[caption id="attachment_3379" align="alignright" width="150"] District Manager Sarah Edwards[/caption] Sarah Edwards, San Antonio's District Manager, was interviewed for The New York Times' Vocations feature this weekend.  Read her interview to learn how she manages to lead Towne Park's San Antonio District while training to climb to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro....

[caption id="attachment_3205" align="alignright" width="150"] Sam Skidmore receiving the scholarship from Atlanta Area Manager Michael Brown[/caption] Guest Post by Jackie Harris Harrell, Director, Training Up, up and away! Sam Skidmore, 2014 Valentine Memorial Scholarship recipient, wasn’t dreaming -- he was planning -- when he said “…this scholarship will actually allow...

[caption id="attachment_2911" align="alignright" width="150"] Courtesy of Dani Leigh Photography[/caption] Earlier this week, The Capital Gazette's Elisha Sauers wrote a heartwarming story about a decidedly freezing day at the Loews Annapolis last week when Towne Park's Stephen Patterson came to the rescue for one Baltimore couple on their snowed out wedding day...

[caption id="attachment_2757" align="alignright" width="150"]Christine with Yes We Can Christine with Yes We Can[/caption] A close cousin to our fowl friend the turkey, a ten foot, 250 pound chicken in full Towne Park valet regalia has been spotted pecking around outside Towne Park Headquarters just in time for Thanksgiving.  So how did it get there?  I interviewed Office Assistant Christine Sperry, who spent two months creating it, to find out more about the chicken and Towne Park’s involvement in downtown Annapolis’ “Hatching the Arts!”

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