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On The Avenue: No Edits. No Filter. Episode 4
Lights! Camera!! Action!!! Today On The Avenue we're excited to bring you episode 4 of our podcast, "No Edits. No Filter." This week Tom and his crew are discussing movies! This is a fun one.
On The Avenue: Puzzle Piece Fitness
Today On The Avenue we want to celebrate Mark Fleming. Mark is a young man on the autism spectrum who identified a need in the autistic community, and has made it his personal mission to help solve it. While working as a volunteer for the special Olympics, Mark noticed that a growing issue for people with a disability was how to stay active. Many individuals with a disability end up at home a lot with few opportunities for true exercise. As a University of Alabama student with a master’s degree in exercise science, Mark found a way to apply his experience as a person with autism, and expertise
On The Avenue: Tom Woodard Voice Over Reel
Today On The Avenue we're celebrating our fearless leader, Tom Woodard. He is the most recent recipient of the AAF Silver Medal Award. The American Advertising Federation's Silver Medal Award Program was established in 1959 to recognize men and women who have made outstanding contributions to advertising and who have been active in furthering the industry's standards, creative excellence and responsibility in areas of social concern. Annually, the AAF's Ad Clubs bestow this honor upon outstanding members of the local advertising community. The award serves to enhance the image of advertising b
On The Avenue: No Edits. No Filter. Episode 3
Here it is! On The Avenue presents "No Edits. No Filter." episode 3! Since we're located in Music City it only made sense to do an episode about music! We hope you enjoy it.
On The Avenue: Walmart Eliminating Greeter Position
Today On The Avenue we’re talking about a recent news story from NPR. They have reported that Walmart is in the process of eliminating their greeter position, and replacing it with a “customer host” position. This new title will carry a different set of tasks, responsibilities, and requirements, and while this shift in position may seem insignificant to many, it had a much deeper effect on Walmart employees with disabilities. Because the greeter job was not physically strenuous and easy to learn, it was a particularly good fit for the disabled population trying to find a steady job. The new cu
On The Avenue: No Edits. No Filter. Episode 2
Today On The Avenue we're bring you episode 2 of the "No Edits. No Filter." podcast! Check out the episode below to watch Tom and his crew discuss family.