Blog posts tagged in Community
On Saturday, December 7th families in Regina will have something to smile about!
Thanks to many volunteers from around the city, Regina will be holding its’ Second Annual Help-Portrait event. Help-Portrait is a community of photographers, photo-editors and hair and make-up artists (plus more!) who will come together to provide families the gift of smiles…in the form of a free portrait.
Social Media today is like what television was like in the 50's. The medium is new and evolving. The way we are using Twitter and Facebook today is not how we will be using it in five years.
Despite being a new road; a rut has already emerged in how many brands use their social media channels - right next to the deep groove that is baby photos on Facebook and artsy food shots on Instagram.
"Learn how to strategically expand your brand using online mediums!"
Social media today is a lot like TV was in the early days of the 1950s. Rapidly becoming a social norm, its' capability to educate, inform and entertain was apparent but nobody really could foresee how it could be utilized and used to its' full potential. Join Looker Twitterati @sirgregmoore @mattyoconnell
as they help you navigate the landscape of the new wild west while remembering the past and preparing for the future.
From business to brand to social success - three educated speakers in one engaging seminar.
Date: Thursday, June 27th, 2013
Location: Crave Kitchen & Wine Bar - 1925 Victoria Avenue
Time: 1 - 4PM
After receiving an exceptional and impressive response (and following much deliberation) we have chosen the winner for our Lend Us Your Brand promotion.
Look Matters is very happy and excited to work alongside 19 year old Weyburn singer/songwriter, Tenille Arts throughout the month of June.
Official Facebook Page | Official Twitter Page | Tenille Arts on YouTube
I am writing this in response to the plea from the Look Matters staff for me to allow my husband to participate in MOvember. I’d like to start by clearing up the misconception that I am not allowing my husband to participate. On the contrary, I am a huge supporter of philanthropic endeavors, even those that are the expense of the participant looking ridiculous. In fact just this week I allowed the Canadian Cancer Society to send two uniformed police officers to “arrest” me and put me in the back of a cruiser at 8 months pregnant all in the name of Jail’n Bail. I think that MOvember is brilliant form of promotion for prostate cancer awareness to raise funds for this cause. So in spite of their appearance, I think that men participating in MOvember to raise awareness and funds for Prostate cancer should be applauded. I mean even the premier is even jumping on the MO-bandwagon.
My only concern about MOvember is that I think some men lose sight of it’s original intent and just use it as an excuse to skip the razor for a month and go au natural. With this in mind I give my blessing for Zlatan to participate in MOvember with the following challenge as the caveat. Zlatan can grow and keep his MO so long as he raises $100/day for prostate cancer. I also challenge the rest of the Look Matters men to participate in this challenge and really create a significant impact for prostate cancer awareness.
Let me take you 'behind the curtain' at Look Matters for a moment...
We have several different 'clubs' here at Look Matters. There's Fit Club, Yoga Club... there's even a Salad Club!
These are all excellent initiatives put forward by various individuals in an effort to spur on healthy lifestyles, and should be applauded for what they do!
November, or should I say MOvember, is just an excuse to grow a moustache, right? Wrong. It’s become so much more than that!