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We made a black version of the Tiramisu For Breakfast Scholarship fundraiser shirts/sweatshirts. Thanks so much to everyone who has supported! I appreciate you so much!
What I Wish I’d Known: Women on the Most Valuable Lessons From Their 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s
Thank you thank you thank you to Malcolm Venable for inviting me to be a part of this Shondaland article.
Not only was it an honor to be included but even if no one else ever saw it, the greatest gift was being prompted to reflect on this!
"Your 30 are different from your 20s! I’m surprised by that. I thought it was just: You are a kid, and then you are an adult. I never thought about how almost all of your life is spent as an adult, and there are so many stages. I look back on the last decade with rose-colored glasses. I kind of wish 30s me could give advice to 20s me. I look back and see myself as brave and generous and creative and kind."
McDonalds x UVA
NIL Sponsorship Campaign
For the second year in a row, we worked with local McDonald’s franchises of Charlottesville and alumni-driven NIL collective Cavalier Futures to create a promotional partnership UVA Athletes.
Bubba Wallace x McDonald's
The McDonald's and NASCAR teams worked together to create a fan-focused event with Bubba Wallace at the Richmond Raceway McDonald's the day before the big race.
DJ Lonnie B and Kelli Lemon joined us for music, giveaways, and lots of autographs.
Thanks to all who made this event super fun, including On Three Photography, who helped us capture the event. Thanks to Richmond Times Dispatch and BOOMER Magazine for helping us spread the word!
Steely Can Named one of the Best Canned Wines For Summer in Richmond Times Dispatch
"Wine for yacht rocking: Steely Can Wine
As if its retro tunes weren’t enough to get you in the mood to party, Richmond yacht rock band Three Sheets to the Wind now has a Steely Can Wine collection. The pandemic project-turned-business features four wines from California with whimsical branding that matches the band’s music. We like the Rosé Darling for a crisp, refreshing poolside wine or the Deacon Red with a light chill for evening campfire sitting. The latest release, Sonny’s Songria, is a sweet red with notes of cherry, strawberry, citrus and spice."
We have a special employee in Ms. Sharon. She made an impact on some of your young customers, who surprised her with flowers as a Thank You. The video of the interaction went viral and was covered by the Good News Network We celebrate the achievements of our valuable crew members through an initiative named “Thank You Crew.”
We were inspired by Jordan Matter's 10-minute photo challenge on YouTube (special thanks to my firefighter friend David for sending this to me in a Facebook message a few years ago!) to enlist ballerina Joey of Richmond's Stavna Ballet to help promote the revamp of our local Dillard's beauty department.
Raising the Standard on Raising Chickens
We traveled the East Coast to spread the word about Farmer Focus, America's fastest-growing organic chicken brand.
Blogger Favorites From The Container Store
The Container Store is finally in Richmond! It's been so cool to see everyone excited about something new in our city.
Read about my favorite things as well as details about projects done by other bloggers who worked on the campaign.
The History & Enduring Style of Leopard Print
We wrote a piece for R Home exploring the use of leopard print in interior design from ancient times through today. We had so much fun researching this article and talking to local Richmond designers. We are thrilled with how it turned out and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
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To benefit the Tiramisu For Breakfast Scholarship
Open to undergraduate students in The Robertson School of Media & Culture (Journalism, PR, and Advertising) at VCU, recipients of the Tiramisu For Breakfast scholarship will receive funds to go toward conferences, professional organizations dues, and networking events. I want students to have the same opportunities I’ve had to be involved in the Richmond community.