Issue: February 2014 by Jeremy Angione.
As a parent, guardian, teacher or any adult role model can testify, clarifying life’s many lessons for the complex mind of a child can be an arduous and nearly impossible task. Perhaps explaining the existence of Santa Claus and the “Birds and the Bees” comes easy to some, but how does one help a child […]
Inside The Magazine Marketing & Sales
Issue: February 2014 by Mikael Blidö, Sales Executive, Prototype Advertising.
You may or may not be surprised to know that the majority of your competitors do not have a marketing plan. And, if the statistics are true, neither do you. Keep reading and I’ll give you some ideas on how to get a leg up on your competition by making a marketing plan. What is […]
Healthcare Inside The Magazine
Issue: February 2014 by Centra Health.
February ushers in a season for the heart. This isn’t just a month to talk about cupid, candlelight dinners and red roses. Heart month shines the spotlight on heart disease, the leading cause of death among women. It’s a glaring problem and many women are unaware of the risk factors and symptoms. The statistics are […]
Financial Inside The Magazine
Issue: February 2014 by Jeff Boyer, Edward Jones Financial Advisor.
Even though it’s still early in 2014, college financial aid officers are already gathering documents, crunching numbers and otherwise working to determine grants for the school year that starts this coming fall. If you have children you plan on sending to college, how will your own savings and investments affect their chances of getting financial […]
Architecture, Engineering & Construction Inside The Magazine
Emblazoned beneath Wiley|Wilson’s torch monogram are the words “constant progress.” In equally elegant and simple terms, the firm’s tagline conveys a 113-year-old recipe for success. The architectural and engineering consulting firm has always been based in Lynchburg (currently at 127 Nationwide Drive) but includes additional locations in Richmond and Alexandria, Virginia, and Atlanta, Georgia. Currently, […]
Inside The Magazine Tourism & Transportation
Issue: February 2014 by Kip Rudge.
Inertia has its own rewards. Take, for instance, the Amherst Train Station. A rather nondescript 3,000-square-foot relic of the days when trains had names, Stalin, Hitler, Tito, Trotsky and Freud lived within blocks of one another in Vienna and the U.S. income tax was born, the station has hunkered down in the Town of Amherst […]
Business Profiles Inside The Magazine
Now more than ever, dentists hold a significant position of trust. With ethics at the center of many conversations surrounding the field, patients want to know that their best interests are at heart. Lynchburg’s Dr. Daniel Grabeel, DDS, has been operating his practice with this in mind for nearly 50 years. An active member and […]
Inside The Magazine Leader of the Month
Issue: February 2014 by Lynchburg Business.
Name: Mary Ann Racin Occupation: Executive Director of Riverviews Artspace Age: 51 Hometown: Morgantown, WV Mary Ann, tell us about your role with the Riverviews. How did you come into this position? As Executive Director, I oversee operations for the nonprofit organization—staff, marketing, development, partnerships and programs. Previously, I worked as a program associate in […]
Inside The Magazine Retail
Issue: February 2014 by Suzanne Ramsey.
If the number of background checks conducted by Virginia gun dealers is any indication, there are a lot more firearms in the hands of Virginians than there were 14 months ago. And, from what local gun dealers and others are saying, more and more are being purchased by women. According to a report released in […]
Inside The Magazine Real Estate
Issue: February 2014 by Dan Vollmer, Associate Broker, Re/Max 1st Olympic.
I have a cousin who is a concierge at a five-star hotel in New York City. This hotel was conceived by John Jacob Astor, and is THE place to stay for many celebrities and Middle Eastern royalty when they stay in the city. It’s fun to stop by and visit him when we go into New York, […]