Upcoming event

Our upcoming OneMoreCustomer event features Fran Tarkenton and special guest, Charlie Siciak, CEO, Goodwipes, discussing the Jaw-Dropping Power of Guerilla Marketing.

Live Broadcast | Thursday, April 26th | 12:30 pm ET

About This Event

If you’re a small business, a startup, or an entrepreneur, there’s a strong possibility that the marketing budget is tight. The good news is that you don’t need a huge budget to make a major impact on your market. Tune in as Charlie Siciak, co-founder of the growing startup company Goodwipes, shares his own success story and shows you the keys to successful guerilla marketing, including how to:

  • Promote your business with little to no money
  • Create a memorable marketing campaign
  • Get outside your comfort zone to achieve better results



About Our Guest

Charlie Siciak is the CEO and Co-Founder of Goodwipes, a convenient and eco-friendly take on disposable wet wipes designed for the on-the-go lifestyles of today’s busy and active consumers. Charlie and his team at Goodwipes have grown their brand and their sales from startup to national retail and online distribution, primarily through the power of guerilla marketing. Charlie is a graduate of Florida State University and a dedicated entrepreneur who aspires to inspire those around him through entrepreneurship, servant leadership, and selfless ambition. With an “act now, ask questions later” mentality, Charlie is quick to pull the trigger; executing everyday with purpose-driven priorities to be as effective as possible.

About Our Host

Fran Tarkenton is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame, playing quarterback for the University of Georgia, the Minnesota Vikings, and the New York Giants during a record-setting career that took him to three Super Bowls. Since retiring from football Fran has had a successful and publicly recognized business career, building more than 20 companies (including during his NFL career). Today, Fran is a trusted spokesperson for small business in America, appearing as a small business authority with television, radio, and print journalists.