episode, Joe speaks with Carly Brasseux, CEO & Founder of Miss Pursuit. We learn what ‘Miss Pursuit’ is and the Miss Pursuit team. Carly wrote a book ‘Women who Hunt’ and she tells us all more about that. The business of “blogging,” marketing and content distribution, and growing an online audience including her vision for the website. Of course, Joe finishes the interview speaking about Carly’s hunting mentor, outdoor activities, and wild game prep!

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