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Casey Brazeal is a Chicago Writer whose work has appeared in Extra and New City Newspapers.
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Casey Brazeal is a Chicago-based writer. His background includes time as a reporter with a weekly column for Extra Newspaper in Chicago. He’s also published news stories and interviews for New City Newspaper, Vócalo Radio and Site Sketch 101. In his previous life as a Content Strategist, Casey wrote social media content, website copy, and advertising communications for a number of clients including Rotary International, Coca-Cola and The Chicago Wolves. He’s an experienced marketer who previously worked at Quorn Foods as their Brand Manager where he led their innovation team, managing sales professionals, food scientists and marketing for all new products in the U.S. working in partnership with Whole Foods, Wal-mart and Kroger. Casey has a proven track record of uncovering customer insights. Casey has a Bachelor of Arts Philosophy with a Minor in History.

Recent Posts

14 hours ago
Cheyenne Plaza LLC asked to have the bus stop near their property removed and the Cheyenne Transit Program obliged.
Wyoming Tribune Eagle
18 hours ago
Even as extensions to the Gold Line and Measure S seem to paint a brighter future for public transit in Los Angeles, commuters continue to use less public transit, especially buses.
Los Angeles Times
2 days ago
Solo drivers are down and transit commuters are up in Seattle.
The Seattle Times
3 days ago
Citing problems with the raised lanes on Market Street, the city walks back plan for raised bike lane on Polk.
CityLab
4 days ago
A $32 million infrastructure project in downtown Chicago to create dedicated bus lanes and improve bus shelters is done, but the city of Chicago and its police are not enforcing the laws they made to make that system run.
NBC Chicago
4 days ago
To avoid accidents and conserve fuel, UPS trucks sometimes take circuitous routes on their deliveries, avoiding left turns.
Quartz
6 days ago
The United Center, which is home to the Chicago Bulls and Blackhawks, will get a new elevated train station.
Crain's
6 days ago
Amazon Go stores started in the ground floor of an Amazon office building. The company is trying other retail experiments, like a drive-up grocery store, in Seattle, where executives can watch the experiments up close.
The New York Times
February 15, 2017, 9am PST
"Buses should be cool!" transit advocates continue to yell into an uncaring oblivion.
Boston Globe
February 15, 2017, 8am PST
Seattle's bikeshare found itself in a negative feedback loop of low ridership, lean revenue, and limited facilities.
CityLab