Please join Berks Bards at the GoggleWorks for First Thursday with Jack Cantwell with an open mic to follow.
Jack Cantwell is the owner of Lebanon-based SkyLimit
Marketing. His company provides a variety of services to mostly Central
Pennsylvania Clients, from York to Reading, with the majority in Lebanon
Services include marketing planning, project
management, and advertising and PR writing for print, broadcast,
websites, and collateral materials.
Jack started SkyLimit
Marketing in 1999, following a lengthy domestic and international career
with major advertising and promotion agencies and corporations. His
Clients included McDonald’s Restaurants (U.S., Japan, Europe, Canada);
John Hancock Financial Services (nationally); Fleet Banks; Marine
Midland Banks; Coca Cola (Japan); Readers Digest (England) and many
more. He was a Senior VP for two large agencies. His last corporate job
was as VP Marketing for Mail Boxes Etc. (now called the UPS Stores)
He divides his time by:
Handling his marketing clients, including writing and editing the Bayer
HealthCare employee newsletter and the Reading editions of the weekly
2. Teaching 3-credit college courses in Marketing and Sales for Elizabethtown College
Donating a portion of his professional time to charitable causes like
Central Pennsylvania Supports the Troops, Tom Gerhart’s Sports
Memorabilia Auction, which helps local kids with cancer and their
families; and others.
4. Talks and book signings (like tonight) for his new book Life Expressed in 25 Words or Less.
is an active member of the Lebanon Chamber (Ambassador Committee); and
Community of Lebanon Association (Chair of the PR/Social Committee). He
is also active in St. Mary’s Church, Lebanon (Lector and marketing
Jack has been honored as the 2010 CLA Business
Person of the Year plus several other local business awards. And last
month he was honored by his alma mater, Ithaca College, with the 2016
Distinguished Alumni Award, their highest honor.
Jack and his wife Patricia live in South Lebanon. They have been married for 55 1/2 years.
They have 3 children and 7 grandchildren.
Berks Bards is supported in part by a grant from the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts which is administered locally by the Berks Arts Council. Berks Bards is also supported in part by the Friends of Berks County Public Libraries.