Singing in the Rain

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If April showers bring May flowers, what do March storms bring? As you ponder that question, it’s safe to say that we all are used to the rite of passage each spring as the skies open and rain falls down, paving the way for all of spring’s colorful rebirth. Unless rain is a daily way of life in the Northwest, you have to keep an eye on the sky and plan ahead to ensure you stay dry, no matter what your daily schedule entails.

Just like the Scouting motto teaches everyone to Be Prepared, that concept is certainly a lesson to learn for the spring weather season. While storms are not as apt to “pop up” without much notice in the spring as they do in the summer months, you don’t always know the details of when downpours will hit. So be prepared with a light weight rain jacket that is easy to tote around while you go about your daily routine.

Spring also signals the start of golfing season. Golf fans from around the globe turn their eyes to Augusta, Georgia each spring to watch another rite of spring, The Masters. As fans watch professional golfers pursue that elusive Green Jacket, they also begin to think about hitting the links themselves. It’s the time of year that courses across the country begin to watch fairways green back up from winter’s dullness. Tee times begin to be penciled in on business calendars from coast to coast. Don’t miss the chance to tee off your branding initiatives for the year with our complete lineup of promotional umbrellas.

As spring is in the process of, well…springing, rest assured that with proper preparation, you won’t be singing the blues but instead, you’ll definitely be singing in the rain!

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Since 2005, Leah was introduced to Internet Marketing and has been actively involved in this study ever since. As Social Media Strategist and Editor for, she understands the needs of sharing useful information to establish and build a community that can grow together. Leah is available for consulting and speaking engagements. Connect @leahfairman or

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