• Look Who is Growing

    Entertainment, Corporate, Non-Profit, and Hospitality...

    Entertainment Industry


    Mark just completed a successful national campaign to promote Paramount Pictures movie, Same Kind of Different as Me. Based on the New York Times bestseller by the same name, it is the true story of a broken marriage that rediscovered love, trust and forgiveness by serving those experiencing homelessness.


    Mark (and his team) oversaw red-carpet events in 127 cities, on 394 screens totaling 78,153 pre-sold tickets.

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    Retreats. Conference Centers.

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    Corporate Clients


    Mark has consulted for 139 different for-profit and non-profit organizations. In addition, he has provided market research (code for part of a team who gives feedback on advertising strategies prior to launching) for AT&T, Nissan, Red Lobster, Nestle, Speedstick, Office Depot and recently for Citi's Olympic ads featuring Gabby Douglas.


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    Social Clients


    As a Social Entrepreneur, Mark cares deeply about various causes.

    • Same Kind of Different as Me Foundation - Restoring the lives of the homeless, hungry, abused and hurting.
    • Water4 - empowers local entrepreneurs to bring clean water to their own communities
    • ECFA - Evangelical Counsel for Financial Accountability
    • AGRM - Association of Gospel Rescue Missions
    • UCYC - United Christian Youth Camp
    • ACCC - Angeles Crest Christian Camp
    • The Journey - Real Church for Real People
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    Same Kind Foundation 

    Senior Advisor and Booking Agent - Ron Hall


    Not only did Ron write the New York Times bestseller Same Kind of Different as Me and movie screen play - he lived it!


    Ron has helped raise $97 million for agencies who serve those experiencing homelessness.


    Invite Ron to to do the same by inspiring growth with your donors.


    Contact Mark to schedule Ron Hall.


    Photo - left to right:

    Mark P. Fisher, Ron Hall, Djimon Hounsou, and Greg Kinnear, at the Union Gospel Rescue Mission in Fort Worth TX where the story took place.

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