Clients Getting their Money’s Worth
Author: Katlyn Cotton
May 09, 2008
I’m not cheap.
But Norm Tyler in Ann Arbor is doing it right. Norm is the Director of the Eastern Michigan University Urban and Regional Planning Program. But for us in preservation he’s probably even better known as the author of Historic Preservation: An Introduction to Its Historic, Principles, and Practice probably the best, practioner oriented introduction to American preservation in print.
Norm is using this one day visit to Ann Arbor, Michigan on June 11th to hold a number of sessions at a number of venues to a number of different audiences. He has arranged newspaper and radio interviews. He has contacted regional preservation groups, university departments, local governments and individuals. He has raised money. And, in a first as far as I know, he’s created a web site specifically for this event. AND he’s using my day in Ann Arbor as a fund raising opportunity for historic preservation.
So potential clients, take note. You can’t get me cheap, but you can fully use the time you’re paying for. And I love every minute of it.