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Michelle Riggen-Ransom
Works at Social Glu Consulting
Attended University of Washington
Lives in Seattle
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Writer, small business owner, event planner, mother of two creeps
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  • Social Glu Consulting
    Owner and Founder, present
  • BatchBlue Software
    Writer, small business owner, mom, 2011
  • Amazon.com
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Seattle
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Providence, RI - Boston - Orlando - Rome - London - Los Angeles - Cape Cod
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Michelle Riggen-Ransom is a writer who focuses on social media, technology, nature, parenting and increasingly, the intersection of those topics. Currently, Michelle runs Social Glu, a communications consulting company, and works with MailChimp as a Web Weaver, helping them tell their stories.
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Sings a mean Madonna at karaoke; likes her martinis extra dirty
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  • University of Washington
  • Boston University
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This was a while back ago, but it still bugs me so posting it. I bought a coupon from Living Social for a cleaning. When I called them to schedule it, they said they couldn't honor it until four months (!) after the date I was calling. Clearly they are not a fan of coupon deals, in spite of the fact that bring in potential new business. They were rude, dismissive, and needless to say I never made it it due to the difficulty scheduling. Waste of money, won't ever use or recommend them to anyone.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
We had the best time riding horses - the first time for my six-year old and ten-year old. We were visiting my mom up the road and thought it would be fun to go for a ride. Not only was the staff fun and lovely, but there were many other sweet animals for the kids to visit with (goats, sheep, miniature donkeys, chickens, a bunny, even an adorable pug puppy!) The staff was professional and helped both my kids feel right at home on the saddle. We enjoyed a nice, hour-long circuit around the property, enjoying the trails, wide open fields, and even seeing a large family of wild turkeys enjoying a quiet walk in the woods. I would definitely recommend this for novice riders, it was a safe and very fun experience!
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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