Great @glaad Amplified panel on authentic LGBTQ ads, including many @nglcc partners #LGBTbiz… instagram.com/p/BK39TnnDgTl/
The Bishop of Manchester has gone on patrol with @LGBTfdn #VillageAngels in Manchester's #GayVillage @canalstmancs… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
Strolled to park after fair ift.tt/2cBHbk6
Jen Rubio, Co-Founder of Away Travel, joins Tim and John for a lively business conversation. Prior to co-founding Away, Jen was the Head of Social Media at Warby Parker, spearheading content and sponsorships. In 2015, Jen was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Marketing & Advertising. But first, Japan invents a translating megaphone for the 2020 Olympic Games and the Hoover Damn was dedicated 81 years ago this month. We’re all business. Except when we’re not.
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Advertising Week's Premier and Only LGBTQ Panel and Networking Event
Matt Skallerud's insight:
In a remarkable year of change, meet the advertisers who exceeded expectations. Featuring a distinguished panel of top advertising executives and an in-depth analysis of this year's most talked about LGBTQ inclusive ad campaigns. Connect with the marketing and advertising leaders behind your favorite ad campaigns and participate in an in-depth discussion on LGBTQ-inclusive advertising in today's world.(image)
An expert mom shares her insider tips on where to find the family friendly and LGBT-welcoming attractions and things to do in Chicago.
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I'm at Dallas Voice in Dallas, TX swarmapp.com/c/hw67TPkRDcS
We're happy to announce that our website is now sponsored by the @BritLGBTAwards Thanks for the #AwesomeSupport
#OutcomeBook coming out in 2wks #nationalcomingoutday Sign the Thunderclap: bit.ly/2dt9b8o Press release:… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
I posted a new video to Facebook fb.me/380vsYmAk
Afternoon at the fair ift.tt/2diOxvO
Feeling blue because summer is officially behind us? Time to plan your winter vacation and @VisitGaySpain! This art… twitter.com/i/web/status/7…
I recently had the unique opportunity to interview Ron Oden in the coffee shop at the new and hip ARRIVE Boutique Hotel. Ron Olden has lived in Palm Springs for over 25 years and served as the first openly gay, African-American mayor of Palm Springs (2003 – 2007) and in the US. This spirited man, with a voice that commands attention, gave us a snapshot into what makes this city one of the most popular and most famous resort communities in the world, welcoming thousands of visitors and snowbirds every year.
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