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AZ Giving: How Do YOU Say Bag

Arizona State University honors student Daniel Guerithault aims to reuse bags, reduce damage to the environment and redeem the earth’s beauty with his new campaign.

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AZ Giving: UMOM New Day Centers

For many children, a park bench will be their bed tonight—but not if UMOM New Day Centers has anything to say about it.

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AFM Tête à Tête: Making Connections

The hit show “Medium” is based on her life. She has written three books and is working on a fourth as well as a movie and a TV series. She tours the world and is a mother of three living in Los Angeles. If she wasn’t busy enough, former Phoenix resident Allison Dubois can talk to the dead.

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AZ Giving: Guardian Angel

Alopecia Universalis is not easily pronounced or a word used in everyday vocabulary. However, this serious medical condition is a reality for more than 4 million people, including one very special 10-year-old Valley girl.

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E.B. Lane Wins $80 Million Contract with Arizona Lottery

Luck of the draw? No way. When CEO Beau Lane and his team at advertising firm E.B. Lane set out to win back a five-year, $80 million contract with the Arizona Lottery, nothing was left to chance.

 

The advertising, public relations and interactive firm managed the many layers of marketing, advertising and public relations for the Arizona Lottery account for two five-year increments (1995 through 2005) and lost the account to another agency in 2005. This year, at a critical point for the state when lottery revenue is heavily depended-upon, E.B. Lane beat three other agencies with a winning plan to...

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