Switchyards Downtown Club@switchyards

Creating B2C winners in Downtown Atlanta. We're huge on Twitter: @switchyards

http://switchyards.com/

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when it’s cold out, it’s nice to walk into a place with a hot cup of coffee waiting with your name on it.
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📷 @marcohernandez_

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tonight’s #madeinatlanta shirt is cooler than a polar bear’s toenails. last minute handiwork by @alternativeapparel & @dangerpress to get this one made less than a week after snow hit ground. 👊🏽 to @djbneezy1 for the tag line & @tavani for the design.

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work hard & be nice to people. oh, & happy belated birthday @camilaisabel23!

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startups are for all ages! that’s @karenoettl’s daughter beta testing netflix, a B2C startup. come back to SDC anytime, Clara.

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If they're not talking about you at work the next day, you failed. - @sisterlouisa
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📷 @michaelgluzman

PHO - Noodlebar
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The Doubletree Hotel’s trash is our treasure. While in a meeting on the 3rd floor this afternoon, we saw the old Doubletree letters being hauled off and thrown into the dumpster across the street. We brainstormed quickly what word we could spell and did some dumpster diving to pull them out. “Doer” sounds right. They need some TLC for prime time but things with a story usually have a soul. Once we get them up, we’ll always know where they came from and the story behind them.

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the cash is made with soul on time
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📷 @jason.seagle

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Congrats @glass_eyed_tigress! “Born in Georgia. Made in Atlanta.”

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Repost @fairliepoplar:
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Made With Snow... I mean, Made With Soul in Atlanta.

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It is well known that Atlanta developed as a city due to its strategic location at the crossing of major railroads, a switchyard. By the mid-1800s, three separate rail lines intersected in what is now Downtown. The intersection of commerce and transportation represents Atlanta’s identity, a place where goods and materials were exchanged and new businesses could benefit from its many railroads.

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