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BCI Media Services is your local resource for all things online. When it comes to implementing a digital marketing strategy, we can help you get started, pick up where you left off or help you develop a more in-depth approach. Our suite of online and digital products help local businesses of all sizes leverage the power of the internet to find, connect and engage with customers.

Our local marketing consultants get to know your business and work with you to design a strategy that will achieve your goals, measure your progress and continuously improve your results. Learn more about our team and let us help you with your digital marketing goals by giving us a call at 1-800-558-7024 or emailing services@bcimedia.com.



Chelsea Kemp
Content Fulfillment Agent

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Making friends with people I would have otherwise never met!

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
Hiking, kayaking and eating. We’re lucky to have some incredible food in our area. Don’t even get me started on the green chiles!

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Memes. They’re an incredible phenomenon, and it’s fascinating to see trends over time.

What’s the best part of your job?
I love empowering small businesses. I’ve been lucky enough to work for several of Durango’s small businesses, now I get to work with them. I also love that my job requires me to learn something new everyday. Thanks, Google!



Tiona Eversole
Content Fulfillment Agent

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
If my childhood had a theme song, it would be the sound of the internet connection startup. I spent a lot of unbearably hot New Mexico afternoons challenging my siblings to online games such as Yahoo! Pool and spent numerous hours of elementary school playing educational games (The Logical Journey of the Zoombinis, anyone?)

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
My favorite place is roaming around in the San Juan Mountains. Whether I’m mountain biking in the high country, hiking up to alpine lakes with my pup or snowboarding at Purgatory, you can always count me in for an adventure!

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Pinterest. I use it for everything from baking recipes and art inspiration to travel destinations and fitness tips.

What’s the best part of your job?
I am constantly learning. Internet platforms such as Google and Facebook are ever-changing, which in return provides me with more knowledge in order to build a better marketing strategy that is specific to each client. The fact that I have the opportunity to work with a multitude of unique clients from different professional backgrounds also allows me to research topics within their area of expertise.



Laura Hughes
Content Fulfillment Agent

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
I remember playing Oregon Trail on the internet when I was really young, but honestly, it was probably chatting on Yahoo Messenger with my friends. And years later MySpace was born and I loved getting on there and creating my own unique profile settings.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
Since I have grown up in Southwest Colorado, I am extremely appreciative of the diversity this part of the country has to offer, so it is difficult to pinpoint favorites! But my true happy place is anywhere outdoors with a camera in my hand. I love hiking, camping, kayaking, lounging in a hammock under swaying aspen trees and playing around in my veggie garden. My favorite weekends are when my boyfriend and I load up our sweet camper van with our dogs and head off on a new adventure. Our van is appropriately named Walter, and he has been a wonderful addition to our outdoor lifestyle.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Google Earth! This question took me a minute to answer, but without a doubt this is my absolute favorite. I still daydream a lot about traveling, so being able to literally zoom into specific parts of the world is amazing to me. Within a few minutes you can be anywhere in the world!

What’s the best part of your job?
Helping local businesses grow and find their voice in the digital marketing world! I also enjoy learning as much as I can about our clients and their businesses while helping them build up their brand successfully. I love getting to truly immerse myself in their services, and pushing that knowledge out through their online presence. It also helps that there are several local coffee shops within walking distance.



Ben Sorensen
Digital Marketing Specialist

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
I was in middle school and would use Instant Messenger to talk with the girls I had crushes on. That, or the old AOL dialup internet tones followed by the automated voice stating “you’ve got mail.”

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
If it’s outdoors, I love it! My major outdoor passion is hunting. It keeps me appreciative of the food on my plate. “The farther one gets into the wilderness, the greater is the attraction of its lonely freedom.” – Theodore Roosevelt

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
YouTube! I am an expert at EVERYTHING after watching a YouTube video about it. Who needs college when you have YouTube?

What’s the best part of your job?
I am absolutely passionate about being a Digital Marketing Specialist. This is because I am able to make a meaningful impact on the lives of business owners in our community. There is no better feeling than seeing the businesses I work with grow and succeed through internet marketing. When they win, I win.



Sean Moriarty
Digital Marketing Specialist

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
AOL. I loved the Instant Messaging feature and all of the promotional “E Magazine” content for all of my favorite ‘90s movies.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
My favorite thing to do in the Four Corners is geek out about beer. We have so many amazing craft breweries in this area that the tasting options are almost endless!

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Dropbox. I edit quite a bit of video and have to share large files often, so Dropbox definitely changed the game in that respect.

What’s the best part of your job?
The best part of my job is listening to my clients tell me their story. We have so many business owners from so many different walks of life in the Four Corners that each story is unique, enthralling and greatly informs the strategies I develop for them.



Nola Svoboda
Digital Marketing Specialist

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Gosh, the internet’s been around for so long, it’s hard to remember! Oregon Trail was the bomb back in middle school! But I’d say the college days were the best, IM-ing multiple friends on AOL, MSN and Yahoo Instant Messenger at one time, while “studying” and watching Friends. And our late-night multi-person, dorm-to-dorm Halo battles!

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
Winter in the San Juans is glorious, and skiing is what I do. Summer in the Four Corners is my favorite though. You’ll find me (or probably won’t find me) far away from people and crowds, paddle boarding, fishing, camping, mountain biking, foraging for mushrooms, climbing 14-ers and wandering all over the mountains with my German Shepherd. Or, you’ll find me escaping the rain, tucked away deep in a roasty desert canyon on a river trip, SUPing, rafting and drinking beers with friends!

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
That would have to be YouTube! I’d say, 85 percent of my time on YouTube is spent researching sweet new outdoor gear I want, and the best information comes from product highlights, comparisons and review videos. When I’m not researching products, winter stoke shred videos, whitewater SUP videos, Danny MacAskill and Red Bull bike videos, and, of course, funny cat montage videos pass the time quite nicely!

What’s the best part of your job?
The most fascinating thing is constantly discovering how no two businesses are alike in terms of their overall goals and marketing needs. It always amazes me to learn their vast differences. I love being able to develop strategies tailored to tackle each business’s unique challenges, conquer their goals and drive future success geared to help businesses thrive!



Skylar Bolton
Senior Web Developer

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Finding out that the problem I have has been had by someone else. Sometimes there is even a solution!

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
I have a pair of dice that I roll each weekend. One has an activity per side: rafting, skiing, biking, running, reading and adventuring. The other a “booster” to add to the activity: no prep, speak in a random accent, actively drinking, convince a friend to join or pretend to go but make up a story instead.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
YouTube! Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bruce Lee, Richard Feynman also that other really cool guy.

What’s the best part of your job?
Learning new things every day. Like the Six Stages of Dubugging or the comics on xkcd.



Michael Smith
Web Developer

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
What existed on the internet way back then? When I was first introduced to the internet, through America Online, I loved to design and create my own website on AOL’s keyword “myspace” — way before myspace.com social network was invented.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
With being a remote employee, just being in and around Durango is awesome in itself.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Google! How did we get by without it?

What’s the best part of your job?
The challenges. Doing the same thing every day just gets boring for me. If something isn’t working I’ll put my all into getting it to work. The greatest satisfaction is when something that wasn’t working starts to work smoothly.




Jay Rubenstein
Web development manager

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Searching for information.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
Backcountry skiing.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
That’s undiscovered at this point in time.

What’s the best part of your job?
The challenge.



Shiann Swapp
Senior Sales Operations Manager

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Making my own greeting cards and stationary.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
I’ve been doing kickboxing and Jiu Jitsu at Durango Martial Arts for 11 years. I love it because it’s challenging, rewarding and I learn something new every class.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Cat Man Do – Simon’s Cat. I adore things that make me laugh and Cat Man Do – Simon’s Cat always brings a chuckle.

What’s the best part of your job?
Working with an amazing group of smart people.



Laurie Kain
Senior Video Producer

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
I enjoyed looking up and learning new and weird facts.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
You can find me mountain biking, dirt biking and skiing throughout the Four Corners

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
3D sidewalk art. It’s unreal.

What’s the best part of your job?
II get to create cool videos. What’s not to love?



Claudia Laws
Marketing & Communications Manager

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Building websites to showcase amazing photographs.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
You can’t keep me away from the hot springs in the area.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
I adore odd or fake Twitter accounts like @FakeAPStylebook or @BronxZoosCobra, but my favorite far and away is the account for Sue the T-rex (a dinosaur discovered in my home state of South Dakota who is now housed in Chicago’s Field Museum.)

What’s the best part of your job?
Telling a client’s story in a way that resonates with their customers and working with a talented group of individuals who are driven by telling those stories.



Jeff Herr
VP Digital

What was the first thing you loved doing on the internet?
Sending email.

What’s your favorite place or favorite thing to do in the Four Corners?
You can find me on the Florida River scaring fish.

What’s your favorite internet sensation?
Watching Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee crush it in “Despacito.”

What’s the best part of your job?
Working with our amazing team of tech wizards to help our incredible local clients rock in digital.