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Chris Murch

Posted by Chris Murch on January 16, 2019

Interview with Chris:

How did you get your start with Five Tier?

Well, I graduated from Ithaca College in May of 2017 and after majoring in Sports Media and minoring in Communications I decided to go sell beer for a living in Brooklyn, while living in New Jersey for some reason (as you can tell I had a lot of learning to do about the world). I then worked in technology sales for a year but the entire time I was working, I was writing for 3-5 sports blogs every week and gathering as many writing samples I possibly could. I wanted to make words and content my career and after smashing apply on Indeed for about two months, I got a call from Five Tier, had a few interviews and got the job. I’m happy to be here!

What do you do on a daily basis?

A lot! Whether it’s growing Five Tier’s social media presence, writing up press releases and original content, managing the content on FT’s website, reaching out to media personnel or turning ideas from throughts to content, I have my hand in many things.

Is a hot dog a sandwich?

This is a hill that I will die on. No a hot dog is not a sandwich. A sandwich, in my opinion, is when meat/cheese/spread etc. is between TWO slices of bread. A hot dog bun is one canoe looking piece of overloaded carbs. A hot dog is a food all on it’s own and should be recognized as so. Don’t believe me? Read this article from USA Today concerning this —-> https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2015/11/07/a-hot-dog-is-not-a-sandwich/75362898/