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Bisnow Hits the Road

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Bisnow Hits the Road

Tonie Auer & Susan Diesenhouse

We went on our own Lord of the Rings-esque journey, united far reaches of theBisnow globe. Here'sBisnow DFW/Austin reporter Tonie Auer with Bisnow Boston reporter Susan Diesenhouse in Boston for some wicked awesome volunteer efforts this weekend. Tonie serves on the national board for the American Society of Business Publication Editors and visitedthe historic city for the group'ssemi-annual board meeting.

Amanda Marsh & Tonie Auer

Bisnow deputy editor Amanda Marsh made the trek from New York to sight-see with Tonie. Here they are at Bunker Hill (and it is aptly named with the hill part). Neither had the fortitude to climb the monument's 294 steps, despite promises of a gorgeous view. They did, however, venture down to visit the USS Constitution (nicknamed Old Ironsides-- a name Tonie is considering annexing for herself).

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