Our Halloween Costumes are Pretty Sketchy

Colton Mulligan: CEO & Wolfman




Michael Hutzel: CCO & Frankenstein




Joe Boettcher: CTO & Mummy




Rachel Figley: Account Supervisor & Bride of Frankenstein




Travis Wilson: Developer & Dracula




Kelsey Greer: Graphic Designer & Witch




Mary Ellen Adkins: Developer & Maleficent




Amelia Handshoe: Account Executive & Pirate




Drew Beamer: Art Director & Skeleton




Mason Schmitt: Intern & Pumpkin




Ian Kendall: Developer & Zombie




Ashley Hillig: Account Executive & Clown




Booooo to Costume Procrastination

It’s spooky late to be deciding what you’ll be for Halloween, so stop being a little witch and get your tricks together. We’re here to lend a hand and we’re dead serious when we say these are some wicked good costume puns…


Brush with Death



Grapes of Wrath



Couch Potato



Formal Apology



Identity Theft



Holy Guacamole & Holy Cow



Ginger Bread Man



Snakes on a Plane



The Cloud



Iron Chef



French Kiss



Pot Heads


Paid Internship: Join the Skulk (Group of Foxes)


We’re looking for a Spring 2018 intern!

We believe creativity is best when it is simple, honest, and based on strategy. Through collaboration with our client’s experience and our marketing expertise, we make relevant and powerful connections with an intended audience.

As a FoxFuel intern, you’ll have insight into all the inner workings of a fast-paced, small agency. We do everything from branding to marketing strategy to web development. We value hard work, great ideas, and team spirit. If you’re looking to gain experience, make connections, and aren’t above wiping down the conference table and making coffee, a FoxFuel Creative internship is for you.


  • Accepting applications: Third week in October – first week in December
  • Decision: Third week in December
  • Internship: Third week in January – first week in May
    (12 hours/week, 12-week internship)

Position Details:

  • Well-rounded with great attitude
  • Will serve as general agency intern, reporting to all departments, but able to utilize specialized skill set
  • There will be a formal review process at 3 weeks in which the internship may be terminated should the intern fail to meet requirements and expressed expectations
  • Paid internship, class credit available

To apply, send your resume, cover letter, portfolio (if applicable), and a short video to kelsey@foxfuelcreative.com. Your video should answer the following questions:

  1. What are your career goals?
  2. What are you good at professionally?
  3. What do you suck at professionally?
  4. Why do you want to intern at FoxFuel?

And make sure you read this blog about how to be a great intern.

Nice to Meet You: Ian Kendall

Role at FoxFuel:



What’s Your Favorite…

Show on Netflix?
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: they’re narcissistic, idiotic, energetic, and full of terrible ideas. They remind me of my friends!

Happy place in Nashville?
Any taco truck, where you will find me eating a $5 burrito doused in hot sauce and sippin’ on sweet Horchata.

80’s hair band?
Def Leppard! Sure they’re as old as my parents but I’ve still seen ‘em 3 times! (Not even halfway joking)

Book that describes your life?
Idealistic answer: On the Road by Jack Kerouac
Realistic answer: Web Design for Dummies

My ‘60s reissue Sunburst Les Paul

Fictional character?
Jim from The Office

All About Ian

Where were you born?
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

What is the most frustrating question, comment, or feedback you get related to work?
“Oh, you know how to code? Will you hack my neighbor’s WiFi?”

What was the first thing you failed at?
Adding on to my 1-hit-streak in my first (and only) season of little league baseball. It was almost one for the record books.

If you could do anything other than advertising, what would it be?
I’d make a super-trill rapper.

What is the best memory you had from your childhood?
Playing Green Day covers at my 5th grade talent show. I think the fame went to my head a little bit.

Who’s the person in your life you look up to the most?
The man taking my order from inside the taco truck.

What do you look forward to the most every day?
If I’m being good, the road ahead of me. If I’m not, my cell phone.

Would you rather only listen to Nickelback songs or reread all 56 pages of iTunes’ terms and conditions, every day for the rest of your life.
NICKELBACK ALL DAY. C’mon, there are some decent cuts from the older years. I don’t celebrate their entire catalog, just the pre-2005 stuff!

Nice to Meet You: Mason Schmitt

Role at FoxFuel:



What’s Your Favorite…

Show on Netflix?
Whatever is playing in the background while I get distracted by the internet.

Happy place in Nashville?
FoxFuel Creative and High Garden Tea

Favorite beer?
Hopslam Ale, Bells Brewery

80’s hair band?
I was born in 1996.

Book that describes your life?
I’m more of a podcast kind of girl. You Made it Weird with Pete Holmes is my favorite.

Fictional character?
Sigourney Weaver

All About Mason

Where were you born?
In a hospital.

What is the most frustrating question, comment, or feedback you get related to work?
“Don’t worry about it.” Too late boss. Too late.

If you could do anything other than advertising, what would it be?
Run my own small family farm.

What is an embarrassing memory you had from your childhood?
One time, at tennis camp, all the big kids were hopping the fence to go to the snack shack. I wanted to hang with the big kids so I had to hop the fence too. I got to the top of the fence then fell onto the ground, yet my shorts remained on the fence having ripped clean off of my body. The big kids were not sympathetic.

Who’s the person in your life you look up to the most?
My best friend Nic. He’s pretty tall (He’s also incredibly hardworking and creative.).

What do you look forward to the most every day?
My evening phone call with Tom Hanks.

How did you get so awesome?
That’s classified.