Friday Night Lights (I’m talking about the TV show, not the movie… duh) was a must-watch for a lot of people for the past years, and many (including myself… maybe) shed a tear during the season finale. Remember when Riggins skips practice because he thought it was cancelled, and Coach Taylor puts him in hell for it? Donald Engstrom, the Executive Director at DeBartolo Sports & Events shared a few tips with us on how he simplified communication.Read More >
Remember the summers you spent at Camp Wannapeelyo (you know, that lake you still don’t know how to pronounce…)? Did your camp counselors seem organized, well on schedule and overall on top of things? I didn’t think so. Keeping the kids in line is one thing, but organizing the counselors can be an entire challenge in its own. No one has more experience with this than Jason Toff, a co-founder of Camp PALS in Radnor, PA.Read More >
Everyone is talking about the olympics right now - and why shouldn’t they, it’s a once-every-four-years-event and seeing these superhumans compete is the closest we get to having real superheroes, but today’s spotlight is focused on a different type of olympics… the annual Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympic Games. Organizing this event can be quite a challenge and headache - between the officials, coaches, parents and 13,000 athletes who came in from all over the nation, it’s hard to stay on track and make sure everyone is informed. No one has more experience with this than Coach Oliver, the founder & meet director of CoachO.Read More >
Every year (for the last 116 years), hundreds of members of the National Parent Teacher Association from all over the country descend upon one location for a conference, where they attend workshops and meetings about how to grow their local PTA groups and further their mission. This year, the conference happened to be just down the road at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California so we hopped on down to take part in the two-day exhibition of education-focused businesses.Read More >
Everyone knows organizing college students can be quite a challenge – between the classes, the sports (and the partying…), it’s hard to get them to respond, or sometimes even read, emails. No one has more experience with this, than Suzi Townsend, who leads the charge for the FSU chapter of Chi Alpha.Read More >
Ricky Sailor loves football and everything that comes with it. As a retired football player himself, he says the most exciting day is when a high school player makes his decision for college ball. This inspired him to start his non-profit, unsignedpreps, which helps unsigned high school athletes secure college scholarships. His mission is to create opportunities that maximize the student athlete’s ability to succeed athletically, academically, and socially. And of course, he uses SendHub to help achieve his mission.Read More >
Brandon Nappy loves beer. In fact, he loves it so much he made it his carreer, as one of the key people at Florida’s Swamp Head Brewery. What makes Swamp Head special? The six amazing people behind it, who are passionate about craft beer and the state of Florida!
But as some of you may have guessed, Swamp Head also uses SendHub on a regular basis. Their famous tasting room, “The Wetlands” has 10 beers on tap, with 5 of them changing daily to showcase new brews. They’ve implemented SendHub to send daily updates to customers with exactly which beers are on tap, and what specials they have going on that day. If you ask me, waking up to an SMS that tells you your favorite beer is on tap is pretty much a perfect start to the day.
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Peter Walters is a recent college grad, in fact so recent, he should still be recovering from a massive graduation celebration (ok.. maybe not, he graduated last may - but still). But instead, he jumped head first into the family business – Two Degrees Food, which is a one for one social good food company. What does that mean? For every Two Degrees snack bar you purchase, the company donates a meal to a child in need.Read More >