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Downtown Where the Living and Commuting is Easy Downtown: Where the Living and Commuting is Easy Choosing to live in downtown Tampa was never on our radar until the opportunity was presented to us. From Day One my husband and I embraced urban living like ducks to water: trolleying to Ybor City, walking to restaurants, attending events at Curtis Hixon Park, exhibits at the art museum, and hockey games and concerts at Amalie Arena. We were always fans of walking but living at The Channel District fueled it even further. Every day we’d cross the street to Riverwalk and do the four miles to the Straz Center and back, with Elvis our dog setting the pace. We felt rejuvenated from the exercise and new friendships we made, and liberated from the chores that come with single-family homes. Three months into downtown living, we...
Meet MIC’s Newest Social Media Specialist Amanda Molinaro Meet MIC’s Newest Social Media Specialist, Amanda Molinaro Choosing to live in downtown Tampa was never on our radar until the opportunity was presented to us. From Day One my husband and I embraced urban living like ducks to water: trolleying to Ybor City, walking to restaurants, attending events at Curtis Hixon Park, exhibits at the art museum, and hockey games and concerts at Amalie Arena. We were always fans of walking but living at The Channel District fueled it even further. Every day we’d cross the street to Riverwalk and do the four miles to the Straz Center and back, with Elvis our dog setting the pace. We felt rejuvenated from the exercise and new friendships we made, and liberated from the chores that come with single-family homes. Three months into downtown living, we...
Meet Kristen Diaz MIC's Newest Project Manager Meet Kristen Diaz, MIC’s Newest Project Manager Choosing to live in downtown Tampa was never on our radar until the opportunity was presented to us. From Day One my husband and I embraced urban living like ducks to water: trolleying to Ybor City, walking to restaurants, attending events at Curtis Hixon Park, exhibits at the art museum, and hockey games and concerts at Amalie Arena. We were always fans of walking but living at The Channel District fueled it even further. Every day we’d cross the street to Riverwalk and do the four miles to the Straz Center and back, with Elvis our dog setting the pace. We felt rejuvenated from the exercise and new friendships we made, and liberated from the chores that come with single-family homes. Three months into downtown living, we...
Branding Your WordPress Site Branding Your WordPress Site Presentation Matters It has been stated on this very site previously: Your brand is your business, and your business is your brand. And your brand is so much more than just having a great logo for your business cards and marketing materials. It’s the public “face” of your company as well, which means that the overall design, color, and layout of all of your marketing efforts plays a role in how your brand is perceived by your customers. So it’s a good idea to ensure that your brand is reflected in your website as well, since a lot of your customers, including your new ones, will interact with your business through your site. If you’re like lots of business owners these days, odds are good that...
Downtown Where the Living and Commuting is Easy Downtown: Where the Living and Commuting is Easy Choosing to live in downtown Tampa was never on our radar until the opportunity was presented to us. From Day One my husband and I embraced urban living like ducks to water: trolleying to Ybor City, walking to restaurants, attending events at Curtis Hixon Park, exhibits at the art museum, and hockey games and concerts at Amalie Arena. We were always fans of walking but living at The Channel District fueled it even further. Every day we’d cross the street to Riverwalk and do the four miles to the Straz Center and back, with Elvis our dog setting the pace. We felt rejuvenated from the exercise and new friendships we made, and liberated from the chores that come with single-family homes. Three months into downtown living, we...
Meet MIC’s Newest Social Media Specialist Amanda Molinaro Meet MIC’s Newest Social Media Specialist, Amanda Molinaro - According to Maya Angelou, “You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” Marketing in Color’s newest Social Media Specialist, Amanda...
Meet Kristen Diaz MIC's Newest Project Manager Meet Kristen Diaz, MIC’s Newest Project Manager - Marketing In Color’s newest Project Manager, Kristen Diaz, graduated from Loyola University in New Orleans with a degree in Mass Communications — but she remains...
Branding Your WordPress Site Branding Your WordPress Site - Presentation Matters It has been stated on this very site previously: Your brand is your business, and your business is your brand. And your brand is...
How My Lost Sweet Girl Became My Found Sweetie How My Lost Sweet Girl Became My Found Sweetie - I didn’t always have a soft spot in my heart for dogs. It seems almost impossible to think there was a time in my life...
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