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Amy Tibbals amy@cityhomeCOLLECTIVE.com 801.867.2343 Amy Tibbals is very personally connected to the COLLECTIVE. Her contribution runs left of the mainline; our singular weakness happens to find balance in her strength. An English degree lends a scrap of credibility, but her talent lies in marking up a paper until it bleeds with red. Such tendencies have led her to a position as our comprehensive copy editor, brand manager, and website admin. In spare times, she lobbies heavily against the use of such terms as ‘irregardless’ and ‘ginormous’. For a day's pay, she dolls up every last word we send into the world. In effect, she does for our content what we do for your space.
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