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Doing Thanksgiving Differently This Year

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Monica E. Simmons

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November 18, 2020

Eat, Drink and Be Merry—Just Do It Completely Differently This Thanksgiving . . . Or, Perhaps, Don’t Do It at All! Like a lot of people, I think the holiday season is truly the “most wonderful time of the year”. A huge part of that are, of course the traditions shared with family and friends. Unfortunately, thanks to Covid-19, there’ll be nothing traditional about how we celebrate in 2020! Who’d have thought way back in March that we’d be asked to radically alter our plans for the one day of the year when it’s socially acceptable to wear your stretchy pie-eating pants?

Marketing

Ho! Ho! Ho-liday Ideas!

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Monica E. Simmons

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November 10, 2020

The holiday season really sets the mood with warmth, happiness and kindness to others. If you’re struggling with getting into the holiday spirit, here are some festive things you can do for your residents.

Marketing

Positively Monica

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Monica E. Simmons

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August 28, 2020

Like many people, I’ve stepped up my activity on social media as a way to stay connected with the folks I’ve not been able to see for the past few months. That being said, I recently came across something that made me smile, posted by a friend on Facebook. It was too good not to share with you.

Marketing

Rain, Snow, Sleet or Hail—Reach Your Clients & Prospects With Direct Mail

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Monica E. Simmons

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August 13, 2020

There’s no doubt that face-to-face marketing and meetings are on the downturn these days. And, while a virtual outreach can provide some degree of success in staying relevant in your customer’s eyes, there’s another effective way to connect with your clients and prospects and that’s by using direct mail.

Marketing

Marketing Like You Mean It! (5 Easy Tips To Improve Your Brand)

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Monica E. Simmons

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August 7, 2020

Now more than ever before it’s time to get serious about your marketing strategy! Those who don’t won’t have a fighting chance of succeeding in our ever-changing business environment. And, although we must consider new and innovative ways to promote our businesses, there are still some great ways to stay relevant in the eyes of your customers

Marketing

How My Car Became Our Marketing Vehicle (AAGD Salute To Property Management Parade)

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Monica E. Simmons

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June 3, 2020

Recently, TVG Marketing Services was proud to participate in AAGD’s (Apartment Association of Greater Dallas) first ever “Salute To Property Management” parade.

Marketing

Attention Vendors: Top Tips For Marketing During COVID-19

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Tanya Malena

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April 23, 2020

No longer is it business as usual. People’s daily routines and lives have been greatly altered, and we can all agree that these are uncertain times for everyone. At a point in time when much has come to a standstill, businesses need to continually reach out to their clients and prospects. Here are a few ways your business can utilize marketing strategies to keep your company moving forward to not only survive this crisis but prosper.

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Property Management

I Get What You’re Saying

You never know who’s going to walk through the front door when you work in a leasing office. In this case, a couple looking for a new place to call home, had a slight difference of opinion on which floor plan they’d need for their growing family. I love how the leasing director helped take some of the tension out of what could have otherwise been a stressful situation.

Property Management

Manager VS Love Triangle: Resident, Crazy Girlfriend, and an RV

A true story from a property manager about a motor home, an unlawful resident, and a strange relationship.

Property Management

Property Managers: Feel Like You Have "Residents" Breeding Like Rabbits?

A property manager learns the hard way that it's best to be very specific when it comes to defining your pet policy!