On Thursday, February 17th the Social Media Club RVA panel will examine how social media is changing parenting, how parents access information and how moms and dads are marketed to. Parents trust blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets as sources of education and as an outlet for their opinions. February’s panel will share […]
Magazine Launch Party for Greater Richmond Grid & SBQ (Sports Backers Quarterly) at the Corrugated Box Building
The January 26th event will feature innovative businesses in the Manchester location. It’s time to celebrate the latest issues of Greater Richmond Grid & SBQ magazines, and we’re doing things a little differently this time.The event will be held in the beautiful Corrugated Box Building located in Richmond’s Old Manchester District. You will have the […]
Come on, admit it-we all love a good deal. Especially when it’s as easy as whipping out the ol’ smart phone. Take a gander around RVA and you’ll quickly see that Richmond’s mobile mavens are not only playing with their gadgets but also looking to score some discounted goods in return. “The rise of online […]
Pop the champagne, Richmond – one of our favorite marketing squads is about to reach its ten-year milestone.
Stand back, a rocket is on the loose in Richmond. Navigated by Scott Dickens, Rocket Pop Media is focused, potent and on a mission. As one of the area’s top creative agencies, Rocket Pop has stealthy served as the digital force behind Richmond’s most established brands, entertainment venues, non-profits, and eateries. Dickens, the former owner […]
With possibly more cell phones than toothbrushes on the planet, Grid felt that it was time we took to the streets to find out what’s in the pocket of the average RVA resident. What interested us most was not the actual handy dandy device, however, but the mobile apps (other than Twitter, Facebook, and the […]
Every morning Drew Little wakes up on a couch in a home other than his own. Over a year ago he gave up the roof over his head and all forms of guaranteed income. Little even went as far as to give away most of his personal belongings to the homeless. Living each day as […]