We hope your 2015 is off to a good start! This month we're celebrating acts of kindness throughout the world with our #Delightfulworld social activism campaign on Instagram. Know a person who gives back year-round? Do they share their experiences on Instagram? If so, use the hashtag #Delightfulworld and we'll share it with our followers!

Here's what else is new here at Medley:


           Journey to Entrepreneurship

"I was so happy to inspire others and I knew I always wanted to be a business owner, so I combined my passions and created my first company, Get Fit or Get Fat, a fitness apparel and online community, which motivates over 25,000 people to-date, collectively through social media platforms, to stay motivated to their fitness and health goal."


- Iriel Franklin founder of Get Fit or Get Fat in

WALIPP Preparatory Academy on Fox 26


WALIPP Academy's, Dr. Marthea Raney and Mr. Brent Thomas, sit down with Fox News to discuss the value of providing substantial support to young African American males.


Click here to check it out!


Memorial Park Tomorrow


Have you visited the Memorial Park Master Plan website yet? With your help, the park will be enhanced with more parking, more bike and running trails, a rugby pitch and additional green spaces.

Visit www.memorialparktomorrow.org for details and RSVP at info@medley-inc.com join us for the final planning meeting on March 9.  



   How to sell the story, not the promotion on Facebook 

Even if you have a compelling offer, keep in mind people turn to News Feed for interesting stories, family photos, funny videos, important headlines-and not heavy-handed sales language.

  • Attract customers with a tasteful message
  • Avoid the hard sell (using ALL CAPS, % OFF, SALE!)
The better you can tell a story, the more people will love your posts.



   The Mommie Series: Blending Serious Expertise and High-End Shopping in Seminars for Mothers

"Misti Pace-Krahl had an idea. The successful, accomplished mothers she knew didn't have all they needed, she thought.They excelled at their jobs, their philanthropies, running their households. But they lacked a central source for cutting edge health information, fashion and business trendsetters, and other important instruction. Why not, Pace-Krahl decided, create a kind of concierge service for mothers - of the sort she had once provided to the wealthy of Dallas and Houston?

The result was The Mommie Series, quarterly seminars aimed at fast-track moms determined to care for their bodies and minds as meticulously as they care for those of their children."  

  - The Montrose District 

Join us for the Spring Edition of The Mommy Series on February 4th! Our Presdident/CEO Ashley Small will share insight on Social Media and it's Impact on Youth.