After months of COVID-19 becoming a part of our lives, the world is still adapting to this new reality. Restaurants are social distancing, employees continue to work from home, and new technology is developing to connect people from afar. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is spreading the word by featuring multiple “digital destinations,” one being our client Topeka.

Their feature on Topeka discusses their “Hang Sessions” which allow artists to make money from home through virtual experiences. These 15-45-minute video chats span from songwriting sessions to drum clinics, serenades + more. They also got to talk with Topeka’s founder, Andy Levine, on his background and why he’s so invested in creating a space for meaningful connections.

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