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DCI Chats With Top Tweeting Baltimore Mayor

DCI Vice President Daniella Middleton recently sat down with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake for a discussion about Twitter and its use by elected officials. In DCI’s study of the use of Twitter by 250 mayors of America’s largest cities, Mayor Rawlings-Blake was selected as the most effective communicator among the group.

View “The Tweet Elite: 25 Mayors Who Have Mastered Twitter”

DCI Gets Familiar with the San Andreas Fault Zone

Account Manager Sonia Reid had the opportunity to explore California’s San Andreas Fault Zone, as well as other Southern California highlights, on a recent FAM tour hosted by Visit California. The tour focused on the state’s outdoors and consisted of a group of global product managers from all over the world. A red jeep tour, accompanied by Robyn Gallegos from Greater Palm Springs CVB, led the group through the fault zone to learn about the desert’s ecosystem and history.

New York City Staff Takes on the March Madness Duathlon

DCI's President, Andy Levine, along with staffers Keegan Calligar, Derek Byrne, Hanna Porterfield, Megan McHale and Kristyna Bronner braved 50 mph winds for New York City's Central Park March Madness Duathlon on April 03, 2016. The race consisted of a 2.2 mile run, 12 mile bike ride and another 2.2 mile run. Hanna came in first for her age group and Derek placed second in his. Congrats, team!