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From Daymond John to Premios Juventud with Oscar Gutierrez…

We at Creative Juice Online have been moving progressive with the return of our client based in Chicago as we engaged our digital brand management and marketing efforts online for the #MillerLite #TaptheFuture Dallas tour stop featuring Shark Tank’s very own Mr. Daymond John.  Another successful online effort by our team as we assembled a very diverse group of media, bloggers and influencers to cover the #TaptheFuture pre-show festivities.  We wish to both acknowledge and thank the following for their support, Natalie Tastle (Publisher, Dapper Magazine), Miriam Marsh (CEO, M Power & Associates/Blog), Karen Michelle (CEO/Founder, Front House Management/PR), Tyzza (CEO/Founder, Factory Glam Beauty/Blog), Steve Gallegos (Speaker, Author and Host of The Stevie G. Success Show), John David Carrasco (Executive Director of East Texas Hispanic Chamber of E-Commerce), LaNelle Renfro Faulk (Publisher, Southern Living Magazing), Model/Actress Eva Rangel (Factory Glam Beauty/Blog), Leah Frazier (Editor, DFW Style Daily), Daniel Gomez (Detective Gomez Radio Show/Blog/Cheaters TV), Velisa Walker (Owner/Creator, V.V.S. Events & Marketing) and Phillip Morales (Editor, Mercado Bilingue Magazine). The #MillerLite #TaptheFuture Dallas tour was without a doubt a success from the quality of guests in the audience and the entrepreneurial spirit that filled the event. We cannot wait until the 2016 Tour returns!  ((CLICK TO SEE NEW GALLERY!))

The very next day (early red eye flight), we jetted to Miami to attend and cover the 2015 #PremiosJuventud Awards produced by #Univision. Our client/actor Oscar Gutierrez (Spare Parts Movie) was invited to represent the movie in the Best Movie category so we accompanied his team to work the red carpet/media interview coverage and so much more. A major success as we hit well over 15 media interviews and made final cut in the world reknown #GettyImages. Oscar Gutierrez was interviewed by CNN, La Gorda y La Flaca (Univision), Televisa Mexico, Mega TV just to name a few! Oscar is very busy as a new pillot debuts this fall with George Lopez, we don’t have much more to report until more information is provided so for now we will keep it right there!  Click here to see our newly added photos in our gallery!  #MillerLite #TaptheFuture photos taken by Steve Gallegos Photography.IMG_1028

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Creative Juice Online is a digital brand agency providing social media progressive strategies to your brand, message or identity. Executing online amplification, marketing, branding, media relations and digital consumer outreach via creative tactics, metric engagement and high traffic visibility 7 days a week. Maximizing the reach, effectiveness of every campaign while maintaining “top of mind” to your target demo. Contact us today 214-549-1201 or rikkirincon@creativejuice.mobi. Follow @rikkirincon @creativejuiceRR

Actor Oscar Gutierrez (Spare Parts) retains Creative Juice Online


April 14, 2015 (USA/Digital) Creative Juice Online Founder and Creative Director Rikki Rincon announces the new digital brand representation of Actor Oscar Gutierrez II from the movie “Spare Parts” released in 2015, featuring George Lopez.  Actor Oscar Gutierrez from Pharr, Texas has expeirenced life changing experiences from the very moment his mother encouraged him to audition for the principle role in 2013.  From a small town to Hollywood, Oscar Gutierrez II is on his way.  Oscar is soon to be featured in his first horror film called “The Devil’s Wharehouse” and is working very hard to reach new heights.

Having just returned from Hollywood after filming a new TV Pilot with George Lopez, the future holds bright and effective immediately, Creative Juice Online will move forward on brand management/publicity for this rising star. You may follow Oscar Gutierrez II via facebook and twitter as a newly created blog is in development. All media and appearnace requests please contact our office at 214-549-1201 or rikki@creativejuice.mobi.

Spare Parts movie—moved me


Prior to entering the theater on a Sunday quiet evening with my wife, we knew, after reading review after review that Spare Parts would be an inspring, uplifting movie about four undocumented Mexican high school kids in Arizona and we knew they had won the final competition but this is not truly what moved us.  I could have read 100 reviews of the film and it still would not have prepared me for the vast amount of emotions that took over my heart and soul as we sat their experiencing the film in it’s totality. Every single emotion from being advised not to go after your dreams, not being good enough to not having the faith and above all, resources to pursue your dreams all played part of what moved me. From the powerful roles by George Lopez, Esai Morales, Marisa Tomei, Jamie Lee Curtis to lead role by Carlos PenaVega, Spare Parts is packed with what I hope is the future of Hollywood movies, diversity and loaded full of life provoking circumstances.

You see, I too was a young kid in school once, in fact, I was a bit younger and at the age of 12 I had an opportunity of a lifetime to audition for a major motion picture featuring British great, Michael Caine in the feature film, The Island, circa 1980.  Going against many odds and many telling me not to try, not to give it a shot, I listened to my inner voice that said “go for it” and after several auditions that took nationwide, I won the principal role in the movie.  So to this and in experiencing the Spare Parts movie, I was taken back to a time where I had to dig into my soul to find a reason not to give up and thankfully did.  Spare Parts features four very intellectual Latino high school kids whom come together to compete in a robotics competition against the top schools in the country.  After seeing the opportunity to not only compete against other high schools these kids decide to go after the top universities instead.  What takes place is rivoting and keeps you on the edge of your seat and fills you with hope and compassion for future generations of kids that just a need a little inner voice that says “I can do it”.  Check your local listings and take your children, family and friends to see this most wonderful true life story.  Much praise to Pantelion Films for bringing positive, real life stories to the national and global stage.

Rikki Rincón