Meet the Messagologist
I'm Meredith Portman of Portman Creative. I’m not a particle physicist. I’m not a neurosurgeon. I’m a messagologist.
I am a writer and video producer who creates messaging for clients in healthcare, education and industry, among others. I take what’s unique about you, develop content and put it out through the right avenue to reach your audience. So they understand your product or service and take some action. This could take the form of traditional advertising, social media, blogs, and videos.
A Few Lessons About Grease
A recent video I produced for a local water and sewer system taught me a lot about grease. The subject was proper grease disposal in restaurants to educate newly-hired employees. But it contains lessons for all of us.
While you’re cooking, grease is in liquid form. But if you pour grease down a sink, it’s eventually going to cool and harden, forming a clog somewhere down the line. This might surprise you if you had a mother like mine. She told me that you could pour grease down a sink as long as you ran hot water at the same time. Turns out, that’s false.
You may be thinking that compared to a restaurant, you produce a lot less grease. That’s true. But you still have your own sewer line to consider. So here’s a few grease disposal tips.