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Markentum Monday: March 15, 2021

Posted by Markentum Team on Mar 15, 2021 8:30:00 AM
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Markentum Monday allows our team to share what our team is participating in, what Netflix shows we're loving, and more! 🌱Make sure to follow our Spotify playlist, '2021: Music with Momentum' -- with new songs added every week -- to hear what we're listening to and loving! 


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triangleMarch is National Craft Month!

A fun fact about Markentum is that almost every team member considers themselves a DIY-er or a crafty person. That being said, it is not surprising that we are embracing March for what it is, National Craft Month. We have resident woodworkers, painters, sculptors, knitters, macrame makers, and so much more on our team.

Check out our social media later this month to see some of the crafts our team has created!


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triangleThe Secret French Recipes of Sophie Valroux by Samantha Verant

All I had to read was a review about the book from New York Times bestselling author Michelle Gable to know I was going to enjoy this book:

"A perfect novel for anyone who enjoys good food and a great tale."

That's me! Fun, easy to read story to unwind with at the end of a long day.

- Hollee Kennedy, Account Strategist


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triangleAge of Samurai: Battle for Japan | Netflix

For a history buff like me, this show is pure gold. Set during Japan's Sengoku Period (about 150 years of civil war), the show re-enacts the rise of three powerful daimyo (feudal lords) who through cunning, ambition, and adoption of modern warfare (European guns), succeeded in unifying Japan, creating a new Shogunate (line of rulers), and ending this era of political unrest.

(Be warned: this is not your dad's history channel, the re-enactments are graphic!)

- Ryan Blanco, Vice President of Strategic Growth



triangleArizona State Parks

Red Rock State Park had awesome views of the unique and gorgeous red rock towers throughout Sedona. There are several hiking trails that run alongside Oak Creek and quite a few that are even good if you are with kids! Pushing a wheelchair or stroller is also possible on quite a few trails, which makes it a fun and easy day trip for the entire family!

We were blown away by the views at Slide Rock State Park. The rocks and boulders you're able to climb right along the shoreline of Oak Creek are gorgeous and really fun to climb. We hope to go back to visit in the summer sometime, as the water is a bit higher and makes for a great swim spot.

- Stephanie Holland, Director of Social Strategy

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triangle2021: Music with Momentum 🎧







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