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We've got your event covered. Umbrellas, blankets, throws, shawls, parasols, fans ... rent or purchase whatever you need to keep Mother Nature at bay!
We've got your event covered. Umbrellas, blankets, throws, shawls, parasols, fans ... rent or purchase whatever you need to keep Mother Nature at bay!

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"Your umbrellas arrived today. They are GORGEOUS!!" - Stacey DeWine, +Panache Event Group 
Stacey, our friend through +ISESInternational , called us for umbrellas to keep a Texas wedding covered from impending sprinkles. The umbrellas were boxed and out the door as quick as a whistle. They snagged this cute photo (credit: Panache). Thanks, Stacey!
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Think Splendid: The Most Important Part of Branding - If making other people feel important is the most critical part of branding (and it is), then assume intelligence on the part of your potential clients. Yes, you know something they don't. Yes, you have something they need. Treating them like they're dumb or not as smart as you simply because they don't have those things is a surefire way to get them to take their money elsewhere. Originally published March 2013 Cont... http://ow.ly/2XaPl7

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Think Splendid: Successful Storytelling - A client doesn't hire you just because they heard your story. A client hires you because they believe your story will help make theirs better in some way. Stories drive marketing and stories are what sell, but make no mistake: when it comes to these things your story is never really about you. If you want your storytelling to succeed, try a little less me, a lot more here's how life can be easier/simpler/better/more joyous/more ... http://ow.ly/2X7DFs

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Think Splendid: Setting Yourself Apart From Your Competition http://ow.ly/2X4c8S

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Think Splendid: How Millennials Give To Charity - When it comes to charitable giving, the millennial generation (aka Gen Y, born between 1979-2000) believes in "give as you go" rather than "giving back." This distinction is anything but trite. The organizations that consistently push "giving back" miss out on cultivating an emotional connection with this generation. Millennials were told they could make a difference in their daily lives through actions great and small, ... http://ow.ly/2X0N7a

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Think Splendid: Splendid Sundays Volume 176 - A handful of splendid finds from around the worldwide web: The number of WhatsApp messages sent daily now exceeds the number of standard texts. "Last year it handled more than 7 trillion messages, about 1,000 per person." [The Economist] How one knitter makes almost $1 million a year on Etsy. "Without an advertising budget, ThreeBirdNest promotes instead through social media and word-of-mouth." [Fast Company] The NFL hires i... http://ow.ly/2WXuVS

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Think Splendid: On Conventional Wisdom - Conventional wisdom is rarely wise. Conventional wisdom said the earth was flat, that apartheid was good, that women shouldn't vote, that processed food is better for you, that climate change is a hoax. If you're basing your business strategy on conventional wisdom, you may want to reevaluate. Just because something appears to be working for everyone doesn't necessarily mean it's the best way forward. Originally published October... http://ow.ly/2WTLBk

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Think Splendid: Learning To Trust Yourself - Trust is built with consistency. If we want to trust ourselves more — our gut, our intuition — then we need to trust that we have the capacity to create something of beauty, to make things better, to change the world. Yes, we allow others to limit us, but mostly we limit ourselves. When we consistently hear ourselves say, "I'm not X" or "I can't do Y," we are building the wrong kind of trust. We are trusting that we are not s... http://ow.ly/2WR11w

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Think Splendid: On Love, Marriage and Business with @SylviaWeinstock http://ow.ly/2WNVH9
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