We are so grateful to our wonderful Show & Tell sponsors who have made this year's event possible! Thank you to Allagash Brewing Company, Brooklyn Music School, Catherine Fisher Clothing, cPort Credit Union, Dead River Company, Down East Magazine, EnviroLogix, Jalopy Theatre and School of Music, Law Offices of Joe Bornstein, Machias Savings Bank, Maine Public, Martin's Point Health Care, p3, Pandora LaCasse, Pierce Atwood, Po' Boys & Pickles, Portland Museum of Art, Print: A Bookstore, Pulp+Wire, Radiology Professionals, Reflector Lab, Starbird Piano Gallery, State Theatre, Portland, Maine, Verrill, and Vitalius Real Estate Group.
Your support helps us write, share, and inspire with youth all across Maine, and to capture the Show & Tell magic around the country. Tickets are still available for tomorrow's virtual premiere — get yours today at: https://showandtellportland.com/
We are beyond thankful for the longstanding partnership between Pulp+Wire and Camp Susan Curtis. Over the years, Pulp+Wire has not only donated countless hours on our board and as an advisor, but also more than $50,000 worth of in-kind services to help with Camp Susan Curtis’s branding and communications needs. They have maintained our website, crafted our tagline, mission, and vision statements, designed materials for many years of milestones, and last year led the charge on re-designing our iconic logo, which now features a Brown-eyed Susan, honoring the spirit of Susan Curtis.
This year, Pulp+Wire has donated $10,000 worth of in-kind services to help Camp Susan Curtis update our website. Through this donation, Pulp+Wire is providing an essential service that allows us to better communicate with and serve our campers. Their efforts in raising both funds and awareness for camp ensure that all Maine kids facing economic hardship have access to a meaningful and transformative camp experience.
Help us celebrate and give a warm THANK YOU to Pulp+Wire for their remarkable generosity. Through their support, they are changing the lives of Maine kids.
🎙 🎬 🎥 Join us on Wednesday, April 6th 2022 for Show & Tell, The Telling Room's annual celebration of storytelling! This year's virtual show is directed by Sean Mewshaw and features:
🎤 Mandy Gonzalez
🎙 Hari Kondabolu
📖 Morgan Talty
🎹 Genevieve Stokes
... and writing by Telling Room Students & Alumni! Tune in from home by purchasing virtual tickets, or join us as a member of our host committee to show your support for The Telling Room's students. Host committee members have the chance to join us in-person for a cocktail reception and limited capacity viewing party at the Portland Museum of Art when the film premieres on April 6th! Learn more and get your tickets today at: https://showandtellportland.com/
All contributions go directly towards supporting The Telling Room’s array of award-winning writing and publishing programs. Thank you so much to our sponsors and hosts for their generosity: Down East Magazine, Maine Public, Portland Museum of Art, State Theatre, Portland, Maine, Pierce Atwood LLP, Catherine Fisher Clothing, cPort Credit Union, Law Offices of Joe Bornstein, Verrill, Dead River Company, EnviroLogix, Martin's Point Health Care, Po' Boys & Pickles, Print: A Bookstore, Pulp+Wire, Radiology Professionals, Starbird Music & Piano Gallery, and Vitalius Real Estate Group.
In today's episode of The Community Cast, Dottie Chalmers Cutter interviews Taja Dockendorf from Pulp+Wire. 💥
They discuss why direct communication is especially important as women in business, creativity boosters, and why she cares deeply about improving the lives of disadvantaged children.
To listen, click the link below! Thank you, Taja Dockendorf for this inspiring conversation!
The 2020 Online Common Ground Country Fair weekend may be over, but the gratitude for our sponsors goes on. Content for the Fair was and continues to be free for all this year thanks to the generous contributions of our sponsors. We'd like to share another appreciation from one of these supporters - Pulp+Wire: "For all of us at Pulp+Wire, the Common Ground Country Fair represents the culmination of a year of hard work, client collaboration, growth, and discovery. While we couldn't be there in person this year to support all the amazing brands we have helped build, we were and will be online with you all continuing to champion all the amazing MOFGA brands." Thank you, Pulp+Wire! The label pictured here was part of MOFGA's rebranding, which Pulp+Wire directed in 2019. We are proud to see these labels on products where we shop.
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Thank you to everyone who made today's Drive-Thru Food Drive hosted by United Way of Greater Portland a success. We're here with Matt and Don to share the final results.
Too many companies and individuals to thank, but here's just a few that stopped by with donations: Portland Housing Authority, Bank of America, BerryDunn, Gorham Savings Bank, Hannaford Supermarkets, IDEXX, L.L.Bean, Martin's Point Health Care, Maine Medical Center, Infinity Federal Credit Union, ON Semiconductor, Patrons Oxford Insurance Company, People's United Bank, Portland Press Herald, Wright-Ryan Construction, Zachau Construction Inc., OneAmerica, Baker Newman Noyes, Portland Regional Chamber of Commerce, Unum, Maine Community Foundation, Portland Water District, Pulp+Wire, Summit Natural Gas of Maine, Diversified Communications, and hundreds more individuals.
Thank you to our sponsors Northeast Delta Dental Maine Technology Institute Pierce Atwood LLP to our Panelists Pulp+Wire Flowfold Broadreach Public Relations , our moderator Startup Maine, all our attendees, and Headlight Audio Visual Inc for making yesterday's Mainebiz Executive Insights Forum possible!
Looking forward to tomorrow’s conversation, hosted by Mainebiz and moderated by Startup Maine president, Katie Shorey Learn from entrepreneurs and gain tools and tips from brand and PR firms. Featuring: Flowfold, Ocean's Balance, Inc, American Roots, Broadreach Public Relations, and Pulp+Wire.
Join the discussion at the Aug 22 Mainebiz Executive Insights forum, moderated by Katie Shorey, who will be joined by leaders from Pulp+Wire, Flowfold, Broadreach Public Relations, American Roots, and Ocean's Balance, Inc. Register now! http://bit.ly/31CMypT
How are you spreading the word about your business? What is your road map for messaging and selling to your customers? Hear from experienced business owners and marketers from Pulp+Wire & Broadreach Public Relations on Aug 22 as they share best practices for startups. Mainebiz.biz/EIF
Sponsored by Northeast Delta Dental Maine Technology Institute Pierce Atwood LLP
On Aug 22, learn the best practices & ideas regarding consumer packaging, branding, and marketing with panelist Taja Dockendorf, Owner of Pulp+Wire
Learn more and register at Mainebiz.biz/EIF