Lewis Fugeman2018-12-17T13:21:39-04:00

Whew, death really tuckers you out

Most embarrassing moment?
Participating in a D.A.R.E. assembly in high school, I fell asleep under a sheet that represented death (I know, right?) and woke to the sound of 1,000 teens laughing at me.

You have $50 to spend on a charity. Who gets it?
Since I’m from Appalachia and have witnessed the power of literacy, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Your walk-out song?
“Return of the Mack,” by Mark Morrison

Lewis Fugeman

Account Coordinator

You can trust him with your business …

At an age when other kids were singing into their hairbrushes in front of mirrors, Lewis was belting out “The Star-Spangled Banner” in front of a stadium full of people. When he was just 10 years old and again at 11, he performed solo before Cincinnati Reds games at Great American Ball Park, just another step in a lifetime spent performing.

Lewis’ passion for music provides a perfect soundtrack for his communications career, too. He understands how to meld different voices, styles, rhythms and dynamics to create something that hits the mark. His specialties include social media and website management, event planning and content creation.

… and you’ll want to hang out with him, too.

If you find yourself at a karaoke bar or, who knows, a “Pitch Perfect”-style singing competition, you and your friends are definitely going to slay. And you’ll never be bored with Lewis — whatever you’re talking about, he’s probably got a story, and he’s definitely going to make you laugh.

Whew, death really tuckers you out

Most embarrassing moment?
Participating in a D.A.R.E. assembly in high school, I fell asleep under a sheet that represented death (I know, right?) and woke to the sound of 1,000 teens laughing at me.

You have $50 to spend on a charity. Who gets it?
Since I’m from Appalachia and have witnessed the power of literacy, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Your walk-out song?
“Return of the Mack,” by Mark Morrison