It’s Nice to Have Community Involvement in Birmingham!

Help Magic City Mural Collective and TrimTab Brewing Kickstart a new It’s Nice to Have You in Birmingham mural!

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We’re all for making Birmingham more beautiful and welcoming (and for pretty much anything involving beer), so it’s very exciting to see the Magic City Mural Collective and TrimTab Brewing teaming up to bring us a new It’s Nice to Have You in Birmingham mural that will be visible for cars driving north on Red Mountain Expressway.

There’s only one problem, and it’s one we can solve: They need money to make it happen. TrimTab is (thankfully) making this a community space instead of putting up an advertisement for their brewery, so the funding is being raised through a Kickstarter, and as of writing this blog they’re really close — they need just under $1,500 more, and they have three more days to do it. (Or maybe I should say, WE have three more days to do it.)

When you kick in funds, you’ll get more for your money than just a happy feeling when you pass by the mural (although you will get that, too). Prizes include a TrimTab brewery glass and sticker, an It’s Nice to Have You in Birmingham novelty license plate, and a tasting at TrimTab (all of which sounds really good to me).

We love the video for this project, we love the idea, and we really love beer (Did I already mention that?), so we’re going to be donating today. It really is nice to be in a city where this kind of collaborative community project can come together.

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Jason loves finding creative ways to solve client problems, and he’s always looking for ways to help clients use technology to get more done while building up the bottom line. Don’t ask this guy to read the manual; he believes technology should be intuitive, and you shouldn’t need to follow directions to get it right. This belief comes in handy when he’s demanding the best user experience for our clients (not so much when putting together Ikea desks). To be happy, all Jason really needs is time with his family: wife, Shawndee, and kids Isaac, Juliette, James and Mary Rose — but a good cup of coffee and a cinnamon roll at Savage’s wouldn’t hurt.


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