We’re going to the Folio: Show – again!

Reading Time: 2 minutes NYC, here we come! Haj Carr, TLP CEO, will kick off the 2017 Folio: Show conference in New York City with a paneled learning session titled Ditch the Pitch: How to Build Quality Client Relationships.

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TLP Spotlight: NefRyder is in the house

Reading Time: 2 minutes Through the walls of the TLP office lucky ears can hear the sound of an angel singing. That angel didn’t drop from heaven though, he grew up in the Bronx until age 14, attended Juilliard Pre-College Division and then went to a boarding school in Wisconsin. Who’s this sweet, well-groomed voice belong to? None other…

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We raft (and camp) with a little help from our friends

Reading Time: 2 minutes The saying goes, “What happens in The Forks, stays in The Forks”, but when it comes to our Annual White Water Rafting Trip (aka Annual Camping Trip with a Rafting Component) that’s just not true. It’s not because we want to continually bring up moments like when our commemorative camping stickers were thrown into the…

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Conscious leadership and the value of believing in your business

Reading Time: 2 minutes It was easy for business owners to say what their businesses do and how, but when it came to why their business keep chugging along—as in, what’s the point?—a recent workshop turned into a game of hot potato. Haj Carr, President and CEO of the custom media company TrueLine Publishing, recently led the Maine Startup and…

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TLP Spotlight: (Not) Gone Fishing

Reading Time: < 1 minute Patrick aka “PJ” is TrueLine’s resident Big Friendly Giant. With fingers the size of bananas, a head the size of a county fair winning watermelon and a heart as sweet as a maraschino cherry, Mr. Rose would make a fruit sculpture so large it could feed a small nation. But PJ puts that big noggin…

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TrueLine Publishing Raises $8,000 for United Way of Greater Portland

Reading Time: < 1 minute For the second year in a row, TrueLine Publishing has participated in the United Way of Greater Portland’s (UWGP) Give It Forward, Get it Back campaign, which encourages people and organizations to come together to make measurable progress in strengthening our community through volunteer and monetary donations.

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