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    WeGo Demonstrates its Commitment to Nashville Vendors

       November 30th, 2018             Blog Client News

    WeGo Demonstrates its Commitment to Nashville Vendors

    WeGo Public Transit recently hosted a procurement open house for vendors, primes and subcontractors…with a focus on attracting minority and women owned businesses to apply for it’s procurement program. Our work included organizing the event with the procurement department, communicating, amplifying and managing several aspects in support of the internal team. One of which involved […]

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    Saturdays are for Small Businesses

       November 23rd, 2018             Blog Client News News

    Saturdays are for Small Businesses

    Saturday, November 24, 2018 is officially Small Business Saturday – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for our communities. And they do A LOT. Small business success contributes to low unemployment, bullish stock markets, strong real estate markets, and increased wages – just to name a few. Small Business […]

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    Nashville Major League Soccer’s Commitment to Soccer for All

       November 16th, 2018             Blog Client News News

    Nashville Major League Soccer

    Nashville Major League Soccer (“Nashville MLS”) hasn’t been here long but they’re already doing amazing things for the city of Nashville.

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    Public Relations Opened a Whole New World

       June 3rd, 2016             Blog

      Recently, we’ve been talking among the duGard Communications team about what we like most about the profession and even about the actual job.  A few answers immediately popped into my mind, like how duGard Communications (dGC) isn’t a one-dimensional firm.  We have expertise in multiple industries. As a result, my job deals with a variety […]

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    The Impact of Tiger Woods’ Brand on Young African American Men

       May 11th, 2016             Blog

    Regardless of Tiger Wood’s personal struggles, watching the Masters this year made me wonder where his impact and brand strength went wrong. Not the personal portion, but the impact. Why are there no African American, male pro golfers? Even reporters are surprised. In reading Michael Bamburger’s 2013 article, he waxes on about the dearth of […]

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