18 05, 2020

2D’s Diamond Celebration

In the wake of one of the most protracted recessions in US history, Trip Durham hung a shingle on May 4, 2010 that read “2D Consulting, LLC.” Ten years later, with a global pandemic at hand, Trip is filled with incredible enthusiasm about where our nation will be on the other side of these unusual times. When you visit the rest of the website, you’ll note the “Inspired by Relationships. Driven by Collaboration” statement on the home page. This is not just a bumper sticker slogan. This is the heart and soul of Trip’s personality. Quickly bouncing through the site, you’ll [...]

7 05, 2020

Working and Thinking Outside (the norm)

When I graduated Williams High School (NC) in June of 1986, my class rank was 144 of 288. The definition of “average,” academically, socially, and with just enough aspiration to put me in the middle of the pack. College was simply the next step for me, and I certainly had yet to think about the rest of my life. 34 years later, with miles of experiences behind me, I now find myself the description of “entrepreneur.” Dictionary.com interprets the meaning as, “a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.” In the [...]

9 12, 2015

Steamboat Springs Resort Taps Raymond Entertainment and 2D Consulting to Produce 2nd Annual Steamboat Mascot Stampede

Steamboat, CO (December 9, 2015) –  A collection of 20 NCAA Division I mascots will gather in Steamboat-Ski Town U.S.A® December 11-13 for an opportunity to receive continuing mascot education and to participate in friendly on-slope competitions with ample time for fan interaction. Steamboat Ski Resort in association with Raymond Entertainment Group (West Grove, PA) and 2D Consulting, LLC (Burlington, NC) once again host the Steamboat Mascot Stampede® providing student mascots an opportunity to hone their skills while meeting fellow student and professional mascots in a winter setting. The mascots scheduled to take part are: University of Arizona’s “Wilma”     [...]

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