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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal Headcount change in past 24 months Company Name Sector Industry
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 May 29th, 2019 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 94 7.00 Open Newspapers May 29th, 2019 07:02PM May 29th, 2019 07:02PM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge. Open Open
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Mar 19th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 87 7.00 Open Newspapers Mar 18th, 2018 09:04PM Mar 18th, 2018 09:04PM Open
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.
private:memphisstreetnewspaperorganization 2977581 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM The Bridge: The Memphis Street Paper 84 7.00 Open Newspapers Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Modeled after successful street papers in major cities around the world such as Nashville, New York, and Washington D.C., The Bridge aims to raise awareness around issues of homelessness while providing a sustainable source of income to individuals with a personal experience of homelessness. The professionally printed twelve-page paper features artwork and content written largely by people with experiences of homelessness. Additional content is provided by a writing team of Rhodes students who have a commitment to service, led by community member Nathan Bishop and managed by Rhodes junior Caroline Ponseti. Unlike the traditional model of a street paper, which is run by a full-time staff, The Bridge is entirely student directed. The paper’s vendors are those who are homeless or who have been homeless and who are acting as independent contractors by purchasing the paper for a quarter each and then selling them to the larger community for one dollar each. Vendors receive training on how to sell the papers and get to keep 100 percent of the profit. Certified vendors can be identified by badges around their necks with the insignia of The Bridge.

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