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AAA is a member-driven, service-oriented organization that offers many different travel-related services. Emergency Road Service is our #1 service, and in 2017, we responded to nearly 98,000 member service calls. AAA members receive special pricing at our travel store, complimentary travel guides and maps, discounts at over 120,000 merchant locations across the country, and free identity theft monitoring. AAA Minneapolis also operates an independent insurance agency, award-winning travel agency, provides motor vehicle license services and offers teen and senior driver programs.
AAA offers so much more than you expect—as 58 million Americans can attest. To experience all the benefits of membership, stop by our St. Louis Park headquarters or visit a branch office in Edina, Minnetonka, Maple Grove, Eden Prairie or Downtown Minneapolis, or visit us online at www.AAA.com.
Local Media Association is a regional and national publisher of intelligent, attractive and engaging books, magazines, media and events that appeal to targeted audiences of readers who seek quality editorial content and design.
Whenever a reader or client picks up one of our titles, they immediately recognize it as a Tiger Oak product – from the feel of the paper to its design and writing. Tiger Oak’s commitment to quality is evident in everything we do, and how we conduct ourselves in the marketplace and with our clients. Our magazines, books, events and online products work together to maintain and deliver a consistent image and brand identity that attracts and retains readers, and delivers results for our advertisers.
Minnesota Monthly is the region’s most widely circulated lifestyle magazine reporting on key issues such as politics, education and health care, while also known as a resource for local entertainment, travel, arts and dining. Watch for Minnesota Monthly food and lifestyle editors on Twin Cities Live each month.
Mpls.St.Paul Magazine, your go-to guide for all the good stuff in the Twin Cities, featuring monthly tips on the latest restaurants, boutiques, salons, and arts happenings; as well as dish on movers and shakers and other fascinating local characters. Find Mpls.St.Paul Magazine on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Privileged Model Management provides many of the models seen on TWIN CITIES LIVE.
They represent commercial print, fashion and on camera talent of all ages. Celebrity clients include: The Worlds 1st Supermodel and Former Judge on Americas Next Top Model, Miss Janice Dickinson. They are also proud members of the BBB and TMA (Talent Managers Association). National campaigns have included Abercrombie & Fitch, Gap, Claire’s and more.
For additional details, log onto their website or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reflect styles Elizabeth Ries, Kelli Hanson and Kristin Haubrich. The Reflect family of salons was started in 1979 with a single storefront. Today they have three locations in the Twin Cities: Plymouth, Maple Grove and Minnetonka inside Ridgedale Mall. They offer salon services at each location in addition to spa services at Plymouth. They hire their employees and offer excellent benefit packages which means no one is competing for your business. Instead, they are a committed, highly-educated, warm staff ready to welcome you. Book your appointment today at https://reflect.salon/
Located in Downtown Hopkins, Stages Theatre Company is one of the largest nonprofit theater producers in Minnesota and one of the largest professional theatres for young audiences in the country. Each year, we reach over 140,000 young people throughout our programming, education, main stage productions, residencies, and outreach.
For more than 30 years, the theater has significantly broadened its reach and scope, involving young people in the theatre arts through opportunities on stage, backstage, in the audience and in the classroom.
Today, Stages Theatre Company is recognized as a leader in theatre, education and production programming for children and young adults, and has received a number of regional and national awards and grants. The National Endowment for the Arts supports its work, awarding grants for both productions and school outreach programming. STC was the recipient of the 2001 Award for Arts Organization Excellence in Educational Programming from the Minnesota Alliance for Arts in Education; in 2004, the editors of MPLS.ST.PAUL Magazine selected STC as the “Best Kid’s Theater” in the Twin Cities; in 2008, Minnesota Parent Magazine voters chose STC as “Best Children’s Theatre” and in 2009 STC was awarded “Nonprofit of the Year.”
As Stages Theatre Company continues to grow, maintaining and developing a strong base of well-trained, committed volunteers has become increasingly important. If you would like information about volunteering at Stages Theatre Company, please contact Volunteer Coordinator Matt Ouren at (952) 979-1112 or via email.