Have you ever tried to drink out of a fire hose? Neither have we. But attending the Digital Summit a few weeks ago was as close as we’ve gotten. The Digital Summit only comes to 12 cities in the country and over the course of two days, gave us a thorough drenching with the latest in […]
“To be honest, I don’t really care that much about NASCAR. But Charlotte? I love my city.” That snippet of conversation after a fall NoDa Run Club confirmed a recurring sentiment we had begun to pick up on. Thunder Road Marathon was Charlotte’s hometown marathon, but people weren’t treating it like that. Was it time for a change? With […]
This week we had to say a bittersweet goodbye and good luck to a recent addition to our team. Sweet potato-loving Mark is heading to Atlanta after the news that his wife, Laura was accepted into her dream grad school. Mark left us with a few reflections on the decision and his next steps:
Roses are red, violets are blue. We’ve had a lovely year thanks to you! In the spirit of Valentines Day, we’re sharing a snapshot of the many things we loved in 2015 (you may remember our 2014, 2013 and 2012 year-end recaps…better late than never right?). Thanks for making our year one worth loving.
Big things are happening at Moonlight Creative! Our small but mighty team is getting a little bigger and a lot mightier. Help us welcome Jessica Bains, our new rising star designer, to the team!
I’ve been reading the book, “Creative Confidence,” by Tom and David Kelley this last week. I started to read the book in preparation for a class I am teaching at Winthrop University next semester, but like everything else in life, I find parallels to my 9-to-5 and day-to-day wonderings.
It’s no secret that people are passionate about their opinions (whether others are listening or not). But we know the community benefits when we stop giving others a talking to and start talking with each other. As a primary source of grant-funding in Martinsville and Henry County Virginia, the Harvest Foundation came to us with a vision to bring a variety of […]
The largest football stadium in the U.S. holds 91,704 at normal seating capacity. To fit one million people you would need to fill 11 of these stadiums. Now imaging that you’ve filled 11 stadiums with one million elementary to middle school girls. While this may seem like the beginning of any mom’s slumber-party nightmare, you get […]