All Posts By: Emily Rieders

With her love for opportunities to motivate others, Emily helps the Rhyme and Reason team bring your ideas to life through her dedication to the client expereince.

Another ATL Dribbble Meet Up win!

The third time’s the charm! Another amazing ATL Dribbble event for the record books! For those of you not familiar with Dribbble (yes, that third b is intentional) it’s a social network where creative humans unite over their love of the wonderful world of graphic design, typography, illustration, web design and other creative mediums. Basically, […]

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Healthy Communities

The way we design for and build our communities affects both our physical and mental health. At R&R, our specialty is focusing on how to help communities market their amenities more effectively through beautiful designs and strategic outreach. From our experience, the areas that thrive tend to be the ones that create vibrant places where […]

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Community Impact Opportunities for 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Socks are fuzzier, lattes are pumpkin-ier and everyone is starting to think about their New Year’s resolutions. While you’re considering cleaning up your diet (love your body), committing to more reading time (love your mind) or just eating more chocolate (love yourself), 2018 will most certainly deliver […]

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#GivingTuesday: The power behind a hashtag

Since its inception in 2012, #GivingTuesday has proven to be a marketing success story time and time again. Following just four days after major Black Friday spending goes down, #GivingTuesday harnesses the power of social media and encourages people across the world to give back through charitable donations. This year’s Tuesday is expected to bring […]

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Meet Emily!

I’m Emily, and I’m thrilled to be joining the R&R team as an account executive! I recently moved up to Atlanta from the Sunshine State, where I honed my skill and passion for serving the fraternity and sorority community on a chapter, national and international level. In fact, I first started working with Rhyme & […]

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