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Raise Your Hand

Posted on: February 25, 2009

Molly wrote a few days ago about proofing content for the NASE’s member magazine, Self-Employed. I agree with her that it’s one of my favorite aspects of the job, too. (A lot of associations outsource their magazines to custom publishers, so they don’t really have a say in what articles are printed or ads are run. But the NASE has fiercely maintained control over it’s magazine since we started it 21 years ago.  (And anyone trying to send it to a custom publisher will have to arm wrestle me, first!)

In May’s issue, we have a really cool member profile. NASE Member Chris Lashua owns Wheelworks Arts in Las Vegas. When we asked him to describe his business, he used words like “contraptions” and “widget” and “acrobatics.” Oh, I can’t wait for the pictures!

We’re always looking for members to feature in the magazine – either in our Q&A, back-page profile, or through an interview in our cover story.  Your business doesn’t have to be as creative as Chris’s to be considered, either!

Just answer a few questions about yourself and your business, your concerns and your interests. Visit, and use the Quick Link box on the homepage. Enter “publicity.” You’ll need to log into your MyNASE account (easy to do if you don’t have an account yet – just enter in your NASE Member number and an e-mail address) to complete the online form.

I’m anxious to hear about your business!


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