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Hands on Pottery – A Case Study

Female Potter creating a bowl on a Potters wheel, the master potter helping her

Back in ancient times, potters handmade each piece of pottery using the coiling method. Can you imagine the time it took? Fast forward to the modern methods of today and the progress in technology. Today, artists can create more advanced designs, more precisely, and with less time.

For Michele Thara, owner of Hands On pottery, this is exactly what PlaceFull has done to help her manage her thriving studio.

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Amazing Art Studio – A Case Study

Amazing Art Studio has the largest locally-owned do-it-yourself art studio in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Join them to paint pottery, create mosaics, fuse glass, and paint canvases. They are ideal for events like birthday parties, bridal showers, baby showers, scouting events, team building, and just a little art therapy. 

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Redmond Basketball – A Case Study

Coach Lund had a camp to fill – PlaceFull had the Solution.

As summer vacation for the Lake Washington School District approached, Coach Lund knew that he needed to grow registration for his basketball summer camp. He needed a way to set his camp apart from other schools in the district, increase visibility to parents, and, ultimately, increase his campers. Continue reading

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SkyMania Trampolines – A Case Study

SkyMania Trampolines in Kirkland is one of the Seattle-area’s premier indoor trampoline parks. With over 2,000 square feet of jumping space, it’s great for: trampoline dodgeball, birthday parties, corporate parties, trampoline fitness, and more. SkyMania is the go-to spot in the region for fun. But even so, owner, Nancy Burritt, wanted to increase the bottom line and grow her profits. That’s when she called PlaceFull. Continue reading

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Northwest Aerials Gymnastics – A Case Study

For over 30 years, Northwest Aerials has been a success, turning out nationally-ranked gymnasts year after year. But running a world-class facility costs money, and they subsidize their programs with birthday parties, parents’ night out events, and camps. Even though those programs are successful, founder Patti Gable wanted to grow her bank account by getting even more bookings. Enter PlaceFull… Continue reading