Neil Schwartz has over twenty years of advertising and marketing experience. He has been recognized as an industry leader in business to business sales, receiving numerous awards for his outstanding achievements.
Neil's career got started back in the 1980's selling advertising space to local businesses on Long Island, NY. In the early 1990's he became an account executive for Yellow Book USA, the largest independent yellow page publisher in the world. A seven consecutive year President's Club winner, Neil was instrumental in Yellow Book's tremendous growth during the late 1990's.
Neil was a pioneer in online advertising and marketing in the early 1990's when dial-up bulletin boards were used to help bring sellers and buyers together. Today, as a direct mail marketing strategist, Neil helps small businesses penetrate new markets, attract new customers, improve bottom line sales, and ultimately increase revenues.
Neil's interests outside of his professional life are diverse. He enjoys playing guitar, tennis, and spending time in the great outdoors. Neil is also an avid treasure hunter, digging many relics and coins spanning five centuries. He is well known for his frequent contributions to many metal detecting magazines and forums, and has been featured in many metal detecting publications and websites .
In July, 2009 Neil was appointed Commissioner of the Cherry Hill Historical Commission by Mayor Bernie Platt. Dedicated to preserving the history of the Township, the Cherry Hill Historical Commission, collects, preserves and maintains township archives and memorabilia and assists in identifying historical resources in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
Neil lives in Southern New Jersey with this wife and two children. Click here to contact Neil.