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500 Reviews Later: We're Halfway to our Goal!

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 22, 2013  |  Comments

Fresh after our East Coast launch, deafREVIEW hit its second milestone last week – 500 business reviews since our launch in Seattle. Chalk it up to the combined powers of our awesome West and East Coast reviewers.

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Eastward, Ho! deafREVIEW Launches in NYC, Rochester, and Metro D.C. Today

Posted by: Staff Writer on April 1, 2013  |  Comments

It's no April Fool's joke. After much social media buzz, voting, and feedback, the verdict is in: deafREVIEW has opened its review platform in not one, not two, but three bustling cities on the East Coast today. That's right -- all three cities have such good review potential, we couldn't simply pick one! If you live in or have visited Washington, D.C., New York City, or Rochester, you can now write consumer reviews about local businesses you frequent. Don't live directly within the city? No problem: You can write reviews within a 60-mile radius of the three major city hubs.

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Get Ready, Get Set ... deafREVIEW Launches In California!

Posted by: Staff Writer on Oct. 7, 2012  |  Comments

California Here I Come” is not just an Al Johnson song – it’s deafREVIEW’s next mission. Today, with the click of a button, we’re heading to the sun-kissed land of Hollywood, The Grateful Dead and Route 66. Starting today, residents of San Francisco, Fremont, San Diego, Los Angeles, and surrounding areas can share their opinions about the deaf-friendliness of businesses they frequent.

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Deaf-Friendly Showcase: Salon of Shame, Seattle

Posted by: Staff Writer on July 23, 2012  |  Comments

If you had to write a recipe for cathartic comedy, it may look like this: Adolescence, 3-ringed notebooks, beer … and sign language. This is the winning formula Ariel Meadow Stallings created in 2005. Ask her some of the ASL she’s learned as the founder of Salon of Shame, and she’s not shy to dish. Topics ranging from hormonal urges to wine coolers are fair game as courageous locals bare their teen souls on-stage.

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deafREVIEW is Going to DeafNation World Expo 2012!

Posted by: Staff Writer on July 2, 2012  |  Comments

Ah, Vegas, the land of sin, marrying someone you just met, betting the farm with high rollers, feathered high-kicking showgirls, CIRCUS CIRCUS, and … DeafNation World Expo 2012!

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100 Reviews Later: Why You Should Write deafREVIEWS

Posted by: Staff Writer on June 26, 2012  |  Comments

Are you still a “review virgin”? Last week, on deafREVIEW, we hit our first milestone – 100 business reviews since our launch – and want to thank the 20+ reviewers who have contributed! As these reviewers know, writing your very first deafREVIEW may feel scary, but very rewarding.

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Reviews by Advocates & Champions

Jane

Jane

Atwater Street Tacos

After we went kayaking right on the property, we had lunch there.   We noticed a ...

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a mains levee

Buddha Bruddah

Wonderful customer service! Wrote several notes letting us know how to identify different spices by number ...

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Lisa H.

Lisa H.

Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center

I had an amazing time during the DWU which was held at the Tempe Mission Palms ...

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Chuck Forbes

Chuck Forbes

PHH Mortgage

If I could give them a negative number of stars I would. This is the company ...

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