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Flashback Friday: Old-school ad

Back in the day, we didn’t send in ad materials via email, and we certainly couldn’t tweak the headline or correct a typo ten minutes before sending it in. This is a photo of an ad proof from 1998. Magellan Laboratories was the client (now a part of Catalent). And...

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We’re Back!

Welcome back to Sinclairity! We’re glad to have you stop by. Since we’ve been out of the blogging game for a little while, we thought we’d say hello again. A couple of years back, we launched Sinclairity to offer our unique perspectives on marketing, branding and the...

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2012 in Review

Who is feeling reflective this week? It’s hard not to look back at our professional and personal accomplishments of 2012 as the year comes to a close. We pressed ourselves to narrow down a pretty great year to one personal and one professional highlight to share...

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How we Celebrate

Tonight is the second of our two holiday celebrations here at Sinclair & Co. As we polish our bling and dig out our party dresses, we thought we’d share with you how we celebrate the holidays. The first party is for some of the most important people in our...

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The first three rules of crisis management.

Many years ago, a neighbor in my subdivision was named jury foreman in a grisly murder trial. The details were horrifyingly salacious, and everyone in the county was talking about them. So too, unfortunately, was that neighbor. When it came to light in court that he...

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The Thanksgiving Sandwich

This post is part of our Sinclair & Co. for the Holidays series. Follow us on Pinterest to see more. Here’s a recipe for my favorite Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich. 2 slices of artisan bread 2 t. dijon mustard 2 t. cranberry sauce thinly sliced tart apple or pear...

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Mama Ruth’s Sour Dough Bread

This post is part of our Sinclair & Co. for the Holidays series. Follow us on Pinterest to see more. This is my Mama Ruth's sour dough bread recipie. My grandmother, Ruth Youngblood, was mistress of the domestic arts. Her quilts, afghans, canned goods and pies won all...

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