How To Talk About Your Work (Organization, Project, Etc.) Without Bragging

Knight StivenderBlog, Uncategorized

As an editor at The Tennessean several years before joining MP&F, I knew the folks at the firm before I became one of them. Whenever an MP&F executive entered our newsroom – especially a partner wearing a suit, which was the only thing partners wore to the newsroom in those days – we knew the story they were bringing with them would be important, exclusive, top-secret – or all of those things. Now that I am lucky enough to work at MP&F myself, I understand that beneath my colleagues’ polished presentations are people whose pandemic work-from-home lives are just as … Read More

Are You Remaining Virtually Engaged With Colleagues?

Angela ArgiroBlog, Uncategorized

In a time of remote work, making sure we find ways to enjoy each other is more important than ever. Do Great Work. Have Fun. Make Money. As a member of MP&F’s RAA-RAA (aka party planning) Committee, fulfilling the “Have Fun” portion of our company tagline has always been one of my favorite parts of working here.  From monthly birthday treats to extravagant Halloween parties, to making sure the Kegerator always has a great local beer on-tap, it’s never been much of a challenge to make sure my fellow MP&Fers enjoy a never-ending supply of fun. Now in a time … Read More

LIBRARY HOSTS VIRTUAL OPENING OF VOTES FOR WOMEN AUGUST 18

MPF StaffUncategorized

Event Will Feature Community Leaders, Elected Officials,and Special Guest Rosanne Cash • Event begins 11:30 a.m. CST on Tuesday, August 18• Watch on the library’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/votesforwomenopening• New exhibit explores Tennessee’s role in making the 19th Amendment law NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A century ago, Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, finally securing women’s right to vote. One hundred years later to the day, Nashville Public Library will host another milestone in the city’s history and wants everyone to join them. On Tuesday, August 18 at 11:30 a.m. CST, the library will … Read More

Does your website need an SEO audit?

Cole MiracleBlog, Uncategorized

If customers aren’t finding you, it’s time to find out why Is it time to conduct an SEO audit of your company’s website? You’re not alone. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced almost every business to re-examine its digital presence and capabilities. As a result, the digital marketplace for goods and services has become significantly more crowded. It is more difficult than ever for a business to stand out. The best way to maintain or improve your business’s digital standing among your industry peers is to improve your website’s search engine optimization through an SEO audit. A good SEO score … Read More

FBMM PROMOTES MIDDLEMAS TO ACCOUNT MANAGER

MPF StaffUncategorized

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 3, 2019) – Top-tier entertainment business management firm FBMM has promoted Abby Middlemas from account executive to account manager. In this managerial position, she will focus on her clients’ financial goals, whether that’s budgeting for a tour, buying their first home or planning for retirement. “Abby has been a valuable asset to our team for the past four years,” said FBMM owner Duane Clark. “She has proved herself a reliable resource to her clients, and has shown the depth of her financial management knowledge throughout her time here. We’re proud to have her on our team.” Middlemas … Read More

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Hosts Monthly Dog Days Event

MPF StaffNews, Uncategorized

HERMITAGE, Tenn. –Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage will host its monthly Dog Days event Saturday, June 29, opening its historic grounds and nature trails for families and their dogs to enjoy together from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. A grounds pass will allow guests to explore the acreage of The Hermitage as they walk the historic estate, hike the preserved trails and enjoy the scenic surroundings of the grounds and 19thcentury architecture. By purchasing a combo ticket, guests will also have access to an exclusive Hounds Hike the Hermitage tour, guided by a Hermitage team member. For 60 minutes, participants will hear … Read More

Nashville Walmart Stores and Sam’s Clubs To Raise Money For Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt

Jacob BurnsUncategorized

Public invited to participate in campaign that helps provide critical patient care for local sick and injured children NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 10, 2019) – All Nashville Walmart stores and Sam’s Clubs today kick off this year’s Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals (CMN Hospitals) fundraising campaign to help treat local children who are sick or injured. All money raised during the Nashville CMN Hospitals campaign directly benefits Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to fund critical treatments, pediatric medical equipment, research and charitable care. The Walmart–Sam’s Club CMN Hospitals campaign runs from June 10 through July 7. “It’s inspiring to see … Read More