• Custom-Designed Holiday Bread Labels

    December 24th, 2017
    Misner design

    We had fun over the holidays creating our own custom label for delicious breads from Once In A Blue Moon Bakery. Needless to say, they were warmly received for the Christmas holiday! Read More »

  • Misner Team Succeeds at Kayakalon Challenge

    May 13th, 2016

    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… Read More »

  • “In the wind” with Ray Price

    December 16th, 2015

    Ray Price photo by Christer Berg for his Portraits With Purpose project.   “Never take what happens to your clients personally.” Advice to a young Scott Misner from a mentor and former boss that I still think very fondly of to this day. Worst advice I’ve ever received. Why? Because it’s always personal with you. Having the… Read More »

  • News & Observer Visits COR Museum Motorcycle Exhibit

    August 21st, 2015

    Last weekend we were thrilled to get together with News & Observer reporter Lori Wiggins and a few of the subjects from the latest City of Raleigh Museum motorcycle exhibit. Dr. Robin Dail, Pastor Mike Beasley and “Cobra” our buddy Cornell Chandler. Keep an eye out for Lori’s Midtown Muse column this Sunday talking about just how diverse… Read More »

  • Sir Walter Raleigh, the motorcyclist

    August 7th, 2015

    We’ve had fun helping the City of Raleigh Museum (COR Museum) pull together this month’s “Bobbers, Baggers & Bikers” exhibit on the history of motorcycling in Raleigh. We uncovered 100 years of motorcycle culture with lots of biker facts, portraits of riders, and five of the coolest historic bikes in North Carolina. In the process of… Read More »

  • A Case for Pro Baseball in Downtown Raleigh

    July 14th, 2015

    It’s Time The City of Raleigh is currently in the habit of creating events on Fayetteville St. to attract visitors to downtown. With recent success expanding the Museum of Natural Sciences, it is time to think big about permanent, family-friendly entertainment options downtown to coexist with the existing museums and growing number of restaurants and… Read More »