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Hey look! It's Austin the intern! He survived another week!

By: Austin Czisny-- 2014-07-11 10:00 am --

Hello!

This past week at DollarDays has been another great one! Things have slowed down a bit since the new website launch but there is still plenty to do. I've been working hard to maintain the social media properties as well as creating databases for our business development division. I have enjoyed every minute here at DollarDays. I am hoping to continue growing our social media presence and contribute anywhere I can in the office.

Outside of the office, I have been playing lots of box and outdoor lacrosse. Lacrosse is a major passion in my life and I am glad I get to play as much as I do here (even though it's like 107 degrees every day!). Currently, the Lacrosse World Championships are being held in Denver. This event only happens every four years and I am very excited to see all the great games and hopefully see the United States bring home their 10th Gold Medal.

Also, I recently started to read the book, Flags of our Fathers, by James Bradley and Ron Powers. This book takes an in depth look into the men who were raising the American flag in the famous photograph taken on Iwo Jima. The book is absolutely captivating and once I start reading, I have a hard time putting it down! Did you know Hollywood made it into a movie in 2006? Yes, it's that good!

I also had a fantastic 4th of July in Cincinnati where I got to see a lot of my lacrosse teammates and got to see the Milwaukee Brewers play (they beat the Reds!).

The new website has been working phenomenally and I am glad that I had the opportunity to witness some of the work that goes into a new site. I learned a ton from everyone here about what goes into a new website and the different metrics that are used to measure the success of a website. I am excited for the next few weeks and am dreading leaving at the end of summer. I know I will learn a lot more in my remaining time here.

Regards,

Austin