On the Road

When the message

goes mobile,

my precise planning and smooth execution of every facet of a promotional tour achieves maximal impact and a qualitative audience reach.

Taking Project Shofar and Nir College on the Road

I built themed displays for stationary and mobile exhibits to tell the mission’s story and feature the yeshiva’s accomplishments.  I presented the displays at conferences and speaking engagements, where I networked with ministry leaders and engaged in small-group discussions.

Christian Zionist Congress, Jerusalem, Israel, 1996: Left – Andrea Cooperberg, wife of Project Shofar Executive Director, Gary M. Cooperberg; Middle – Sandra Warmoth, Project Shofar International Coordinator & Editor of “The Call of the Shofar;” Right – Rosh Yeshiva Rav Eliezer Waldman, Nir College of Judaic Studies.  While Rav Waldman speaks with a visitor to the exhibit, Sandra and Andrea pour over promotional material in preparation of opening day.

 

Gary and Andrea Cooperberg manning the Project Shofar booth: opening day of the Christian Zionist Congress.

My standing and ultra-mobile booth exhibits with pictorial motifs and informational cutlines delivered a powerful and concise account of the organization’s agenda and accomplishments to current and potential supporters.

U.S. Speaking Tour, 1999: Sandra Warmoth, Project Shofar International Coordinator & Editor of “The Call of the Shofar” showcasing Nir College and the mission.

Mobile booth used for 1999 U.S. tour.