Evan Garber – Snapchat Influencer

12 06 2015

For those who know me, we’re very proud of what our son Evan ( @emgarber ) is doing with his art, story Telling and Snapchat.

Evan was just featured on Creators Class with Nick Robinson and Nick Cicero. You can listen to the podcast here titled Evan Garber – Snapchat Influencer. http://creatorsclass.com/evan-garber-snapchat-influencer/

You can also learn more about Evan by following him on Snapchat and all of his social network platforms including:
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/SnapchatEmgarber?fref=ts
Twitter – https://twitter.com/emgarbersnaps
Instagram – @emgarber
Google+ – https://plus.google.com/u/0/+EvanGarber/posts
Tumbler – http://emgarber.tumblr.com/
and other’s, search on EMGARBER

Also, to learn more about The Creators Class Follow @NickCicero and subscribe to his podcast CREATORS CLASS with Nick Robinson and Nick Cicero here is the link: http://creatorsclass.com/ 

Snapchat Influencer

Snapchat Influencer

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

1 06 2015

My visit to The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Tim Jones The Balladeer Thank You for the Music CD

1 06 2015

I’ve meet a lot of people on the inter-webs over the years and one of my best friends is Tim Jones.

Tim just sent me his lasted release CD call The Balladeer. Produced by Billy Lawson of Wishbone Studios, Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

Below is a little background about Tim. You can find out more about Tim and connect with him on many of his social networks by visiting his web site http://timjonesthemusic.com/

Thank you very much for the CD Tim!

Your friend,


Mass Cruisers Auto Club Patriots Place Gillette Stadium Bass Pro Shops

1 06 2015

Join the Mass Cruisers Auto Club every other Thursday from April – October for free and exciting Cruise Nights!

Located right outside Bass Pro Shops and Patriot Place, a convenient free shuttle service between Bass Pro Shops and the South and North Marketplace is provided for your dining, shopping and entertainment convenience. The shuttle runs every 20 minutes from 4:00pm to 8:30pm with pickup locations at Bass Pro Shops, the South Marketplace at Christmas Tree Shops and the North Marketplace outside of Davio’s.

*Cruise dates are subject to change due to weather and/or conflicts with Gillette Stadium and New England Patriots Events.

So Start your engines and cruise down to Mass Cruisers for some great family fun!

To learn more please visit http://masscruisers.com

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary Florida, National Audubon Society

26 04 2015

Snapchat story on the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Florida, National Audubon Society.

If you missed my Snapchat story on the Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary in Florida, you can watch it here.

Why is it called Corkscrew Swamp?

Back in the olden days when they used to come up out of the salt water into what is now know as the Imperial River to get fresh water for their boats — they didn’t have any wells in those days — they’d have to take a cask and come up into the headwaters of that creek to get the fresh rain water, and it was so twisty that they called it Corkscrew Creek, or Corkscrew River, at that time. Actually, the headwaters of that was what is now known as Corkscrew Swamp.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is a National Audubon Society sanctuary located in southwest Florida, north of Naples, Florida and east of Bonita Springs, in the United States. The sanctuary was established to protect one of the largest remaining stands of bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) and pond cypress (T. ascendens) in North America from extensive logging that was ongoing throughout the 1940s and 50s.

The Corkscrew Cypress Rookery Association was formed in 1954 to protect the area. The National Audubon Society accepted responsibility for management and started constructing the first boardwalk through the swamp in 1955. In all, nearly 45 square kilometres (17 sq mi) of wetland was purchased or donated (most from or by the owners, Lee Tidewater Cypress Center Co. and Collier Enterprises).


Tokyo Japan Cherry Blossoms Sky Treetower and More

12 04 2015

I had the opportunity to visit Japan and created some Snapchat stories along the way. If you missed them you can watch the highlights here.

We visited the Cherry Blossoms as they were just on the other side of peak and got some interesting photos. We visited The Skytree Tower, Central Tokyo for an interesting photo walk, a Samurai village, visited some friends including one of Japans most famous wood craftsman for carving wood hawks or eagles, I also visited a whisky distillery with friends about a 2 1/2 hour ride each way from where I was staying. Had a lot of great food and green tea every day.

Meet new friends everywhere and spent some time with my friend Candy Javier Sakai who I meet on Google+. She was nice enough to hangout with me and be my personal tour guide and friend. We had so much fun.

I hope you enjoy this adventure, and thank you for commenting, liking and plus 1ing my posts. It made sharing much more fun knowing you’re watching.

All the best.

– Bruce

BMM Boston Media Makers 10th year Anniversary

31 01 2015

I tried a media marker experiment. I used Snapchat to create a Snapchat story consisting of photos and video clips. Withe permission from The Boston Media Host Stave Garfield I used his meeting roll call video and some photos shared by the group via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other platforms to create this short video.

Today it Boston Media Makers 10th Anniversary and we celebrated it with friends sharing similar interests over breakfast.

If your ever in or live the Boston area, Boston Media Makers meets the first Sunday of every month. We never cancel and the coffee is free.

To learm more about Boston Media Makers please visit http://BostonMediaMakers.com

We hope to meet you at a meeting soon.


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