Pete Turns on Heat: Snyder Fires Up Campaign For Virginia Lieutenant Governor

SPRINGFIELD, VA – Technology entrepreneur, social media pioneer and conservative Fox News commentator Pete Snyder today announced his candidacy to become the 40th Lieutenant Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. “The technology company that booted up in my kitchen over a decade ago created hundreds of high-paying Virginia jobs over the years, and founded an entirely […]

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Time For A New Face To Shake Up Virginia GOP

Excerpts From Bearing Drift By John Fredericks The Republican Party of Virginia has seen better days. The Commonwealth, once a reliable red state and a key lynchpin of the GOP’s presidential map turned blue for the national Democrats twice in four years. […] It might be time for a new face to enter the mix […]

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Social Media Pioneer and Disruptor Capital CEO Pete Snyder Joins Fox News as Contributor

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Aug 06, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Disruptor Capital CEO and Virginia Victory 2012 Chairman Pete Snyder is joining the Fox News team as an on-air contributor. A former pollster and media consultant turned technology entrepreneur, Snyder brings 20 years of experience in the private sector and in politics. Snyder said, “I am thrilled […]

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Disruptive and ‘smart’: Va. GOP leader’s new award

Washington Examiner May 23, 2012 — 1:12 PM Virginia high-tech and social media whiz Pete Snyder has won another award, this one for his smarts, a timely recognition as he looks at a 2013 GOP bid for lieutenant governor. “It’s always great to be in good company,” Snyder said of his inclusion in SmartCEO’s “Leaders […]

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Social media pioneer starts investment firm

Pete Snyder isn’t resting. He is catching the next wave. A month ago, the early social media pioneer was an executive at Meredith Corp., which had bought his New Media Strategies firm in 2007 — making Snyder and many NMS employees wealthy and happy. Snyder, 39, left Meredith at the end of 2011 and started Disruptor Capital, […]

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Ad Boss Shares Good Fortune With Staff

From the New York Post Now that’s a good boss — ask anybody in Madison Avenue. When advertising CEO Pete Snyder cashed out and sold control of his company back in 2007, he stayed in charge but didn’t keep all the sale proceeds for himself. Instead, he plowed some of the windfall into a stock […]

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