Ken was a high-profile real estate broker in Branson Missouri for more than 30 years becoming the youngest realtor in the state at the age of 21. He is responsible for the marketing and sales for Guerrilla Signs. Giving back to the community is very important to him. He helped raise $160 million for the Branson Airport and served as the chairman of the board for the first three years of the airport’s operations.
At the age of 11, Ken was helping his uncle put out open house signs. His uncle complained of how easily the signs scratched his car, and how difficult they were to display and store. His uncle told him that someday someone would redesign the real estate sign. Unfortunately, a week later, Ken lost his uncle in a plane crash. The inspiration from working alongside his uncle stayed with the entrepreneur, and ultimately manifested itself in our company. Throughout his career, Ken attempted to design a sign that would solve all of the problems with traditional signage; he even went to several engineers who all told him that it couldn’t be done. He prayed on it, and two weeks later a good friend introduced him to Russell.
Marketing The Signs
Ken Coleman, is the marketing genius behind Guerrilla Signs. With his incredible ability to think outside the box, Coleman has given new meaning to the term “guerrilla marketing.”
The company has kicked off with a bang, gaining major interest from national companies such as, Wendy’s, QuikTrip and Chrysler.
To introduce this new sign to the masses, Coleman brought to life another brilliant creation…the energetic and fun-loving mascot of the company, Rusken. This talking life-sized Gorilla catches everyone’s attention at sponsored events. The mascot’s playful interaction with unsuspecting attendees is always the most memorable part of the event.
Whether you discover Guerrilla Signs online, in person or high-fiving Rusken, you are experiencing this New Media. Ken’s true passion is inspiring businesses to take control of how to tell their own story.