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  1. Good afternoon,

    My name is Lorainne Lopez and I am a junior analyst at Inspiring Capital. Everyone in the office loved your article on Inside Philanthropy featuring the Green Bronx Machine. GBM is one of our valued clients and we were wondering if you would like to do an interview with Inspiring Capital’s CEO, Nell, for a follow-on article about GBM. Inspiring Capital worked behind the scenes to reassure Rockefeller Foundation that the grant would be used for strategic growth and sustainability planning and not just a one-off program. Along with the publicity feature from CNN, we worked together to help GBM get the grant, and continue to work together as he expands his program to other states.

    Please don’t hesitate to contact me ([email protected]) if you wish to talk about this further, or have any questions.

    Thank you for your time.


    • Hi Lorainne,

      Thanks so much for reaching out! I love your follow-up suggestion and just replied to you by email.

      Have a great day!

  2. Enjoyed your article, thanks. Next time you come by the beach, come up to the house and visit. We would love to meet you.

    • Thanks, Steve & Lynda! My best friend lives in Newnan and has a new baby, so I’m sure I’ll be down again to visit soon. Can’t wait to see what the Barbies will be up to then! Take care and keep up the great work 🙂

      PS – I’m a huge gnome collector so this is great inspiration for little colony…

  3. I just want to thank you for including Walters Pumpkin Patch in Burns, Ks. in your March 16, 2021 revision of the favorite pumpkin patches! We so appreciate these unsolicited articles and just want you to know that we do appreciate what you did for us! Thank you again!

  4. Good afternoon Alyssa,

    I’m Candice Calderon, a tour director, and I saw your article about the 10 best farms to visit in California. I believe you’d be impressed with our Fields of Fresno Ag Tours that feature farm and agricultural sites within Fresno County located in the center of California…the fruit basket of world! Here’s a link to our website http://www.valleyhistory.org/ag-tour and below is the flyer of our rotating Ag tours. None of our tours are the same since Fresno County is so rich is Ag land. We could do a different itinerary for the next ten years before repeating ourselves! As the Tour Director for the Fresno County Historical Society, I invite you to experience one of our tours.

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