Your presence is kindly requested at Dwight and Angela’s wedding. REBLOG to RSVP.
Love: it really is a social thing -
One of the great (and frankly overlooked) aspects of social media is its ability to bring unrelated things together … in this case a fast food chain and a car manufacturer. Both brands faced quite an obstacle this week, with their Twitter accounts having been hacked. With both brands back to normal, Burger King reached out to Jeep in a simple, yet powerful showing of support.
Would we have seen this love from Burger King if another fast food chain’s account was hacked? Who knows.
This will be my first stop in Los Angeles. One of them, at least.
President Obama's second official presidential portrait -
He’s a good looking guy. Conveys confidence, too.
New York City Manhattan skyline aerial view by Songquan Deng on Flickr.
The streets of heaven are too crowded with angels tonight. They’re our students and our teachers and our parents and our friends. The streets of heaven are too crowded with angels, but every time we think we have measured our capacity to meet a challenge, we look up and we’re reminded that that capacity may well be limitless — President Jed Bartlet (“The West Wing” season four, episode two)
The last campaign GIF of his last campaign.
Alright, go vote.
Shedding a single tear. (Vote, vote, vote.)
I had an amazing season at work. I couldn’t be more grateful to my managers for have given me the opportunity to basically run with any and all ideas I had regarding social media and marketing for the park.
As our eight month-long 50th anniversary celebration drew to a close on Sunday, I was reminded that while I should be thankful for the things I’ve been able to accomplish and the freedom I’ve been given, it all comes down to our guests. Without the guests, there is no Adventureland. Even in the midst of the worst financial crisis in decades, our guests still put in for entertainment and leisure, which during a recession, are often the first things for people to cut back spending on.
And since we’re a local business, our guests are very loyal. Many of the families who walk through the gates can literally trace their visits back through generations. That’s just really cool to see. So since at the end of the day, I should really be thanking the guests for this opportunity, I did just that. I kept our sign-off Facebook post for the season short and simple (as best I know how to, anyway). And all in all, I’m happy with the response it got. Our fans seem very grateful for the season we gave them and are excited for the changes we will be implementing for 2013. And that kind of feedback? That’s what makes the 14-hour days, scorching temperatures and overall stressful situations, yeah, that’s what makes it all worth it.
Trick or Beats -
My Halloween mix for this year, full of all the hottest progressive and electro house tracks. Full track list and mix abstract coming soon. In the mean time, happy Halloweekend!