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ZCOMM CEO Risë Birnbaum’s Power Pad Featured In The Washington Post


Everything about the Watergate, the town within a city on the banks of the Potomac, was revolutionary when it was conceived five decades ago. The Watergate was the largest privately funded renewal project in Washington, DC – and the city’s first mixed-use project, not to mention its unique, European design.

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the now famous Watergate, the Washington Post featured apartments that have acquired some ‘Mad Men’ chic. Our CEO Risë Birnbaum’s power pad was one of those featured in the article.

We snapped some pictures the same day the Washington Post was there to capture the beautiful, modern interior of Risë’s renovated apartment inside the Watergate, with a fantastic view of the Potomac. Take a look at the article below, check out Risë’s sweet digs and help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic Watergate complex.

 

Check out the Washington Post article here and for a behind the scenes look at the Washington Post cover shoot, take a look at the pictures below!

 

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When Holiday Planning Goes South

We’re moving into the most wonderful time of the year (for ZCOMM clients, anyway)! Holiday planning can go sideways if you’re not prepared, and it seems to sneak up on you faster than a new season of the “Real Housewives.” Now’s the time to get ready! Here are some tips from our zteam to help to dominate the holidays! 1. Going, going, GONE! Inventory… Read more →

CRACKING THE BLOGGER CODE

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BY: JASMINE WALTON

In the world of PR, blogger outreach is one of the sharpest, new arrows in our quiver. Why? More laser-targeted impressions, which means the right reach. And it’s only natural that followers are more likely to trust a blogger’s word over a branded ad.Read more

Ruffled Feathers

Who wudda thunk it?  That Big Bird would become a political hot potato in the home stretch of presidential election season?  Only in America could that big, feathery, loveable symbol of childhood get caught in the crossfire. There’s no debating it, ever since Big Bird was named as a target for cost-cutting by Romney last week, the yellow guy has… Read more →

RUFFLED FEATHERS

Who wudda thunk it?  That Big Bird would become a political hot potato in the home stretch of presidential election season?  Only in America could that big, feathery, loveable symbol of childhood get caught in the crossfire. There’s no debating it, ever since Big Bird was named as a target for cost-cutting by Romney last week, the yellow guy has… Read more →

YouTube Generation

YouTube is blowing up and it is no surprise. Anyone can create an account and upload fun videos to gain attention. YouTube is quickly becoming a resource for people and brands to express themselves. There is more video content uploaded to YouTube in a 60 day period than the three major U.S. television networks created in 60 years. That is… Read more →

YOUTUBE GENERATION

YouTube is blowing up and it is no surprise. Anyone can create an account and upload fun videos to gain attention. YouTube is quickly becoming a resource for people and brands to express themselves. There is more video content uploaded to YouTube in a 60 day period than the three major U.S. television networks created in 60 years. That is… Read more →