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Sharon and Andy Azula had an idea. They dreamed of creating fun, maybe silly things, for kids that would make certain moments in children’s lives more special. They wanted to bring parents and children together. They also wanted to find a way to start giving back. So after many years…Read More
Tanya Heath of Chesterfield was chosen as one of McDonald’s corporation’s Ray Kroc award winners. Chosen globally from more than 37,000 restaurants, these individuals represent the top 1 percent of McDonald’s restaurant managers from around the world. Named after McDonald’s Corporation founder, Ray Kroc, the award recognizes and rewards hardworking…Read More
“Her experience from actually living in and experiencing countries all over the world brought an invaluable perspective to our research,” Dick said. “Working with influencers in our local community is how we bring a unique advantage to the brand.” Read the full article here.Read More
A Whole Hour to Get Bacon with Anything on the Menu—That’s Right—ANYTHING. One Day, One Hour Only, in Celebration of Bacon’s Arrival to Three Menu Classics In celebration of bacon’s limited time arrival to the Classics – the Big Mac® Bacon burger, Quarter Pounder®* Bacon burger and Cheesy Bacon Fries…Read More
We’re SO excited about this new spot for our client, Dr. Wiley. Thank you SO much to Katy O’Brien Holder, Melissa Wirt, Blair Bode Barkley and their families for helping us show what At Your Door Pediatrics is all about! And to Departure Point Films for being fantastic partners! “Sooner…Read More
To say Jason Valentino and his bride-to-be Ambar Rieken love the McDonalds McRib is an understatement. The couple included the iconic sandwich in their engagement shoot, with photos by Memories by JP.More info at McRibRVA.comPlease contact me if you’d like to do a story on this! I would LOVE to talk…Read More
I joined my colleagues and international guests on the panel for the International Business Forum. The topic was “The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly.” (I talked about the good, of course) “Looking outside of our own group is really trying to understand people who think differently than us,” she…Read More
Local restaurateurs, chefs, and foodies helped us welcome our newest client, The Scottish Salmon Company. Thank you to Candy Valley Cake Co. for coming through on these themed cake pops. (and thank you to eBay for coming through on this Tartan dress.) launched instagram – Lochlander Virginia. Here’s Jacqui, the…Read More
The TFB Team had a wonderful time at the Virginia PR Awards last night. We celebrated two of our clients: Overcoming Bias Book and The VCU Brandcenter. Their campaigns won in the word-of-mouth and social media categories, respectively. Both client teams joined us, along with our clients/friends at James River…Read More
I loved partnering with photographer extraordinaire Caroline Martin and Richmond Region tourism on the Tiramisu For Breakfast Guide to Richmond. It would be impossible to list every place in Richmond that I love, but you can read about a few of them here.Read More
TFB Agency is real! Thank you so much to everyone who made this possible! Especially Matthew Rosenberg for the site, Molly Covert of Rabbit Foot Fern Design for the logo and Justin Laughter and Chris Gatewood of Threshold Council for making sure everything is legal. Thanks to my very first…Read More
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McDonald's Introduces International Menu For A Limited Time.
Richmond's First Book On Modernism
Inspired by customers' curiosity about menu items from around the world, The Stroopwafel McFlurry (The Netherlands), the Grand McExtreme Bacon Burger (Spain), the Tomato Mozzarella Chicken Sandwich (Canada) and Cheesy Bacon Fries (Australia) nationwide starting June 5.
This year Modern Richmond, a non-profit with a mission to promote, educate and celebrate modernism in Richmond, celebrates 10 years of tours of modern homes and businesses in the city and surrounding counties with the publication of their first book, not only documenting over half these tours, but also celebrating Modernism in Richmond.
A Brief History of McDonald's In Richmond
Dr. Tiffany Jana In Forbes
McDonald's New Donut Sticks are Nikki-Dee Approved!
In May 1963, a Times-Dispatch report announced that the first McDonald’s drive-in restaurants were coming to Richmond. The very first McDonald’s in Richmond was constructed at 5520 W. Broad St. —which is still a McDonald's today. Read the full story here.
"The field started as social justice. It was about doing the right thing. With evidence that a diverse workforce improves the bottom line, the field has grown in importance. Now it’s a business imperative."
Her forecast: "The roads will be slick hut the donuts will be hot!"
STYLE WEEKLY's Top 40 Under 40
Downtime: Christina Dick's balancing act
Social media marketer settles down in Shockoe
"The social media marketer and blogger behind TFB Agency and Tiramisu for Breakfast is better known around town for the enthusiasm and laughter she brings to her work. But when she’s not cracking jokes and connecting with clients, the 30-year-old does what she describes as both fun but also the one thing that puts a serious look on her face: gymnastics."
Alumna Reflects on path toward entrepreneurship
The Next Tuesday Podcast
Making GEICO's Gecko a social media star
Richmond Is What You Make It
VCU celebrates its top 10 graduates of the last decade
"Christina Dick, Community Manager at The Martin Agency and 2010 VCU Mass Communications alum (concentration in strategic advertising), does the social reporting for GEICO, taking trips with the gecko to gather content for the client's Facebook page."
"Christina’s kind of a social butterfly around RVA, she’s a social recruiter by day, member of several boards and organizations, adult gymnastics participant, and spends her spare time with Tiramisu for Breakfast."
"The awards celebrate alumni who have earned their first VCU degree within the past 10 years and who have enjoyed remarkable professional success, made important contributions to their community and/or loyally supported the university."