Showing posts from June, 2019

Swag Bags - Do You Have Your ETA Swag Yet?

The concept of a Swag Bag was initially discussed at a Marketing Margarita Thursday at El Paso in Mandeville, LA; between Jacob Stagray and Devin Reeson. The concept of brand “Swag Bags” full of unique Evolution Through the Ages merchandise would be assembled for giveaways to our fans and social media audience members.The term arose because swagis the stuff in thebagsfor plunderers alike. 
     This idea, as previously referenced began with a simple conversation.  The conversation began by discussing potential for additional merchandise for the company.  Items that were discussed during this initial conversation included:  Refrigerator magnets, re-usable cloth bags, hand sanitizers, car decal/magnets.
     It was brought up that although Jacob Stagray (CEO) would love to have additional ETA products with the company's trademarked brand; aiding to continue to establish the company's overall brand exposure.  However, Jacob believed the company still had an ample reserve of previo…

Micro Creatures Compilation from Evolution Through the Ages

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Orphaned Squirrel Rehabilitation Series: Part 1

Squirrel Rehabilitation Series: 
Part 1 - Is this Squirrel Truly an Orphan?  

    As many of you know from our posts early in the year, in 2018 Evolution Through the Ages CEO (Jacob Stagray) was responsible for the successful rehabilitation of a 3-week-old baby squirrel.  This process was extremely intricate and required an exorbitant amount of energy and focused commitment. Although this process required ample time and energy, t’was an exceptionally worthwhile and rewarding experience; however, if not performed properly, rehabilitations of baby squirrels can have deeply saddening and traumatic results (baby squirrel death). For this reason, when I began my squirrel rehabilitation endeavors, I began by scouring Google to find articles on the most effective process to ensure squirrel survival.  The following was my primary resource for educating myself in proper care techniques for orphaned squirrels:
 This is an exceptional article that…