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26 04, 2023

Barkside dog park and beer garden planned for Detroit’s West Village

2023-04-26T11:42:06-04:00

A rendering of the forthcoming Barkside dog park and beer garden. Photo Credit: Stucky Vitale Architects The space will even include amenities for the pets, including ‘dog beer’ and ‘birthday pupcakes’ By Lee DeVito | Detroit Metro Times  | published April 21, 2023 A new dog park and beer garden that says [...]

Barkside dog park and beer garden planned for Detroit’s West Village2023-04-26T11:42:06-04:00
26 04, 2023

Dogs & Beer: Barkside Dog Bar bringing fun, connection for pets and people in Detroit

2023-04-26T11:11:20-04:00

A rendering of Barkside Dog Bar. By Amber Ainsworth | FOX 2 Detroit | Published April 21, 2023 DETROIT (FOX 2) - Enjoy a drink and maybe make some new friends while your furry friend plays in Detroit. That's the idea behind Barkside Dog Bar, a dog park designed with both pups and [...]

Dogs & Beer: Barkside Dog Bar bringing fun, connection for pets and people in Detroit2023-04-26T11:11:20-04:00
26 04, 2023

Marx Layne & Company Promotes Michele Mouyianis To Account Supervisor

2023-04-27T15:47:07-04:00

Michele Mouyanis, Account Supervisor, Marx Layne & Company. Photo Credit: Marx Layne. FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH. — Marx Layne & Company, a metro Detroit-based public relations and digital media agency, today announced it has promoted Michele Mouyianis to account supervisor. The announcement was made by Marx Layne President Michael Layne. “Since joining Marx [...]

Marx Layne & Company Promotes Michele Mouyianis To Account Supervisor2023-04-27T15:47:07-04:00
25 04, 2023

Detroit’s first indoor/outdoor dog park and beer garden set to open

2023-05-08T13:10:20-04:00

By Edward Pevos | MLive.com | Published: Apr. 22, 2023 DETROIT - This place will be like a vacation for dogs while their owners watch them play while sipping on beer and cocktails. Detroit is getting its first dog park and beer garden featuring 10,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor space. Barkside is [...]

Detroit’s first indoor/outdoor dog park and beer garden set to open2023-05-08T13:10:20-04:00
21 04, 2023

Detroit’s first dog park and beer garden, Barkside, planned for late summer

2023-04-21T15:09:57-04:00

A rendering of the outdoor area at Barkside, a dog park and beer garden set to open in West Village in late summer. Photo credit: Stucky Vitale Architects By Melody Baetens | The Detroit News | Published April 20, 2023 Described as a social destination for dogs and their humans, Barkside is [...]

Detroit’s first dog park and beer garden, Barkside, planned for late summer2023-04-21T15:09:57-04:00
17 03, 2023

Why Crisis Communications Planning is Crucial for Senior Care Communities

2023-03-17T11:27:38-04:00

Crisis communication planning is essential for all types of organizations, but it is especially critical for senior care communities. These communities serve one of the most vulnerable populations, and any crisis that affects the health, safety, or well-being of residents can have extraordinary reputational consequences for a facility. The Importance of crisis communication planning [...]

Why Crisis Communications Planning is Crucial for Senior Care Communities2023-03-17T11:27:38-04:00
8 03, 2023

How ARaymond’s Laurence Fayand is closing the gender gap through innovation

2023-03-08T20:48:46-05:00

By Michelle Froese | March 7, 2023 Laurence Fayand, president and managing director of ARaymond’s Business Incubator and Accelerator. Fayand’s team develops technologies of the future — including the latest advances in fastening. In the world of engineering and fastener design, it’s important and noteworthy to find businesses that acknowledge and celebrate [...]

How ARaymond’s Laurence Fayand is closing the gender gap through innovation2023-03-08T20:48:46-05:00
7 03, 2023

GHD: How agriculture can best capture floodwaters for drought relief

2023-03-07T20:39:01-05:00

  Some of the water flooding across California replenished aquifers needed for agriculture across the state. Photo credit: Shutterstock/JuShoot By Jesse Klein | GreenBiz | Published February 23, 2023 A huge rain storm doesn’t always mean immediate relief for agriculture that has been dealing with drought for years. It can also mean flooding, [...]

GHD: How agriculture can best capture floodwaters for drought relief2023-03-07T20:39:01-05:00
3 03, 2023

The Growing Gap Between Consumer Demand and Public Policy When it Comes to EVs

2023-03-03T14:25:10-05:00

By Mike Szudarek, Marx Layne & Company The transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is a critical step toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. However, there is a growing gap between what governments want versus what consumers want when it comes to EVs. This gap can have significant consequences for automakers who are [...]

The Growing Gap Between Consumer Demand and Public Policy When it Comes to EVs2023-03-03T14:25:10-05:00
23 02, 2023

How to Leverage Data to Make Your Social Media More Effective

2023-03-03T10:03:45-05:00

By Mike Szudarek, Marx Layne & Company Social media platforms generate enormous amounts of data every day, and leveraging this data can help you make your social media more effective. Mike Szudarek, from Marx Layne & Company’s digital marketing and engagement team, offers 10 ways ways to utilize data to improve your social media presence: [...]

How to Leverage Data to Make Your Social Media More Effective2023-03-03T10:03:45-05:00
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