• Cary’s Booth Amphitheatre Hosts N.C. Chinese Lantern Festival

    December 9th, 2016
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    Perhaps you’ve visited Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheatre for a concert or to explore Symphony Lake and surrounding trails. At this point, you’re probably aware it’s the location for this year’s N.C. Chinese Lantern Festival. Back for a second year, the festival is lighting up the Triangle in a way that hasn’t gone unnoticed. WRAL documented the behind-the-scenes set-up, and featured the festival in the attractions, […]

  • News & Observer Visits Bikefest Invited Builder Crazy Beavers Customs

    September 19th, 2016
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    The News & Observer went on location to share the story of custom bike artist Jason Beaver, whose specialty motorcycles will be showcased at the upcoming Custom Bike Show at Ray Price Capital City Bikefest. The free event in downtown Raleigh features the nation’s top motorcycle builders on display Saturday and Sunday in the convention center. Jason has a wonderful eye for design as […]

  • Misner Team Succeeds at Kayakalon Challenge

    May 13th, 2016
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    Sound Rivers’ 10th Annual Race for the River “Kayakalon” is the area’s most unique sprint triathlon. Unique in that it replaces the typical swimming segment with a kayak. Participants start off the race with a 1.5 mile kayak, followed by a 15.6 mile bike ride, and then end with a 3.1 mile run. The event is hosted […]

  • Downtown Cary’s heartbeat, The Cary Theater

    April 26th, 2016
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    A space that has served as a live performance venue, a recording studio, a clothing boutique, and even an auto parts store, is now the heart of downtown Cary, N.C.  The Cary Theater earns a well-deserved spotlight in April’s Walter Magazine, showcasing its great lineup of entertainment. Cary citizens and Triangle art house buffs can enjoy film festivals, […]

  • A brand that pops

    February 15th, 2016
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      It’s no secret how challenging it can be to stand out in today’s advertising universe. Most ads are going to get ignored. Some are poorly conceived, while others just look like everybody else’s. Fear not, it’s still very possible to make a memorable impression. Take the The Cary Theater’s advertising you see here. Building a vibrant brand MISNER has […]

  • 40 Years of Housing Innovation

    December 22nd, 2014

    DHIC recently celebrated its 40th anniversary as the area’s most active nonprofit developer of innovative and attractive affordable housing communities. We helped them host the event, featuring more than 400 attendees, including elected officials and other luminaries celebrating the impact the organization makes on housing stability in the Research Triangle region and across the state. In conjunction with […]

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