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MP&F Wants to Introduce You To Nogmented RealityTM!

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The holidays are in full swing, and we know they can be stressful. The shopping, the wrapping, the decorating, the traveling … it can be a lot. To help, we’ve created Nogmented RealityTM! Follow these five steps to nogment your reality (actual results may vary): Drink eggnog. (See our go-to recipe below.) Lie down. (Couch recommended.) Place the MP&F holiday card across the bridge of your nose. (We hope you got an MP&F holiday card. If not, respond to this email with your address, and we’ll put one in the mail to you right away!) Let stress float away as … Read More

MP&F, a Reflection of Nashville, Works To Help Shepherd Growth

Adit AhmedBlog, Uncategorized

Nashville’s recent growth has been as hot as hot chicken itself, and for good reason, too. The Nashville area is experiencing the third-highest job growth of large metro areas in the United States, and the Metro Planning Department estimates that over 1 million people will move to Middle Tennessee by 2040. MP&F has worked closely with many people who are helping the area adjust to this growth, and has seen these shifts take shape at the company itself. Almost half of MP&F’s more than 70-person staff has roots outside of Middle Tennessee. As Nashville continues to grow, MP&F’s team is … Read More

Big changes are headed to Facebook (Now’s the time to get ready)

Leigh LindseyBlog, home, UncategorizedLeave a Comment

Last week Mark Zuckerberg announced that major changes are in the works at Facebook. The social network is shifting its algorithms again — this time to make sure you are seeing more content from family and friends. It’s likely that changes to Instagram, which is owned by Facebook, are on the way, too. According to Zuckerberg, the shift will take time, but you should see some changes in your news feed quickly. More content in your news feed from people that matter to you means less visibility for content from brands, businesses and news publishers. If your business relies on … Read More