Pollo Comms spoke with Comstock's magazine
about how younger business owners are responding to the pandemic.
For many young adults, there’s another kind of investing that matters: building and maintaining great business connections. For Sarah Pollo Moo, 36, owner of public relations firm Pollo Communications in Sacramento, it’s buying from local businesses — she’s keeping her online ordering local and re-upping her local professional association memberships.
“A lot of us have PR contracts with (local businesses),” she says. “A lot of my peers are trying to put money back into their local community so that they can continue to have business afterward.”
Pollo Comms was featured alongside Sacramento Councilmember Eric Guerra in Sacramento Magazine's election edition.
With Election Day here, hard lines have been drawn throughout the country when it comes to disparities concerning culture, spirituality, politics and police reform. As people continue to argue opposing views on everything from mask mandates to distance learning, it’s important to search for glimmers of unity.
Remember, there is also room for more lighthearted debates, ones that keep us honest, such as the Las Vegas Raiders or the San Francisco 49ers, and more importantly, does pineapple belong on pizza? (The answer is yes.) At the end of each day, we are all humans with unique attributes, and that’s what gives us an opportunity to learn and to grow. These three pairs of colleagues, siblings and partners beautifully illustrate how people can be collectively united through their differences.
Representing industries ranging from law and health care to real estate and technology, these young professionals are helping boost the region’s vitality and competitiveness.
Pollo founded Pollo Communications after a decade of experience working with elected officials and public relations firms. She encourages co-workers to value the importance of going beyond a 9-5 job and become apart of their community for both employer visibility and personal growth as well as network building.
Pollo started her career as an intern in the governor's office and then rose through the ranks at fast-paced public relations firms before starting her own company in August 2018. Pollo served on the board of the Hornets Policy & Politics Alumni, a chapter of Sacramento State University's Alumni Association and now has an advisory role....
Leadership Sacramento is a program of the Sacramento Metro Chamber Foundation that develops community-minded business and civic leaders of tomorrow. Part of their curriculum for each annual class is to choose a local non-profit organization to share their leadership and fundraising support with. Hear about both Leadership Sacramento and their choice of non-profit from current class cohort, Sarah Pollo Moo. For more information on Leadership Sacramento visit www.metrochamber.org. This podcast was produced by Hear Me Now Studio.