It was three years ago that we launched Town and Country – Manchester
Patch and now it’s time to say “goodbye.”
Tuesday, Oct. 15 will me my last day with Patch and I just wanted to
say, “It’s been an awesome
It’s been crazy at times, but this job gave me the
opportunity to meet some truly amazing people and work with the most creative
and professional team. In addition to practicing the journalism and writing I love, Patch also taught me how to build a business from the
ground up and gave me the opportunity to explore two amazing communities.
Unfortunately, Aol made the decision to cut the St. Louis area Patch websites as part of a company wide transition that’s taken place over the last few months. Although Patch editors will no longer be on hand in St. Louis to run the sites, the sites will remain up for an undetermined amount of time so bloggers and community members can continue to post items and use them as a community resource.
With our last few days upon us, I just wanted to take the time to thank the community leaders, business owners and residents of Town and Country and Manchester for helping grow Patch. You also helped make this one of the best jobs I’ve ever had!
Although you won’t be able to
find me on Patch after October 15, you are welcome to reach out to me on
Linkedin with any questions.
Thanks for making my last
three years challenging, exciting, unpredictable and awesome!
You stay classy Town and Country and Manchester! (I think most of you got that:)