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Sabrae Gracia

Account Executive

  • Birthplace: Montgomery, Texas
  • College: University of Alabama
  • Previous companies: McFadden/Gavender Advertising, Desert Diamonds Casinos & Entertainment, Metro Concrete Products
  • Brands Sabrae has worked on: Sweetleaf Stevia, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, The Good Bean, Regatta Craft Mixers, HSL Properties
  • Industry experience: CPG, Hospitality & Entertainment, Real Estate
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Case Study: Way To Go

How can a brand encourage smarter commuting options?

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THINGS YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT SABRAE

  • Cities lived in: Dallas, Indianapolis, Tuscaloosa, Tucson
  • What do you do in your spare time? I absolutely love traveling and being outdoors. Once the snow starts falling, you’ll be able to find me on the slopes.
  • Someday I plan to go to…every continent. But Dubai, Japan, Egypt, and Chile are at the top of my list.
  • Unexpected fun fact: I’ve been regarded in some circles as an up-and-coming trivia queen. If you ever find yourself wondering “which monarch’s remains were exhumed from a British parking lot in 2012” or “what fast food staple has Don Gorske been eating for the last 50 years”, I’m your girl.
  • A really big accomplishment: Being the first person in my family to attend and graduate college.
  • Who knew? I spend 11 months of the year planning my Halloween costume(s). Is it overzealous, or just dedication and commitment???
  • A quote you love: “Mediocre people hate high achievers, and high achievers hate mediocre people.” Nick Saban
  • Why marketing? I love how this industry truly requires both sides of the brain. You’re able to utilize your creative abilities all while developing it with a strategic purpose.
  • Favorite food(s): Anything Italian, crawfish, lobster rolls, eggs Benedict, and Tex-Mex.
  • Favorite show(s): RPDR, Gilmore Girls, random history documentaries, and lots of true crime. Stop what you’re doing, and go watch Blackbird right now.
  • Favorite word(s): Serendipitous
  • What’s your secret weapon in life? Using movie quotes to get out of questions I don’t have a good answer for. 60% of the time, it works every time.