“It’s not often you find yourself surrounded by strong and empowered business people who also overwhelmingly make the business man feel like a minority,” said Craig Lloyd, President of Glint Advertising. At a recent event held by “Women Influencing Business,” a group of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, our fearless leader was not only one of a handful of men in the room, but one of many influential business people.
We all work hard and rarely, hardly work, right? Glint is taking this to heart and has gone back to the core of our culture, work hard and play hard. Our recent bowling adventure brought our team together for an afternoon of camaraderie and fun.
You’ll often find us looking for any excuse to “costume” up and Open Channels Group, a PR firm in Fort Worth, Texas, indulged us with the opportunity to do just that. Their annual client event was nothing short of fantastic, and as you can see, Glint’s President, Craig Lloyd, willingly participated in adorning a new look.
On the afternoon of Wednesday, December 1, a plane touched down on the tarmac at DFW International Airport which bore witness to an unusual and spectacular display. Beside the runway stood several of Cowtown’s iconic longhorns, accompanied by a virtual “Who’s Who” of local leaders, including Fort Worth Mayor Mike Moncrief, American Airlines CEO, David Cush, and Fort Worth Chamber President and CEO, Bill Thornton, to name a few.