Transforming a Tepid Boilerplate

Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Unfortunately a boilerplate becomes an afterthought for many organizations. Too often a boilerplate is regarded as just a basic company description that gets tacked onto the end of a news release, stuck into the introduction of a proposal, or sent along when you’re sponsoring an event. But consider who is reading…

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What Do The City of Terrell and Sir Winston Churchill Have in Common?

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

Most know the U.S. joined WWII a few years after it began. But did you know that earlier we participated through the Lend-Lease Act of 1941, a means for the U.S. to provide military aid to foreign nations during the war? The United Kingdom recognized they would need to train…

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Celebrating Attitudes & Attire’s 21st Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show

Friday, February 24th, 2017

A charitable event like no other, Attitudes & Attire hosted their 21st Annual Luncheon and Fashion Show today. Some 700 of us packed the Dallas Market Center to listen to powerful client stories, celebrate award winners, look at fashion, dine on a scrumptious veggie plate, and for a few lucky…

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Can a book change your life? This one can.

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

February is here, and for many of us, those steadfast New Year’s resolutions to be healthier, more productive, kinder to our spouse—whatever—are starting to lose steam. When life gets hard (as it always does) our good intentions often fly out the window. We feel frustrated. We slip back into old…

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What’s a gimbal? MPD’s newest way to keep up with fast-paced clients

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

The videos and films we produce for you are about to get even better. Here’s why. Before Garrett Brown invented the Steadicam in the 1970s, bulky film equipment had to be mounted on dollies and pushed along tracks if the director wanted a smooth, natural shot. Besides the enormous amount…

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Celebrating 75 Years of Aviation History; Sharing Event Planning Tips & Tricks

Wednesday, October 5th, 2016

We are honored to have been a part of a milestone celebration and event for our client, Terrell Municipal Airport. Recently the airport held the 9th Annual Flights of Our Fathers Air Show & Fly-In, and what a grand event it was! This is our fourth year working with Terrell…

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How to Use the 80/20 Rule for Your Twitter Strategy

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

Recently, I was collaborating with a client to support her Twitter content plans. Her goal was to streamline how to find, create, and curate great content to share with her followers that was the right blend of thought leadership and company promotion. Well that old 80/20 Rule we all know…

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Welcome to Texas! CycleBar Flower Mound Debuts with Immersive Cycle Theatre

Friday, February 19th, 2016

Our clients continue to amaze us with their ability to blaze new business trails.  Most recently we’ve had the pleasure of launching CycleBar Flower Mound, a premium indoor cycling facility. Local entrepreneurs James Moller and Shelby and Katherine Faubion are behind CycleBar Flower Mound. They wanted to bring a new, fun way…

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A deliciously innovative new business: celebrating the launch of Lekker

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015

We are fortunate to work with entrepreneurs who develop practical, innovative, “Why didn’t I think of that?” concepts for new products and services. Most recently we’ve had the privilege of helping Joe Francis and his team launch Lekker, a revolutionary app-based chef brokering service. Currently available in Houston and soon…

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Telling the Story of a Truly Unique Local Business: The Maddox Shop

Friday, December 19th, 2014

Whether it takes the form of public relations, website development or logo design, our primary mission is to tell the stories of our clients. Sometimes a talented journalist does exactly that in a way that captures precisely what makes a business unique. We’re thrilled that veteran business columnist Cheryl Hall…

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