Recent Posts by Blair McCuiston

 
Blair serves as Marketing Coordinator for Allbridge. She is responsible for day-to-day marketing activities, social media management, website development, and GUI creation. Before assuming this position, Blair held the position of Executive Assistant. Prior to joining Allbridge in January of 2019, she worked for WRAL-TV in Raleigh. Blair holds a Bachelor of Science in Communication & Electronic Media from Appalachian State University.
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One-Stop Shop | Allbridge + Arlo Hotels

Arlo NoMad, a trendy but comfortable boutique hotel in the Flatiron area of Manhattan, prides itself on the unique experience it provides to guests. Partway through construction of the Arlo NoMad and its sister hotel, Arlo SoHo, Allbridge was brought in to assist at a critical juncture in the business - to fix and complete work that a previous partner had begun and abandoned. Allbridge not only installed its high-speed Internet and hosted voice solutions, but assisted Arlo NoMad in completing the low-voltage design and cabling for the hotel.

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Allbridge: One Year Later

November 28, 2019 marked the one year anniversary of the announcement of Allbridge. Three industry leaders — Bulk TV & Internet, DCI Design Communications, and EthoStream — came together to form one unified company that now serves more than 1,000,000 rooms nationally.

We spoke with the Allbridge CEO, Dave O'Connell, to gain an insight on what led to the creation of the company and what the past year has been like. 

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A Million Tiny Details | Allbridge + PUBLIC Hotels

The PUBLIC Hotel is a 367-room Ian Schrager hotel in New York City, designed by award winning architects Herzog & DeMeuron with modern guest rooms, luxurious amenities, and jaw-dropping views of the city skyline.

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The Evolution of Senior Living Technology

 
Senior living communities have changed significantly over the last several years. Not only are seniors living longer—on average, a man who turns 65 today can expect to live to 84, and a woman who turns 65 today can expect to live to 86.5—but today’s seniors are also much more technologically proficient than their counterparts were a decade ago. More seniors are moving into communities with smartphones, tablets, laptops, and other wireless gadgets, and the number of devices will only increase as time goes on.
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