Jenn joined the Attraction staff in 2004 and has enjoyed bringing the “good news” to readers on the Mid-Shore. Each month she waves her magic wand and articles get written, copy is edited, photographs are taken, pages are laid out and the website gets updated. Jenn has been involved in CarePacks of Talbot County since 2013 and is currently on the board of Junior Achievement of the Eastern Shore. In her free time, Jenn enjoys watching her teen boys play baseball and perform music, gardening, reading and quilting. Contact Jennifer at email@example.com.
Allison joined the family business in 2013 after 15 years in the education field. She started out in Advertising Sales, became the Graphic Designer in 2016 and is now also the owner of the magazine. She is proud to carry on Richard’s legacy of providing a valuable asset to our community. Allison also loves being able to use her creative side as the graphic designer and is always excited to see the finished product in print. In her free time, Allison enjoys sailing, running, craft beer and cheering for the Washington Capitals! Contact Allison at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 410-299-5909.
Director of Marketing
Emily recently joined the Attraction team after 12 years in the nonprofit development field. An avid fan of Attraction magazine in her previous roles with The Gunston School and Habitat Choptank, she saw firsthand the value and impact of Attraction in local communities. She brings with her years of relationship building, public relations and marketing skills. In her free time, Emily enjoys reading, paddle boarding, running, playing golf and watching Alabama football. Contact Emily at 205-223-3882 or email@example.com.
We are picky eaters. Not picky in a childlike sense, with crossed arms and a petulant frown, refusing to sample new and original dishes. But we can be persnickety and we’re not one bit remorseful. When we dine, we try not to be overly critical just to have something to say, but we do have certain expectations when it comes to quality, service and value. If we’re going to spend our hard-earned Benjamins in a local dining establishment, we’d like a beautiful meal done well. Service with a smile goes a long way with us too, not to mention a heartfelt “Sorry!” when things go wrong, as they inevitably will from time to time. Over the next few months, we’re going to be sampling some of the region’s fare and we’ll share our insights with you. And since we don’t identify ourselves to the chef or staff of a restaurant, it pays to treat every diner as a Picky Eater.