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Brandlighting Purpose: Marketing Services for Businesses and Nonprofits
Brandlighting Purpose: Marketing Services for Businesses and Nonprofits

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A great recipe for living life! Wish I had all the ingredients.
-Keith Stevens
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Unemployment reaches historic low; business survival rate tops in the nation:
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This exercise really helped me to reevaluate my life, and those who are in my life. It’s a great way to start the new year. ~Dave Clutter
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Don't miss Tech.2018 on February 21! Tech.2018 will offer a rapid fire look at emerging technologies, cyber security, logistics and more. We're also excited to announce that global futurist, Jack Uldrich, will be Tech.2018’s keynote speaker. Jack Uldrich is a leading futurist, author, and speaker who helps organizations gain the critical foresight they need to create a successful future. His work is based on the transformational principles of unlearning – or freeing yourself from obsolete knowledge and assumptions – as a strategy to survive and thrive in an era of unparalleled change. SIGN UP TODAY: https://buff.ly/2F1BVCx
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Thanks for your kind words @RevolGreens! So honored to be of help on your exciting project! Can't wait for your greens in December! #mngrown #golocaleatfresh

"I worked with Katie Nelson with digiGLOW to layout our Business Plan to present to our investors. We completed a month-long project in nine days. The feedback I received from investors was very positive--they wanted to know what group I hired to prepare the plan for us, and it has been the best business plan that they’ve seen in 20 years." Jay Johnson, Revol Greens
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#GoogleMaps useful tip #8: BEAM A MAP DIRECTLY TO YOUR PHONE OR CAR
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The most unusual colors from Harvard’s storied pigment library include beetle extracts, poisonous metals, and human mummies.
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