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Why You’ll Feel Good about Weekend Plans at the Williamsburg Winery

Blog, News

Raise your hand if wine is often part of your weekend plans. If you can combine a bottle of American Riesling with an opportunity to support a deserving cause, wouldn’t that be even better? Good news. You can! Support the Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg House that Small…
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What I’ve Learned Along the Way: We Didn’t Start the Fire

Blog, Vicki's Column

Billy Joel might as well have been giving a concert at the University of Missouri that morning. Harry Truman, Doris Day, Red China, Johnnie Ray South Pacific, Walter Winchell, Joe DiMaggio Joe McCarthy, Richard Nixon, Studebaker, television North Korea, South Korea, Marilyn Monroe My Advanced Reporting class was minutes from…
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What I’ve Learned Along the Way – Gratitude is Hard

Blog, Vicki's Column

Being honest here. Gratitude is hard. Sure, being grateful comes easy sitting around the Thanksgiving table with family and friends, a homecooked meal waiting. In a blink the food’s gone, and our feeds are filled with Black Friday tempts and Cyber Monday deals. Then onto the Christmas frenzy of trying…
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What I’ve Learned Along the Way

Blog, Vicki's Column

When you’re told you get to write your own column and you begin by talking about agility with dogs, you wonder if you’ll get the go-ahead to write a second column. Promise you, I’ll make this worth the read. The smartest dog on the planet is my shadow, a 9-pound…
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Make Sure to Use Data in Digital Storytelling

Blog, Marketing Talk, PR Talk

Data matters. But too much data overwhelms. As public relations and marketing specialists, we know that authentic storytelling resonates more than statistics and numbers. But combining both is almost always the best route to go to make your audience engage effectively with your brand. The truth is we remember data…
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