An Agency Friendly, Full Service Experiential Marketing Company                                                                    

For three decades, LMP has been involving and immersing brands, organizations and idea makers with their audience through experiences. We pride ourselves on being strong marketers first and foremost. We take the time to understand your unique objectives, strategies and audience. This informed focus, applied to the real and virtual environments and experiences we create, enables us to achieve a fully leveraged interaction with your audience. We use tried and emerging technology, conventional production techniques, lifestyle/ media interest content and of course – people.

MISSION STATEMENT
We create branded experiences and influence behavior through the human senses, (sight, sound, touch, taste and smell) and elicit a physical, emotional and memorable response.
We turn brands into memorable experiences.

HOW WE DO IT:
Consumer Lifestyle + LMP Services = Client Business Needs and Objectives

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"Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate."- unknown

THE BELOW IS ALSO BORROWED BUT WELL EXPLAINED AND CORRELATES WITH EVERYTHING I HAVE READ ON CDC AND WHO WEBSITES.

“Feeling confused as to why Coronavirus is a bigger deal than Seasonal flu? Here it is in a nutshell. I hope this helps. Feel free to share this to others who don’t understand...
It has to do with RNA sequencing.... I.e. genetics.
Seasonal flu is an “all human virus”. The DNA/RNA chains that make up the virus are recognized by the human immune system. This means that your body has some immunity to it before it comes around each year... you get immunity two ways...through exposure to a virus, or by getting a flu shot.
Novel viruses, come from animals.... the WHO tracks novel viruses in animals, (sometimes for years watching for mutations). Usually these viruses only transfer from animal to animal (pigs in the case of H1N1) (birds in the case of the Spanish flu). But once, one of these animal viruses mutates, and starts to transfer from animals to humans... then it’s a problem, Why? Because we have no natural or acquired immunity.. the RNA sequencing of the genes inside the virus isn’t human, and the human immune system doesn’t recognize it so, we can’t fight it off.
Now.... sometimes, the mutation only allows transfer from animal to human, for years it’s only transmission is from an infected animal to a human before it finally mutates so that it can now transfer human to human... once that happens..we have a new contagion phase. And depending on the fashion of this new mutation, thats what decides how contagious, or how deadly it’s gonna be..
H1N1 was deadly....but it did not mutate in a way that was as deadly as the Spanish flu. It’s RNA was slower to mutate and it attacked its host differently, too.
Fast forward.
Now, here comes this Coronavirus... it existed in animals only, for nobody knows how long...but one day, at an animal market, in Wuhan China, in December 2019, it mutated and made the jump from animal to people. At first, only animals could give it to a person... But here is the scary part.... in just TWO WEEKS it mutated again and gained the ability to jump from human to human. Scientists call this quick ability, “slippery”
This Coronavirus, not being in any form a “human” virus (whereas we would all have some natural or acquired immunity). Took off like a rocket. And this was because, Humans have no known immunity...doctors have no known medicines for it.
And it just so happens that this particular mutated animal virus, changed itself in such a way the way that it causes great damage to human lungs..
That’s why Coronavirus is different from seasonal flu, or H1N1 or any other type of influenza.... this one is slippery AF. And it’s a lung eater...And, it’s already mutated AGAIN, so that we now have two strains to deal with, strain s, and strain L....which makes it twice as hard to develop a vaccine.
We really have no tools in our shed, with this. History has shown that fast and immediate closings of public places has helped in the past pandemics. Philadelphia and Baltimore were reluctant to close events in 1918 and they were the hardest hit in the US during the Spanish Flu.
Factoid: Henry VIII stayed in his room and allowed no one near him, till the Black Plague passed...(honestly...I understand him so much better now). Just like us, he had no tools in his shed, except social isolation...
And let me end by saying....right now it’s hitting older folks harder... but this genome is so slippery...if it mutates again (and it will). Who is to say, what it will do next.
Be smart folks... acting like you’re unafraid is so not sexy right now.
#flattenthecurve. Stay home folks.”
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Everything we do before a pandemic will seem alarmist. Everything we do after a pandemic will seem inadequate.- unknown

THE BELOW IS ALSO BORROWED BUT WELL EXPLAINED AND CORRELATES WITH EVERYTHING I HAVE READ ON CDC AND WHO WEBSITES.

“Feeling confused as to why Coronavirus is a bigger deal than Seasonal flu? Here it is in a nutshell. I hope this helps. Feel free to share this to others who don’t understand...
It has to do with RNA sequencing.... I.e. genetics.
Seasonal flu is an “all human virus”. The DNA/RNA chains that make up the virus are recognized by the human immune system. This means that your body has some immunity to it before it comes around each year... you get immunity two ways...through exposure to a virus, or by getting a flu shot.
Novel viruses, come from animals.... the WHO tracks novel viruses in animals, (sometimes for years watching for mutations). Usually these viruses only transfer from animal to animal (pigs in the case of H1N1) (birds in the case of the Spanish flu). But once, one of these animal viruses mutates, and starts to transfer from animals to humans... then it’s a problem, Why? Because we have no natural or acquired immunity.. the RNA sequencing of the genes inside the virus isn’t human, and the human immune system doesn’t recognize it so, we can’t fight it off.
Now.... sometimes, the mutation only allows transfer from animal to human, for years it’s only transmission is from an infected animal to a human before it finally mutates so that it can now transfer human to human... once that happens..we have a new contagion phase. And depending on the fashion of this new mutation, thats what decides how contagious, or how deadly it’s gonna be..
H1N1 was deadly....but it did not mutate in a way that was as deadly as the Spanish flu. It’s RNA was slower to mutate and it attacked its host differently, too.
Fast forward.
Now, here comes this Coronavirus... it existed in animals only, for nobody knows how long...but one day, at an animal market, in Wuhan China, in December 2019, it mutated and made the jump from animal to people. At first, only animals could give it to a person... But here is the scary part.... in just TWO WEEKS it mutated again and gained the ability to jump from human to human. Scientists call this quick ability, “slippery”
This Coronavirus, not being in any form a “human” virus (whereas we would all have some natural or acquired immunity). Took off like a rocket. And this was because, Humans have no known immunity...doctors have no known medicines for it.
And it just so happens that this particular mutated animal virus, changed itself in such a way the way that it causes great damage to human lungs..
That’s why Coronavirus is different from seasonal flu, or H1N1 or any other type of influenza.... this one is slippery AF. And it’s a lung eater...And, it’s already mutated AGAIN, so that we now have two strains to deal with, strain s, and strain L....which makes it twice as hard to develop a vaccine.
We really have no tools in our shed, with this. History has shown that fast and immediate closings of public places has helped in the past pandemics. Philadelphia and Baltimore were reluctant to close events in 1918 and they were the hardest hit in the US during the Spanish Flu.
Factoid: Henry VIII stayed in his room and allowed no one near him, till the Black Plague passed...(honestly...I understand him so much better now). Just like us, he had no tools in his shed, except social isolation...
And let me end by saying....right now it’s hitting older folks harder... but this genome is so slippery...if it mutates again (and it will). Who is to say, what it will do next.
Be smart folks... acting like you’re unafraid is so not sexy right now.
#flattenthecurve. Stay home folks.”
New date forthcoming.
Honored to have an ongoing role in this must attend event celebrating everything commerce, community and cause this little mountain metro and its surrounds have to offer as nominated and voted by the people and for the people of Ogden.  Get your tickets! Almost sold out! Www.indieogdenutah.com

Our partners at Sheshreds.co are looking at a succession/acquisition plan for the brand and global community. There is a lot left to do with this! Please hit them up if you or someone you know might want more details!

Sheshreds.co
If you missed out on Jamboree 2020 we wanted to take a moment and let you in on the big announcement to the community from Founder, Gina Duffy!
"I’ve spent the past 7 years of building SheShreds non-stop with our awesome team! Making lots of mistakes and learning our way through everything from e-commerce, shipping, apparel design and manufacturing. Building an incredible worldwide community. Having some big wins, getting into one of the largest retail chains, Zumiez, supporting female podiums, events and meet ups around the world.

It’s something that was beyond what I ever dreamed it would become.

It’s important to me and I know it’s important to all of you here and every single female who’s been touched by SheShreds. It’s important that SheShreds endures so that it continues to impact young girls and women in and around these sports.

What’s EVEN MORE important is that SheShreds flourishes and that it can be brought to another level making it even more incredible.

What I have come to realize is that I, personally, have taken SheShreds as far as I know how.

We are looking for a person, a collective group, a company, or a brand, who has the passion, energy and resources to continue building what we have started here with a fresh perspective

We have spent these past 7 years building a SUPER STRONG foundation. There are SO MANY different avenues that still need to be explored. So we are asking you: our ambassadors, our community, our followers and partners to put this out there, to help us find a partner, buyer, a collaborator to take SheShreds to the next level!

Is one of you or a group of you the next CEO or Executive Board to take this forward?" - Gina
send us a message - contactus@sheshreds.co
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They are coming! 3.14.20 at The Monarch. Get your tickets at www.indieogdenutah.com We are excited to be on the production team again this year!
Our principals taking on new dynamic roles to support military and support community.
Manana with snow inbound. #powmow #sheshredscocrew
MLK DAY
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