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Thanks for posing such great questions, Valeria! Edward's answers were very valuable and insightful for someone like me who works at a PR agency. One of my clients is Panera Bread of the Great Lakes Region, so I've seen firsthand how Mullen has helped launch Panera's social media efforts. I hope you do similar interviews in the future!

- Nikki, @EstrellaBella10

@Danny - it was good learning more about Mullen as well. Before I started reading Ed's blog, I did not know much about the agency. One of the reasons why I love this series is that it humanizes a business that is starting to become even more interesting.

@Canamgirl - thank you for stopping by.

@Diego - good hearing from you. Hope all is well in your world.

Well...that word "passion" captured my attention too, since I too feel that passion is the key for many things! Thanks for this interview Valeria!

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