Emmy’s blog featured in The Hook

Brent Finnegan -- December 18th, 2008

Emmy, a longtime hburgnews contributor, is profiled in this week’s Tough Customer column of The Hook. Alan Zimmerman interviewed Emmy about I May Be Cheap, her blog about special deals.

… it’s local, created by Emmy Smith of Harrisonburg. And people might find the scale more approachable and comfortable than a large national site like consumerist.

8 Responses to “Emmy’s blog featured in The Hook”

  1. Congratulations, Emmy! I May Be Cheap is a great service to the community and one of my favorite local blogs.

  2. Marty says:

    Good work, Emmy! Congratulations!

  3. Christa says:

    I just read the article!! Well done, my friend!! Great article!!

  4. Watchman says:

    Proud of you Emmy!!!

  5. linz says:

    Very cool! I frequently find deals I like on Emmy’s blog.

  6. Emmy says:

    Thanks everyone!

  7. Emmy says:

    Oh and just in case my boss reads this, he made it sound like I spend a lot of time updating at work…I promise I don’t!

  8. Renee says:

    Nice! Go Emmy :)

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