It’s not enough that every day with Cleveland Business Connects is an
adventure. More often than not, you’ve got a front-row seat to the action.
I found that out last month during the Cleveland International Film
Festival, when my wife and I watched the CBC-sponsored flick, “Apron
Strings,” from Row 1.
This Friday at Progressive Field the CBC posse will enjoy an official
company day off by catching the Tribe’s home opener from smack behind the
Indians dugout. Unless one of us takes a line drive to the jaw, it just
doesn’t get any better than that.
The great thing is that this area — contrary to what many would have us
believe — has so many similar rewards to offer on a consistent basis. That’s
one reason CBC Magazine feels the need to always offer more value to its
readers … while delivering it with that same front-row impact.
Our latest initiative is taking its first breaths with these written words.
Welcome to the official CBC blog! And while you’re here, check out the
magazine’s revamped Web site. Yes, it was a long time coming.
What should you expect from this blog? Well, the last place you want to set
limits is a blog. So, anything goes, really. One post might be global. The
next might come straight out of my backyard. One post might be serious. The
next might be fluff. In any case, we want this space to be useful and
entertaining. We want you to come back. And most importantly, we want you to
So, please let us know what you think of our efforts. Let us know what you
think of the corporate scene in Cleveland. Heck, let us know what you think
of the Tribe’s World Series chances.
That’s what blogging is all about. Why settle for being close to the action
when you can be a part of it?