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Sneha

Sneha is a content developer and SEO executive for SmartSign. Her strengths include producing technical, in-depth, industry-specific content for all to marvel at. An alumnus of Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Sneha received her Master’s degree in English Journalism in New Delhi, India. Prior to her Masters, she studied Biotechnology. And officially, she's an in-house nerd. From her previous company, she brings with her a rich experience of leading team of expert review writers.

Her penchant for digital archeology (sifting Google for hours to dig up facts that make up this world) is matched only by her love for graphs and pie charts. She believes that learning has no finish line. Sneha’s quick wit, humility, and cheerfulness make her a great person (and an awesome co-worker)!

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Brand your store’s parking lot!

Brand your store’s parking lot!

| April 25, 2017

Unauthorized parking is a constant annoyance for retailers, because unwanted people take up parking spots that customers might use. But MyParkingSign has a solution that can help: retailer parking signs with your business’ branding and logo! Highlight your parking and mark parking spots for your customers with our line of Retailer Chain Signs. Pre-printed with […]

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The ugly truth behind Boston’s tradition of space savers

The ugly truth behind Boston’s tradition of space savers

| November 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

In Boston, there is a tradition-turned-rule that if you shovel a parking space after a blizzard, you can own it merely by placing a “space saver” there. From trash barrels, coolers, tables, grandfather clocks, shopping carts, beach chairs, potted plants, and floor waxer to traffic cones, broken microwaves and even old television sets in wooden […]

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The evolution of valet parking

The evolution of valet parking

| September 16, 2013

What got off the ground as a luxury for only the richest of the rich, valet parking has become an unrestricted service accessible to many. These days, it’s common in many public places like airports, health clubs, hospitals, and even cinemas. So how did the humble valet make his (or her) way from the aristocratic […]

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New parking meters in Boise will make drivers park on their own time

New parking meters in Boise will make drivers park on their own time

| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

One of the many wonderful things that can happen when prowling for parking is finding a spot that still has money left in the parking meter. Not having to pay for that little extra time gives everyone a reason to cheer, except the government of course. The city of Boise, Idaho is introducing new parking […]

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