Monthly Archives: May 2012

Adera Talks Children

We met with Adera at the Hunter Museum of American Art and the conversation quickly turned to children.  Besides her brilliant work with art education for the children of our city she is a passionate proponent for the Children’s Advocacy … Continue reading

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Talking progressive with the CFGC

If you want to peer into the progressive future of Chattanooga, talk to Pete at the Community Fund of Greater Chattanooga.  The only thing is, that future is already taking shape as we speak.  Whether it’s the GigCity competition, the … Continue reading

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Socializing with Ryan from Full Media

I just seem to be on a roll, a long string of CoffeeConnects with really great Chattanoogans.  Ryan from FullMedia is definitely one of the good ones.  He has a wide interest arena but we spent the hour plus talking … Continue reading

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The Pulse takes notice of CoffeeConnect

As the CoffeeConnect idea continues to build word-of-mouth, viral momentum, we are proud to announce that the Pulse has now officially recognized us with a story in their bowl section, Discovering Chatt, one cup at a time.  So you really … Continue reading

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Stratton

For those of you who know Stratton, there is not a descriptor needed to illuminate the man.  He’s one of those gems spread upon the golden sands of this great beach we call Chattanooga.  I met Stratton at Chattz and, … Continue reading

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No Bad Idea is officially launched

Chattanooga is too full of ideas not to have a home.  I saw the need so I built the home and call it No Bad Idea.  It’s a modest little bungalow with only one bath but I’ve acquired lots of … Continue reading

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No Bad Idea is officially launched

Chattanooga is too full of ideas not to have a home.  I saw the need so I built the home and call it No Bad Idea.  It’s a modest little bungalow with only one bath but I’ve acquired lots of … Continue reading

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Alternatively Chattz

CoffeeConnect is going viral.  How do I know?  First, I’m into third generation Connects.  Rich recommends me to Teal who recommends me to Liz and Ryan.  That would make Rich a grandConnector.  Second, people are calling me now to set … Continue reading

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An Impromptu at Rembrandt’s

One of the great things about the whole CoffeeConnect idea is the adaptability of the concept.  I also like the fact that I can create opportunities for a Connect at the drop of a hat.  This happened today at Rembrandt’s … Continue reading

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Is This the New Face of Chattanooga?

Being connected has its rewards.  When Choose Chattanooga decided to interview people about why they relocated to Chattanooga, I got the call.  Last week I went before the lights and cameras at Chattanooga State’s Media Technologies Center and recorded my … Continue reading

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