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A timely share of this ad that we're incredibly proud of, for so many reasons. Thanks, veterans. Thanks, Stars and Stripes Honor Flight. #GodBlessAmerica #VeteransDay



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ALL #YMCA of Greater Waukesha Co. locations are offering FREE child care to voters tomorrow. (Doesn't look like Milw. Y is.) http://usat.ly/2eFLnAu

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Ordering lunch with a bunch of creatives at a advertising agency (where even non-creatives are pretty darn creative) gets a little silly:

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Member Referrals: hot like tamales! How your #YMCA can leverage your rewards program: 

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This is how we #GoogleDoc (and somehow also how we call in lunch). Think you have what it takes to decipher this Thai Lotus order?

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Rethinking the status quo is increasingly important: a 2-Story challenge

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Awesome endeavor from @YMCA_England >> Even from across the pond, this hits home. #IAMWHOLE  #YMCA  http://bit.ly/2e11V80

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It's official: @YouTube reaches more adults than cable. #webvideo #wins http://bit.ly/2cNIGIP
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At 2-Story, we talk a lot about #YMCA #MembershipCampaigns. And for good reason. We love helping Ys all over the country reach and engage more members, donors and volunteers. But solid marketing advice can apply to any organization and any industry. Including yours. So in honor of #NationalChewingGumDay tomorrow, here's a new blog post with some easy-to-swallow insight. Just don't swallow your gum.

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“We’re proud to be MKE’s marketing partner for this new direction. Not just in terms of design and messaging, but also in their efforts to put more emphasis on the online portion of their buy. We’ve been encouraging more and more clients to take a digital-first approach, where paid social media is not an afterthought.” – Ellen Homb, president and owner, 2-Story

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