Staff Spotlight: Richie Edquid

Richie Edquid is best known for invading subcultures and exploiting their memes.  In his quest to find what’s next he is always next level.

Richie Edquid is a San Diego native who first entered into the events industry by heading local area promotions for an import car enthusiast website, while still in high school. Taking this experience he helped in founding a local web lifestyle magazine.
Having a background in leading street teams, web promotion, and event photography Richie started Rich and Creamy to begin producing night life events.
Rich and Creamy, as an events production and support company, quickly grew out of this – expanding his repertoire to include: representing talent in the fields of fashion, entertainment, art and media; community involvement and organizing within the local Asian  and  general San Diego public; conferences, conventions, and festivals;and continually backing both high profile and under the radar events within San Diego.
Through the non profit and event work Richie does he almost has commendations from all branches and levels of government except from a judge and the President’s office/cabinet.  If you have any leads on how to do this he will buy you a steak dinner.  Tweet @RichandCreamy with tips!
Currently, Richie is a major backer of:
The Asian Cultural Festival of San Diego – Founding Committee Member, Marketing Chair
Anime Conji – Marketing, PR, and Communications Director
Gam3rCon – Roof top Events and Planning Committee Member
Social Media Club – San Diego Chapter Founding Chapter Relaunch Member
San Diego Asian Film Festival – F&B Coordinator
Art Around Adams – VIP and Green Room Host
AMP (coming September 17th 2011 for the 1st time) – Founding Committee Member, Secretary of War
SanSFiS – Board Member
Richie Edquid will be moderating the following sessions:
“Turning Fandom into Fame”
“Startup Lessons: a round table discussion about the trials and serendipities of launching a new venture”

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