My “b-og”

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In all honesty, I started a blog for one reason: to gain access to a Top Chef casting call. I set it up overnight, pitched my Magical Elves contact and…viola. Le blog.

Let’s be clear. I am not a blogger. I call this an “industry blog” to try to make it sound even less like a blog. So, what is it then?

As a marketer riveted on the culinary realm, I want to experience as much as possible every single day. I digest a lot of content–trade publications, smutty industry news sites (you know who you are), private feeds. It takes me about an hour and a half to get through my inbox each morning. But I relish this and feel it’s important and informs how I approach clients and my interaction with the industry.

My “b-og” (bog is actually a great name for it) is a place for me to share what I find, share my occasionally pointed opinions, trumpet what wonderful or less savory folks are up to, and generally keep an industry focused conversation going.

TableOneMarketing.com and LinkedIn are two fairly one-dimensional aspects to who I am as a marketer and a professional. This forum helps to round that picture out and fill in the blanks a bit.

You needn’t be a prospective client to reach out. I enjoy connecting with people from all areas of the industry and all corners of the state. Say hello.

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