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August 20th marked International Geocaching Day, and the annual Block Party in Fremont, WA – near the Geocaching.com headquarters. Visitors from all over the world came to meet with Groundspeak Lackeys, enjoy the fun events and mingle with other geocaching fanatics. Signal the Frog made an appearance despite the summer heat and company founders took a splashing in the dunk tank. A geocaching course was set-up around the area to encourage visitors to see the area and earn a prized geocoin puzzle.


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October 2009 – this seems like a good place to start my retro-active blogging.

I was 10 months into my role in the Casual Games space with GameHouse (what a cool job!). Prior to joining GameHouse/Real Networks, I spent 7 years at a wonderful Seattle PR agency called Richmond Public Relations. At RPR I managed PR campaigns specializing in consumer products and travel. One of my favorite accounts was Scene It? The DVD Game.

I loved working with growing companies and Screenlife was a perfect example of a game company that started small and grew, and grew. I worked with the founder to secure this Portrait article in the Seattle Times in 2006.

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