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Joey “SocialLittleMan” Little
Works at AutoAlert
Attended Washburn University
Lives in Kansas City
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Digital/Social Customer Experience SME in the #Automotive Industry for @AutoAlertLLC, founder of The #LiveALittle Project, @Facebook 1%er.
Introduction
My strategic partnerships with automotive industry innovators has given me the opportunity to help grow businesses that are changing how automotive dealers do business. Our executive team has developed technology on the forefront of digital engagement for automotive dealerships, including a venture ranked on the Inc. 500 fastest-growing companies lists. My contribution to our success is strategy and creative development for internet marketing, social networking, and online public relations.

Along with my position in the automotive industry, I am founder of The #LiveALittle Project non-profit, where I manage all aspects, including communication, marketing, operational processes, and overall performance. The #LiveALittle Project focuses on motivating peers into changing their life for the better by focusing on self-transformation, getting healthy, getting happy, getting rid of excuses, and living each day of your life just a little more.

My experience in broadcasting and public speaking offers me the opportunity to share what I'm learning and champion causes important to me. I enjoy speaking on the topics I'm passionate about, social media, creativity, innovation and personal transformation and serving as an emcee for various community events.
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Lost 120lbs, 5K runner, motivational speaker, positive influencer.
Education
  • Washburn University
    Visual Imaging
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Male
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Networking
Other names
Joey Baggz
Work
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Digital Media/Visual Media Marketer in Auto Industry
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Joey has tremendous success of growing business and building strong relationships with automotive leaders through internet marketing, social networking, and online public relations. His leadership has directly contributed to a growth trajectory that has ranked businesses on the Inc. 500 fastest-growing companies lists. Joey is a highly regarded internet marketer, innovator, and respected voice in the automotive industry. Along with his position in the automotive industry, Joey is founder of The #LiveALittle Project non-profit, where he is responsible for all aspects, including communication, marketing, operational processes, and overall performance. The #LiveALittle Project focuses on motivating peers into changing their life for the better by focusing on self transformation, getting healthy, getting happy, to stop making excuses, and to start living each day of your life just a little more.
Employment
  • AutoAlert
    Executive Director of Digital & Social Engagement, present
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Kansas City
Previously
Topeka, KS - Lawrence, KS - St. Louis, MO - Kansas City, KS - New York City
This place has become sad. The staff walks around like disappointed zombies. The place lost all personality. The staff still line dances but it looks like if they don't they would be taken out back and put down. Service feels much like a cattle call. One server, who not seen much, and 15 food runners. The food is just ok. Nothing special. Steak is too salty. Sides look and taste like they came from a retirement home buffet, no flavor. Management needs to be changed and staff re-energized. Food prep and cooks need to be shown purpose and not that they work on a second rate cruise ship. At least thats what the food tastes like.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
wonderful food. great service.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Awesome place. Never have I been disappointed. The ladies are awesome, friendly, and talented.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Ignore all negative reviews for this place. There is absolutely nothing negative about the Cajun Grill & Bar. My friend and I just drove from Kansas City to NOLA and our hotel is right next door. Hands down amazing friendly staff and some of the best Po-Boys I have ever had. Jambalya also spot on. This place is off the beaten path but if you are staying anywhere near the airport you must try this place before leaving!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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My experience at Gary Crossley was second to none. I appreciated everyone involved. I know it took me a while to make a decision but I've never met a sales staff so patient, I thought it would be totally different. Boy was I surprised in a great way. Thank You
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
This place came recommended but after our experience we think the friends that recommended it must have been smoking meth. The food wasn't good at all. The "Yellow Sauce" everyone had raved about was not good. Cold and tasted like butter, white gravy, and mayo mixed together. There was no fancy cooking show, or show at all, by the cook. Nor was there a "show" at any of the stations. Big disappointment for the kids sitting at our table/cook area. Our favorite part of the place (sarcasm) was a dishwasher/prep cook from the kitchen standing out in the middle of the dining area leaning against a post watching all of the customers, for the entire time we were there. He looked great in his Duck Dynasty camo t-shirt and cap on backward and white dirty apron covering his pants.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
This place has about the same amount of excitement as a grow man watching Frozen on DVD. Food is blah. Servers are blah. If you ever find out you have a year to live go to Max and Ermas because time stands absolutely still while you are there. Servers show more customer service to each other while gossiping at the end of the bar. Save yourself and if you're hungry, at 12 Oaks Mall, pull your shoe off and eat it. You'll have a better experience and the taste will be better.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago