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ADDING COLORS TO LIBERIA

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 One of the primary missions of GetCryztalClear is to make sure that all hard working Liberians receive the support and recognition they deserve. The work and contribution of every Liberian is important for the recovery of our nation. It is important that we all receive the support as we travel through these challenging times.
Saying thank you is not always enough to truly honor Liberia's newest generation of innovators. Their unique talents require that we support and recognize them. Today, GetCryztalClear is spotlighting Miss Mapillar Dahn, a brilliant and talented young Liberian lady, who is adding colors to Liberia.
 Mapillar Dahn advises businesses, organizations, and individuals on how to use the web and social media to get their brand messaging to the rest of the world and build relationships.  She is a seven year veteran of the web. She owns and operates Designs by Mapillar, a company specializing in the web, print, graphic design, and social media promotion services. 
When she is not designing, you can catch Mapillar playing kickball as Ella Bee (LIB) or being a Mommy-in-Chief to her lovely daughters, Amatullah, Khadeejah, and Hajar.
She's an aspiring model/actress with About Faces Modeling agency and can be seen in the Hallmark Channel movie "The Watsons Go to Birmingham."
Ladies and Gentleman, please extend appreciation to a rising star.
 
 

 
 
 

 

 

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  1. Hey GetCryztalClear, I am so humbled by your feature. Thank you so much for spotlighting me and what I do to promote and encourage individuals and businesses to build relationships beyond their immediate locales.

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  2. Great article! I met this young woman on the kickbalk field! She works very hard on and off the field and it's a pleasure to have met her!

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