PREP CREATIVE
 
 

Prep Creative is a boutique earned media studio that specializes in activating engaged communities for food brands by connecting the dots of content marketing, social media, public relations and influencer programming. Built on the belief that the best kind of marketing is full of passion, creativity and that scrappy, entrepreneurial mindset, Prep Creative is a little avant-garde. We have big agency ideas with the drive of a small-startup. When it comes to authentic brand building, we say…

 

PREP & Make it Happen. 

 
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Julianna Abdallah
Founder + Chief Creative Officer

Prepped with an artistic spirit and an entrepreneurial mindset, Julianna's passions blend brand strategy, content creation, and recipe development. As Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Prep Creative, she brings people closer to brands by building authentic brand narratives and producing meaningful content across a variety of channels and platforms. Julianna empowers brands to relate their brand truths to their customer’s needs locally and nationally.

As a graduate of Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, Julianna received a Bachelor in Business Administration in Management and Entrepreneurship. Prior to founding Prep Creative, she worked as Senior Marketing Manager at Justin's, where she led content marketing, public relations, and influencer programming initiatives. 

Her specialties include:

Earned Media Strategy, Recipe Development, Food and Product Photography and Adobe Creative Suite.

 

SERVICES

 
EARNED MEDIA STRATEGY  let's look at the big picture.

EARNED MEDIA STRATEGY
let's look at the big picture.

 
CONTENT DEVELOPMENT  let's shoot some photos.

CONTENT DEVELOPMENT
let's shoot some photos.

SOCIAL MEDIA  let's build and activate an engaging community.

SOCIAL MEDIA
let's build and activate an engaging community.

 
RECIPE DEVELOPMENT  deliciousness awaits.

RECIPE DEVELOPMENT
deliciousness awaits.

 
You can buy attention (advertising). You can beg for attention from the media (PR). You can bug people one at a time to get attention (sales). Or you can earn attention by creating something interesting and valuable and then publishing it online for free.
— David Meerman Scott