HEROfarm’s 2014 Wrap-Up

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Happy New Year from HEROfarm!

 

Dear friends,

As 2014 cries uncle, we’d like to thank you for your support. And for being such a snappy dresser.

This has been a big year for HEROfarm. We teamed up with some wonderful clients and had the opportunity do some good work, such as…

Appeared in Inc. magazine for a piece titled How to Make Smart Social Investments That Pay Off,

 Launched 20 Businesses in 20 Days initiative during Entrepreneur Week,
 Created a “pronunciation re-education” school in honor of National Praline Day,
 Slept outside to support the homeless youth services of Covenant House of New Orleans,
 Revamped WRBH Reading Radio‘s website to be more blind friendly,
 Devoted time and talent to the American Cancer Society NOLA and its Belles & Beaus Ball,
 Discussed ideas for Tulane‘s media arts/journalism program as part of its board of advisors,
 Imagined Why Your Selfies Will Make History,
 Put together a piece looking at 15 of The Most Memorable Ads in New Orleans,
 Helped New Orleanians think of unique Halloween costume ideas inspired by the Crescent City,
 Represented at Millennial Awards by CD Shaun Walker, a finalist in Social Entrepreneurship,
 Teamed with Margaritaville and New Orleans Mission for Big Easy Big Heart 5K,
 Created Valentine’s eCards packed with New Orleans flair,
 Teamed with New Orleans Mission & Paul Mitchell School for homeless “New Look Day

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 Blushed as the Winter Olympics gave HEROfarm a shout-out at the closing ceremony,
 Interviewed by Angela Hill of WWL on our journey to social mission agency of New Orleans,
 Reported from the SXSW mega conference and came away with 5 Emerging Interactive Trends,
 Developed ideas for gifts that give back – 6 Alternative Holiday Gifts With Substance,
 Helped people figure out What’s Your Mardi Gras Parade’s Name?
 Predicted The (Immediate) Future of Social Media: 6 Things To Look For This Year,
 Interviewed by Motley Fool on the struggling movie theater industry,
 Developed 3 Ways Your Business Can Handle Negative Online Reviews,
 Gave advice and tips to Loyola mass communications students at portfolio review,
 Devised 8 Portfolio Building Tips For Panicking Design & Ad Students,
Assisted with outreach for March of Dimes New Orleans, Spotlight on Success gala,
 Developed a website for Sonic restaurants to streamline job applications,
 and tossed whiskey to each other upon realizing it was Monday.

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