Dallas Market Center Launches "Know It All" Blog

DALLAS-Dallas Market Center has launched its first blog, Know It All, on its website, found at dallasmarketcenter.com/blogs. Through the new blog the DMC will share retail and business tips, product features, trends, expert advice, inspiration, industry information and more.

"Our blog extends our brand and reaches our customers in an entirely new way," said Cindy Morris, COO, Dallas Market Center. "We are currently reaching more than 10,500 customers through our social media channels and our blog will help increase that audience. Our goal is for Know It All to become the go-to source for the most up-to-date industry information. It is an extension of our commitment to digital communications for our customers."

Members from different departments of the Dallas Market Center staff, including public relations, event planning, retail relations, human resources and sales, will contribute to the blog, as will industry experts, fashion and product designers and seminar speakers. Posts are presented in a fun, casual way that reflects Dallas Market Center's "You Can't Miss Red" voice already found throughout its communications. Readers of Know It All are encouraged to leave comments, share posts and further the conversation within the blog.

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