Legacy Ink Design – We are More Than T-Shirts!

As an emerging entrepreneur, I am better understanding the merchandising side of marketing.  And, as a black woman, I am all about being intentional with your legacy.   And it all can start with a brand and a t-shirt.  There is so much opportunity in building a recognizable brand and selling a t-shirt, y’all.  That’s why we are featuring Legacy Ink Design located at 727 S. Church Street in Murfreesboro, TN on the blog.  Legacy Ink Design has partnered with so many of our favorite entrepreneurs and creative brands. Their clients range from colleges and universities (MTSU, TSU), local eateries (Slim and Husky’s), independent brands (Trap Garden), and media brands (Protect the Culture, and 101 the Beat). Add The Scenario Radio Show to the list of clients, as we were very pleased with the T-shirts we received for our first the ‘Scenario Radio Show Live’ event last week, in exchange for this blog post.  

Legacy Ink is without a doubt so much more than t-shirts.  Today on the blog, we talk merchandising with the Murfreesboro location and local face  Legacy Ink Design.  As always, my opinions are those of my own.   

Read on about the family at Legacy Ink Design.

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Business Communications at Tennessee State University

I am not sure if I mentioned it in my social media feeds, but I have been preparing to present to a business communications class at Tennessee State University.  Well, today was the day.  I could hardly sleep last night as I was shocked out of my mind from THE WALKING DEAD season 7 premiere!!!!!!!

AND being  anxious/excited to speak with adults in a classroom setting, which I knew would be the complete opposite of my visit at Antioch Middle Prep School last week.

I’ve been battling sinuses all weekend but this was another event I couldn’t miss. So I grabbed my Claritin, a box of tissue, a cup of coffee, and headed on up to the land of golden sunshine, downtown campus.

Eric Capehart facilitated the conversation and I provided real life experiences around the process of communicating an idea, and the traditional style of writing versus blogging.  I then spoke to my experiences around how to maximize social media, and  honesty and integrity online.  I finally facilitated a few questions.  From the conversations during class, it was clear to see there were quite a few budding entrepreneurial minds.  A few of them spoke with me after class and we made connections on social media.  How cool is that?  But truly, that’s how my mind is beginning to work!

The main idea I conveyed were my thoughts on communication in today’s new age (social media style).  Who would have known that something as simple as an idea of launching a blog would turn into a medium by which I am now being invited to provide my perspective on the subject? Who knew?!  I’m so proud of myself and excited about the future I am creating. And I can definitely see myself building out lectures and speaking topics as I begin to develop my blogging career.

Thanks to Eric Capehart for inviting to speak to your business communications course at Tennessee State University!

Thanks to the students for their participation and engagement!

Thanks to you for reading!

Yours Truly,


Karla is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a degree in Sociology, and is currently pursuing a Masters in Business Administration from Bethel University. She is a Nashville Native and Lifestyle Blogger; a Free Spirit, and a Music Lover. To subscribe to her monthly newsletter click here.  She can be reached via email: karla@nashvillesocialbutterfly.com

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