The day began in historic Deep Ellum with 13 amazing learning sessions ranging from cooking, dance, guitar, improv and painting to golf, design, film & tv, presentation skills and smartphone photography — each led by distinguished subject matter experts such as Brand on Murphy, Tim Hart, Dave Mead, and Julie Gothard.
Other sessions like “Tech & Tacos” featured tasty grub courtesy of Fuzzy’s while TMA’ers chatted with super savvy tech CEOs about the latest and greatest, including some up-and -coming social apps like Crowdtilt.
Happy BDay #TMA20 today! Today we get to paint, dance, play bar games (flip cup master!), golf, TV & film, see Bon Jovi live, eat, laugh!
— Renee In Dallas (@ReneeInDallas) October 16, 2013
And our final Spark of the day culminated with the entire TMA gang heading to American Airlines Center for a Bon Jovi concert.
View more photos and videos from the Sparks event at party.themarketingarm.com.
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In 20 years, much has been achieved. 28-year-old Ray Clark founded TMA in 1993 with just a hand ful of ambitious young consultants, and is today present in two countries and employing over 450 highly-qualified staff.
TMA is proud of the experience it has built over the years and is more than ever looking forward to the future with enthusiasm, energy and confidence.
This success would not have been achieved without the contribution of each of our employees and the excellent relations built with our partners and clients.
Thank you and cheers to the next 20 years!