Welcome to the July 2011 Issue of Strictly Business Magazine Lincoln


Happy 4th of July to all of our loyal clients and readers!  We hope that everyone gets to spend the holiday with good friends and family and also to take some time to think about those who have fought and are fighting for our freedom as this is what the holiday is all about!

The July edition has one of my favorite stories, Supporting Non Profits Feature.  As a company, we always try our best to promote the wonderful non-profits in our area that help make our community a better place to live.  Many of these organizations do so much good on such little budgets and can always use the help of businesspeople to donate time, money or goods or to sponsor fundraising events so they can continue their mission.  We’re pleased to promote many of these organizations in our article this month and help spread the word about the good they are doing.  Please take the time to read about these wonderful non-profits and consider supporting them when you are choosing non-profits to donate time, money or services to.

Our construction series continues this month with our Residential Remodeling Feature.  If you’re a homeowner and have considered doing some projects around the house, this is the story for you.  From a simple redecoration of a room to a complete overhaul, we’ve got some tips from the experts on project ideas, trends, and working with the right professionals.

There are many changes a person might go through in life, the key is to be prepared.  Get prepared with our Unplanned Life Changes Feature.

Our final feature Preparing And Presenting For Your Tradeshow is timely as we are about to go into tradeshow season!  Whether you are exhibiting at one or multiple tradeshows this year, make sure you take a look at this story to find out how you can maximize your space and get a great return on your investment by displaying at a trade show!

We’re so pleased with the feedback we’ve gotten recently about our magazine.  Please keep it coming!  Whether you have suggestions, recommendations or just comments, we always love to hear them as they help us make this a better magazine for everyone.  And on one final note, voting for Best Dressed 2011 begins soon, so make sure to keep checking out the website for the final nominees and stay tuned for the August edition where we will have pictures of each nominee so you can make your votes!

On a final note, we encourage all of our readers to become a fan of us on Facebook for some great updates and also continue giving us feedback on what you like, what can be improved and ideas on businesses we should feature in the magazine!  We love hearing from all of you!

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by Angela Woltman, Vice President of Operations
Strictly Business Magazine Lincoln