The Narrative Evolution portfolio showcases services ranging from strategic planning and copywriting to marketing and media relations.
The result: your audiences will know your story across multiple channels and from a perspective that resonates with them.
Trying to find cute clothes that fit when you’re a girl that’s 5’9″ can be annoying, but trying to find cute clothes that fit when you’re a girl that’s 6’4″ can be a downright hassle. WNBA team Dallas Wings players Courtney Paris and Theresa Plaisance are two of the tallest players on their team, measuring in at 6’4″ and 6’5″, respectively. The average American woman is 5’4″ tall.
Coaching can be a stressful business, but Dallas Wings Assistant Coach Bridget Pettis has a way of dealing with it, along with any other type of stress life has to offer.
Step onto the WNBA Dallas Wings court during practice and you’ll experience various sights and sounds: squeaking shoe soles and the shouts of plays being called up and down the court as players run drills with focused intensity. The physicality and drama of basketball may seem like a diametrical opposite experience to the fluidity of yoga, where there is no jostling for position under a net and practitioners stay within the four corners of their mat. For Dallas Wings Assistant Coach Bridget Pettis, there is no separating the two worlds.
Partners Pam Gerber and Suzanne Slonim may be relatively new fans of the WNBA and the Dallas Wings. But there aren’t many fans who are more fervent. As the team and their fans — including Gerber and Slonim — gear up Dallas Wings Pride Night on June 16, the couple took a few minutes to talk about why they love Dallas Wings and why they think everyone else should, too.
2016 was thought to be the year of the woman, but we’d like to go ahead and nominate 2017 thanks to amazing organizations that support and celebrate women in a big way.
Dallas Wings forward Theresa Plaisance joins Good Day to talk about the team's home opener this weekend. It's a game against the defending champs.
Let us be the first to share the best kept secret in North Texas – the WNBA Dallas Wings, who are tipping off their second season on Saturday, May 20 at 7 p.m. at College Park Center against the Minnesota Lynx. The team has been busy expanding their ever growing legion of fans during the offseason after adding five draft picks in this year’s WNBA Draft, including two players who won the Women’s NCAA national championship in Dallas.
This video will show you the step-by-step instructions on how to open a TollTag account online. TollTag customers save money on toll roads - ZipCash customers pay at least 50% more - and can easily pay for tolls without stopping in Texas and Oklahoma.
Travel easily when you use your TollTag to pay for parking and pass-through at DFW airports. Plus, drive non-stop in Texas and Oklahoma when you use your TollTag to pay for tolls.