Curator Newsfeed: April 14, 2017

We’re all smiles here at Curator as we wrap up the week and look forward to a (hopefully) non-rainy weekend ahead! Before we jump into the weekend, let’s recap what our wonderful clients have been up to.

To start, The Seattle Times featured Ably’s Frank Henley shirt in its ShopNW section as a comfy, breathable and commute-friendly wardrobe staple, while Pyramid Breweries sat down with the Puget Sound Business Journal to talk rebranding and new label art with a bolder aesthetic.

Additionally, Utrip explains the edge that hoteliers can have over Airbnb by leveraging travel planning trends such as personalization, local expertise, location and technology to create better guest experiences.

Check out those articles and more, below!

Client Coverage:

15 ways to help you master your mass-transit commute, The Seattle Times

Easter Festivities at Stoneridge Shopping Center, Raspberry Glow

How hotels beat Airbnb by getting in bed with the traveler, Tnooz

How Hotels Beat Airbnb by Getting in Bed with Today’s Traveler, Hotel Online

Whole Foods Exceeds Prosperity Campaign's $3.2M Goal, Progressive Grocer

Lane County students spend school time working in gardens, KVAL News

Whole Foods Market foundation funds school gardens for three local schoolsBellingham Business Journal

Pyramid rebrands, taking the once-troubled brewery back to its roots, Puget Sound Business Journal