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Workplaces able to pivot easily with little notice despite COVID surge

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Megan and Trent Salch have learned to adjust.

Instead of commuting to their retail office space, they now commute upstairs to their home office where they run their marketing and design company.

The couple continues to learn how to shift their business in the days of COVID-19.

“What we found is that our clients were doing it,” Megan Salch told ABC13. “Our partners were doing it. Everyone was working from home.”

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Client: Pamela Hope Designs

Objective: Our interior design client sought media coverage of a new construction home that the design firm recently decorated in Houston. The design team took an all neutral townhome in an exclusive neighborhood and incorporated bold colors that the homeowner loved.

Solution: Tell Your Tale Marketing secured an article in Houston House & Home that beautifully captured our client’s clever use of color while incorporating the homeowner’s possessions. The article was available online as well as a 6-page article in the printed magazine.

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Client: Telomarket grocery store

Objective: As its new grocery store opened in Houston’s Historic Fifth Ward, the Ayala family wanted to secure media coverage of Telomarket’s grand opening, a large crowd of customers for event day and a strong presence from politicians.

Solution: Tell Your Tale Marketing secured press coverage in Houston Press and Houston Business Journal. The client was thrilled with the long line of customers who attended the grand opening as well as Mayor Sylvester Turner, Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, and 5 City Council Members.

HOUSTON INVITATION SERVICE MOVES TO NEW LOCATION WITH EXPANDED STATIONERY OFFERINGS,
SAME GREAT SERVICE

HOUSTON, TEXAS – (April 18, 2017) – Houston Invitation Service announced today its recent move to a nearby location that enables the custom stationery studio to better serve its customers. Just minutes from its prior location, the new space provides multiple meeting and on-site production areas. Proudly serving the Houston area for 66 years, this design studio is now located at 902 Willard Street.

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Tell Your Tale has worked with Tejas Office Products for a number of years, positioning the office products leader with industry, local and national media. From writing press releases to leveraging relationships with reporters, Tell Your Tale has landed numerous articles for the largest independent office products company in the Houston area.

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