Three Years and Thank You’s
I have often heard people say, “She’s got a case of the Mondays.” Meaning of course that that person might be a touch grumpy because the work week has come around again. Today, I find myself with a case of “The Thank You’s.”
I woke up this morning nearly in a panic because I wanted to make sure that one of our client’s new campaigns launched successfully. I exchanged a few emails and made sure things were running smoothly, which they were. And as I settled into my morning routine, I thought about all the things I needed to do and which clients needed what. About this point I realized that today was February 1st.
To every client, every friend, every blog reader, and Twitter follower, Thank You!
This might not be a holiday to you, but it is to me. You see, three years ago today I left my safe and steady job to pursue FortySeven Media full time. We’d been running for nearly two years on nights and weekends but the time had come to make the jump. So, I jumped. And not very long after, Jon did too.
In the three years since that day, Jon and I have had the privilege to work with some of the finest people, companies and artists around. We’ve been blessed with great opportunities and have been invited to partner with various companies and organizations to help them realize their goals. It has been a wonderful three years.
To every client, every friend, every blog reader, and Twitter follower, Thank You! We thank God for your business, belief, and support. You are the best. Seriously, we love you guys!
Today, as we start our fourth full throttle year, FortySeven Media is stronger, smarter, and more ready to rock than ever! Do you have a crazy project that needs kick-awesome work? Bring it on! We are gearing up for our best year yet and we want you to be a part of it, because part of being thankful for what has been is looking ahead to a bright future of things yet to be thankful for!
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