The holidays are a busy time of year, and to help keep our agency running smoothly, we’re welcoming a new member to our team. Trilix is pleased to introduce Jack, our new December intern — er … elftern!

Jack comes to us with an inquisitive mind, a tireless work ethic and a smile that seems almost painted on his face. Since day one, he’s been working hard to show that great things come in small packages! Never one to back down from new situations, Jack has made himself right at home exploring the agency and helping out our teams as they work their magic headed into the holidays.

Of course, being an elftern comes with some serious responsibilities — since coming on board, we’ve relied on Jack for everything from cookie testing to limerick satisfaction surveys and everything in between. There’s not much Jack won’t do to impress his new coworkers (all those #ElfImprovement podcasts are really paying off!), and we’re excited to see where his time with Trilix will take us.



Jack can be shy, but once you get to know him, he’s bound to pop up just about anywhere and everywhere. “People often mistake me for some sort of advertising genius,” he said. “But that’s only half true! It’s not all about me. My favorite thing to do is to spend time thinking of ways I can help others do their best work!” Always sharp-witted and full of wisdom, Jack is sure to have some surprises in store for us … and we can’t wait!

Join us in welcoming Jack to the team, and follow along online with #TrilixElftern!

Fun Facts About Jack

If you didn’t work in this industry what would your career of choice be?

Luckily, there are all sorts of positions out there for elves! I think upper management is calling my name!

What do you like to do in your free time?

I’ve always been interested in body building and have seen some serious gains lately. Don’t forget leg day!

Are you a morning person or night owl?

I typically do my best work at night. For some reason, I just have so much energy when others aren’t around!

Tell us something no one would guess about you.

I have about 10,000 brothers and sisters around the world — wherever they are, I hope they’re doing well!

Is there anything else you’d like to tell us?

Don’t take my overuse of exclamation points as insincerity; this is just how I talk!