In our Community

At Gaskill Strategies, we value all things community.  We work with organizations that are community-minded and that want to make our city a better place.  Here, we'd like to focus on the people, places and things that are improving and inspiring our world.

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Memphis makes the Times!

It's always interesting to see how folks who don't live here see Memphis. The New York Times gives us all another chance in the "36 Hours" feature that will be in this Sunday's travel section. Of course, that's not enough time to do any city (especially ours) justice, but the writer includes shopping and craft beer int he Edge and Broad Avenue Arts districts and Crosstown Concourse along with the Civil Rights Museum, Sun Studio and Graceland. Maybe they'll get to the Stax Museum next time....

It's already posted online here.

Posted by John Gaskill at Friday, March 23, 2018

Seth Godin on "Mobile blindness"

We all love the instant info available on our smartphones. But do we sacrifice depth for the sake of speed and conveninence?

Check out Seth Godin's thought-provoking take on what he calls "Mobile blindness."

Posted by John Gaskill at Thursday, March 22, 2018

Mid-South Food Bank is growing - and you can help!

There are so many organizations that need your help in the Memphis area, but it's hard to think of one more vital than the Mid-South Food Bank. Check out this report from WMC to learn how you can be part of this amazing non-profit's much-needed expansion.

WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee
Posted by John Gaskill at Monday, March 5, 2018

Ballet Memphis has a new home!

You've been watching it take shape for months - get ready for the new home in Overton Square!

Check out this story from the Daily News!

Posted by John Gaskill at Tuesday, August 8, 2017