The Stitchery sews up some national exposure. Call it L2L: Romega Digital designs new River City Bank site (local to local) Goodwill seeks employers for Rome job fair

The Stitchery sews up some national exposure. Call it L2L: Romega Digital designs new River City Bank site (local to local) Goodwill seeks employers for Rome job fair

From The Stitchery’s Facebook page: “Our beautiful ‘Color Me Bold’ quilt designed specifically for the Fall/Winter issue of Quilt Sampler Magazine.”

 

Media release: The Stitchery, a quilt shop in Central Plaza in Rome, has been chosen as one of the 10 featured shops across the United States for the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Quilt Sampler magazine, published by Better Homes and Gardens. Quilt Sampler, published twice a year, has been profiling North America’s top quilt shops for the past 22 years. Competition to be included in Quilt Sampler is keen. Nearly 3,000 quilt shops are eligible to apply for this year’s honor. The Stitchery and the other nine shops chosen were photographed and interviewed by a team from Quilt Sampler, and a multipage profile of the shop will appear in the issue, which is now available on newsstands. Employees of each quilt shop also design an original quilt for the magazine, and the full‐sized
pattern for the quilt appears in the issue of Quilt Sampler.

 

River City Bank has a new website following a partnership with Romega Digital. We’re heard of B2B but how about local to local or L2L? Nice to see two locally based businesses involved.  The release: The bank “set out to revamp their online presence and more effectively connect their customers to the services they offer. They chose to partner with Romega Digital to help them develop and execute their vision for a one-of-a-kind, professional-looking, user-friendly website,” according to a media release. Romega Digital recently opened its new office at 108B E. Fifth Ave, just around the corner from the Clocktower.

The Goodwill Career Center seeks partners for the Monthly Job Fair on Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. There is no cost for you to participate. Space is available for 20 employers.  You are welcome to bring supplemental signage, displays, application material, supplies, and items required at your station. We will have Volunteers on hand to assist you as needed. Let us know if you need power at your station.  Ink pens are appreciated! Computers for online applications & private interview rooms are also available.  Participating employers will have one eight-foot table and two chairs. Click here for the Job Fair Registration

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