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july09-129Our Clean Up Crislip project was a huge success with nearly 70 volunteers who gave their time and talents to clean up the 600 block of Central Avenue. Now that the arcade and adjacent storefronts are empty, there are artists and businesses ready to rent!

Progress!

See the Times article with the latest news.

 

 

 

Your best customer is the one you’re already with

dateYou’ve probably seen the commercial. A young man is having lunch at sidewalk café with his very pretty girlfriend. As she’s talking to him, two lovely young women walk by, distracting the fellow to the point of leering. The girlfriend texts him a message calling him a pig.

The TV spot is funny because … well men are pigs (some of them anyway, and some women too!). Of course, most of the people reading this article would never behave so atrociously. We would never fail to appreciate the wonderful person we’re already with. Or would we?

Read the rest of this article on Examiner.com

 

 

 

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Pinstripe Marketing President Named to Tampa Bay Up & Comers

Pinstripe Marketing is pleased to announce that agency president, Ginger Reichl, was recently selected to the Tampa Bay Business Journal 2009 Up & Comers. The Up & Comers list recognizes young professionals who have made significant contributions to their businesses, industries and communities.

Reichl is the president of Pinstripe Marketing, a full-service agency that specializes in promoting professional services firms. She also serves on the board of directors of several trade associations, professional organizations and local non-profits.

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Legal Marketing Mini-Conference

Legal Marketing Tampa BayThe Southeast chapter of the Legal Marketing Association (LMA) is hosting a regional conference next month and time is running out to register. Early bird registration ends on July 31. You can register and find more detailed information here.

Orange County Bar Association, Orlando, Florida
August 14, 2009
9 am to 4 pm

Program topics include:

 

  • Taking the ACC Value Challenge A Step Further: Creating the Ultimate Client Experience, moderated by Deborah Knupp, Partner of Akina, with local managing partners.
  • The Boundaries of Promoting Legal Services with Will Hornsby, Staff Counsel of the American Bar Association.
  • Making a Sales Culture Out of Your Law Firm with Chris Fritch, Client Development Consultant at Clients First Consulting.
  • Using Web 2.0 and Social Networking as Part of Your Business Development Arsenal with Sue Remley, Senior Marketing Consultant at Jaffe Associates.

Please note that the program has been approved by The Florida Bar for 5.0 hours of general CLE credit, including 1.0 hour of ethics credit.

The current price for our one-day event is only $99 for LMA members and $149 for non-members. However, due to high demand and limited space, we can only offer this great rate for a short time. Early bird registration ends on July 31. After July 31, the price to attend will be raised to $129 for members and $179 for non-members. This includes programming for the day, lunch, materials and CLE credit (where approved). Each event will also be followed by a networking reception and happy hour!

Please be advised that there will be no refunds after 10 business days prior to each event. All refunds are subject to a $25 processing fee.

We are planning a carpool from Tampa. Contact Kim Brannan, LMA Tampa Bay Program Chair for more information.

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Ginger Reichl participates as guest panelist at SCORE / Open by American Express Small Business Conference

Pinstripe president, Ginger Reichl, was invited to participate as a panelist at the Small Business Conference hosted by SCORE and Open by American Express on Friday, June 26, 2009.

The event featured one-on-one business coaching from a local SCORE counseling, workshops addressing key success areas such a financial and business planning and marketing in a difficult economy.

Ginger participated on a panel with three other Tampa Bay business owners to share their experiences, suggestions for success and speedbumps to avoid.

“The Speed Coaching seminar was great way to see all that SCORE has to offer. But almost as important it was a great networking event and even motivational to be around so many entrepreneurs learning from and sharing with one another,” said Charles J. Parker, COO of My Marketing Department and a conference attendee.

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