New Year, New Apporach, Same Grind!

by Terry Watson | January 9th, 2013
Terry Watson – Editor

Terry Watson – Editor

I am not one to make a whole bunch of new year resolutions. Honestly, when I attempted to do so I quite often fell short at meeting many of them. I typically set new goals and work towards accomplishing them throughout the year. However, many may exceed a 12 month calender period. My strategy is to always have a general and concise plan in action to get to where I want to be, and this requires making and changing plans when necessary.

Success requires planning. Last year, Huami Magazine was fortunate to produce a community wide cookout. In collaboration with many other area businesses, we were able to feed and entertain nearly 1000 people in downtown Greensboro’s Festival Park. By all accounts, that event was successful only because of the goals that our team set forth and being committed to accomplishing it.

Huami Magazine also partnered with Tamica Fuller and Kotur Kutz and produced its 2nd Annual Huami Magazine Hair Show in December. Another project that required a lot of planning and commitment from several people to reach a desired goal, not only from event coordinators and producers, but also from each contestant. Their hard work and planning was evident once the show began. We were able showcase the talent and skill sets of local stylist and barbers and award the first place winners $4000 in cash prizes.

In 2013, Huami Magazine is working to out do ourselves from last year. Our most important priority is to continue to recognize individuals within our community for their achievements and accomplishments. We also will continue to work to provide local businesses with effective marketing and promotional services. I would like to personally thank each of you who continue to make Huami Magazine a relevant and viable resource in our community. I pray that God will continue to bless us all throughout this new year.

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