Facebook is doubling down on its commitment to a closer, more connected world. From Zuckerberg’s 5,000-word manifesto in February to his updated vision for the platform, the social giant is set on bringing people together. […]
The Social Lights usually crave coffee, baked goods or a juicy steak…but this time we are talking about the Minneapolis / St. Paul “Ultimate Guide to Women-Owned Businesses in the Twin Cities.” The 2nd Edition of CRAVE Minneapolis / St. Paul features 100 female entrepreneurs spanning a variety of industries – from fashion tape to farm fresh cafes. The Social Lights are pleased to announce that they are featured in the latest CRAVE Guide – which debuts on Black Friday!
The CRAVE Launch Party took place last night, and while The Social Lights did not go home with any raffle items, they did haul 50 books back to the office!
And, if you’re lucky, maybe you’ll be receiving a little holiday gift this year : )
At the event we had the opportunity to socialize (us, socialize?) with some smart cookies. Carol Bruess, Ph.D of Happy Couple Company updated us on her speaking engagements for her latest book release, What Happy Women Do. We also got our GeekChic on (believe it or not) – and geeked out over the new RedStamp ‘modern correspondence’ app with founder Erin Newkirk. Then Katie McShane & Lois Eliason of Post – showed off their ‘hot off the presses’ holiday handbag collection (literally, their clutches were finished just last night) – and we give the new Brava collection a big bravo!
The CRAVE Guide was made possible by a talented Twin Cities team of designers, editors and managers. Thanks CRAVE Minenapolis / St. Paul for this wonderful opportunity!
Enough about books, now you can officially begin craving that Thanksgiving feast – turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, cranberries and pumpkin pie my-oh-my!
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