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Yoga & Spa Living Fit Expo 2012, Plaza Frontenac St. Louis

Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Blog, Editorial Samples, News, Portfolio | 0 comments

Yoga & Spa Living Fit Expo 2012, Plaza Frontenac St. Louis

Living Fit Expo & Fashion Show, St. Louis The annual Yoga & Spa magazine Living Fit Expo at Plaza Frontenac took place on Saturday, January 28. Visitors met and talked with St. Louis experts in the wellness field including Logan Chiropractic, The Center for Mind, Body, Spirit, The J, Hand & Stone Massage, Young Living Essential Oils, SWIM, BIKE, RUN and many more. At 1 p.m., crowds flocked the fashion show to see sports and active ware by lululemon athletica, Eileen Fisher and SWIM, BIKE, RUN. As you can see from the photo gallery, visitors and vendors enjoyed the entire...

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Copywriting marketing post cards for ANN

Posted by on Jan 12, 2012 in Communications Samples, Editorial Samples, Portfolio | 0 comments

Copywriting marketing post cards for ANN

Slavery is an Evil Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin, horrified readers. It is one of America’s most influential novels and its publication hastened the Civil War. When President Lincoln met Stowe in 1862, he said, “So you are the little woman who wrote the book that started this Great War!” • 45 minute DVD • Meticulously researched script based on Stowe’s actual words • See the original 1853 illustrations • Suitable for students age 12+ and teachers Book a FREE classroom presentation with ANN’s founder, Steve Edison.   A series of marketing...

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Cosmetic Surgery for Every Age story for Yoga & Spa magazine

Posted by on Jul 2, 2011 in Editorial Samples, Portfolio | 0 comments

Cosmetic Surgery for Every Age story for Yoga & Spa magazine

Turning back the clock may not be possible, but with the help of the surgeon’s scalpel, more and more people are finding it’s possible to hold back the years. Not only do the procedures available change depending on your age, but also the reasons for considering treatment vary as you advance through life.     This magazine feature story describes the type of plastic surgery people might consider at different times of their lives. It was published in the summer issue of Yoga & Spa magazine. Open publication - Free...

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Mayor Slay Talks to Lafayette Sq Residents About the Earnings Tax story for YourLocalMessenger.com

Posted by on Jan 11, 2011 in Editorial Samples, News, Portfolio | 0 comments

Mayor Slay Talks to Lafayette Sq Residents About the Earnings Tax story for YourLocalMessenger.com

To rally support to retain the St. Louis City Earnings tax, and encourage voters to go to the polls in April, Mayor Francis Slay attended the Jan. meeting of the Lafayette Square Restoration Committee. In Nov. 2010, 68 percent of city voters opposed Proposition A, the Missouri Earnings Tax Initiative that put the current one percent earnings tax in St Louis to the vote.   News story published in YourLocalMessenger.com Thu, Jan 27, 2011 that explains the reasons why the earnings tax is so crucial to the City of St. Louis.   Open publication - Free...

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Afraid of the Rain story for Salvation Army fundraising brochure

Posted by on Apr 2, 2010 in Communications Samples, Editorial Samples, Portfolio | 0 comments

Afraid of the Rain story for Salvation Army fundraising brochure

“I was feeling it was a little illogical not to go back inside the buildings that were deemed safe,” said Dewitt Campbell on his recent return from Haiti, “until the night I was woken up twice by aftershocks. Then it became clear to me, if I had lived through those 30 seconds that killed more than 200,000 people, would I think logically?”   I wrote this story for the Salvation Army shortly after the earthquake in Haiti. It was published in a fund-raising booklet to showcase the organization’s work and the need for financial support. Open publication -...

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Magic Carpets story for The Beam magazine, Singapore

Posted by on Oct 2, 2001 in Editorial Samples, Portfolio | 0 comments

Magic Carpets story for The Beam magazine, Singapore

Rich colours, intricate patters and luxurious textures make Oriental carpets timeless pieces to be treasured for a lifetime. They were first introduced into Europe in the 14th century by Italian merchants who were trading with Turkey and the Near East. Given that floor covering at the time consisted of animal skins, rush matting or loose straw, it is not difficult to imagine why these exotic carpets won the hearts of the high and mights. Henry VIII, always on the lookout for ‘a beauty was one of the first Britons to be seduced by these rugs, and brought a number of them into he UK . His...

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