The Full Corn Moon
September’s Corn Moon refers to the time of year after the autumn equinox when crops were gathered by Native Americans. Corn, pumpkins, squash, beans, and wild rice are the chief Native American staples that were ready for gathering. September’s most familiar moon name however is harvest moon, referring to this full moon’s particularly bright appearance and early rise, which lets farmers continue harvesting into the night.
18th #FullMoonEngageMe Schedule
Our free event will start on Saturday the 26th of September 2015 at +/- 07:00 UTCand will last until Wednesday the 30th at +/- 24:00 in HERE.
Anything special or different in this 18th edition?
Yes! Since last month, Empire Avenue became Empire.Kred including new domain and new look. If two years ago I said that we all had kred somewhere, Kred now says that the score was just the tip of the iceberg…
I am new…
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Today’s highlighted Player is (e)walkergenes!!
They are highlighted in a lot of Social media posts, too.
Congratulate them, buy shares in them, connect with them, run more missions for them – this is a great honor**
The winners will be chosen randomly every day or so from the eligible new members in the Welcome Wagon group.
The prize is—
A million eave gift mission
A blog post featuring the player and lots of mentions on Social Media!
Inclusion in a weekly blog post on the Empire Avenue official blog site.
You must have joined Empire Avenue in the last three months
You must have at least one active social media account attached to your profile
You need to be a member of the Welcome Wagon forum – right here!
You will have made at least one post or answered a question the the forum.
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How to Increase Your Share Price & Dividends This short animated video shows Empire Avenue users how to increase their share price. Updated: 9/6/2014
Source: Share Price and Dividends
This month marks the six-year anniversary of when two friends (Niall Brown, Mike Mannion) and I started a company called Empire Avenue. In those days we had multiple names for the code base, Project Venice being the most used due to the Merchant of Venice. Very quickly our small threesome filled out with many more wonderful people in no particular order: Craig Miller, Aaron White, Mike Grills, Ric Williams, Brad Grier, Robert Kallir, Niketh Pareek, Todd Derechey, Brent Knowles, Narsimham Chelluri, Dmitri Didorenko, Nour Kawa, Nithum Thain, Ray Lambe, Nicholas Hovencamp and Tom Ohle. We were supported by a whole cast of wonderful investors, a great Board of Directors, our friends and family and of course last, and certainly not least: the community and customers that we built from people around the world.
It’s not exactly been private news, but I wanted to wait on the the visible changes that I knew were…
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