Tamara McCullough

Experienced Copywriter

Location icon United States of America

What happens when you mix one part passion, one part craft and one part dedication? You get me -- Tamara McCullough and I’m ready to throw myself into the Copywriter position wholeheartedly. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Southern Methodist University, plus an abundance of writing experience in a wide variety of realms.

Writing is a truly a desire of mine that is showcased through my commitment and passion for the art. For example, I have freelanced consistently for the past 4 years for a variety of clients. In this role, I create persuasive, informative copy. My goal is not only to capture the reader’s attention through stylish writing and engaging language, but also to inform, persuade and enthrall them with the service or product I’m presenting. Whether I’m writing about upscale mountain bikes, Irish toasts or how to start an LLC in Pennsylvania, I always make sure to write for my particular audience.

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Robin Thicke Faces New Round of Allegations, This Time Child Abuse

by: Tamara McCullough The hits just keep coming for blue-eyed soul crooner Robin Thicke and not the kind that he's used to that's associated with platinum status and record sales. Instead, Thicke is facing a whole new bout of allegations involving hits, but this time physical hits, as in the form of child abuse allegations against his and actress Paula Patton's 6-year-old son, Julian.

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Dallas, You Can't Sit With Us-Signed, Fort Worth

By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic Prefer to be on the East side of the Dallas/Ft. Worth debate? Check out our piece on 10 Reasons Why Dallas is Better Than Ft. Worth. Which came first: the chicken or the egg mystery or the Dallas-Fort Worth rivalry?

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Woman-Owned Businesses That Put the 'W' in DFW

Photo Courtesy of Montanna Mitchem By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic Whoever said this is a man's world, business is a boys' club and women aren't cut out for the boardroom clearly haven't been to DFW recently. Meet these five talented and enterprising businesswomen.

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First Look: The Stock Exchange Neighborhood Pantry

By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic Remember the good ol' days when a grocery store was actually a local neighborhood store with personalized service and not a behemoth where you're treated more or less like merchandise? Even if you don't remember those days, you can relive that same pleasant experience with The Stock Exchange Neighborhood Pantry.

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7 Best Tattoo Artists In Dallas Who Are Insanely Talented

By Tamara M, NewsCastic Tat, tat, tat it up. It's hard-pressed to go almost anywhere in Dallas and not see some serious body ink. With more and more tattoo artists and shops popping up, it can be a life-changing decision on where you should go.

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"White Famous" Pilot Episode Crashes & Burns

Hollywood has been under a microscope with #OscarsSoWhite, op-eds and accusations about the lack of diversity, and calls for more representation of people of color. On its surface, White Famous seemed like it would be a refreshing, modern show which highlights this black perspective in La La Land.

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11 Signs You're Dating a Guy From DFW

1. Cowboy 'Til the Death If you're dating a true DFW guy, 9 times out of 10 he has a Cowboy jersey in his closet or on the floor that he's waiting to throw on after a Cowboy "W" or as is often the recent case, a loss.

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5 Boomin' Texas Cowboy Churches You Probably Didn't Know About

By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic What do God, a professional rodeo clown and church have in common? Give up? It's the cowboy church. While many people may not be very familiar with the cowboy church, its existence came about in 1972 as the brainchild of Glenn Smith, a professional rodeo clown.

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9 R&B Singers Who've Got DFW Lit

GIPHY TamaraMcCullough, NewsCastic As a genre that transcends eras and generations, R&B music is a timeless category that touches hearts and souls across the globe. Whether deep and soulful, soft and romantic, or mashed up with a completely different styling, there's always a new crop of artists ready to take on rhythm and blues.

An Afterparty Radio Exclusive: Chanté Moore, Part 1

While musing about appreciating the small things in life, award-winning singer and "R&B Diva" star Chanté Moore, was interrupted in the moment by witnessing not one, but two dolphins splashing in the ocean right in front of her eyes. "Life is all about the little joys in life," Chanté explained.

An Afterparty Radio Exclusive: Chanté Moore, Part 2

Despite getting signed to a major label and facing the pressures and demands of the music industry, Chanté Moore has always enjoyed singing about what she believes in which she credits to her growing up in the church and singing gospel. "It's wonderful to sing what I believe.

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8 Ways to Keep Your Beach Bod Going All Year Long

By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic It's almost Labor Day and you know what that means - summer is pretty much a wrap. While the summer may be winding down, it doesn't mean it's time to hibernate and give up on your hot body.

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11 Hip-Hop Artists Turning It Up in DFW

Giphy.com via wifflegif.com By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic If you mentioned DFW and hip-hop together just a few years ago, you might have been met with a blank stare or even a laugh. Rap and DFW don't go together, right? Wrong!

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Throwback Thursday: Relive Your Favorite Dallas Moments From The 50s and 60s

By Tamara McCullough, NewsCastic Let's turn back the hands of time and go back to an era where there was no Snapchat, texting and no futuristic-sounding thing called the "Internet." Pull out those poodle skirts and those mod suits, it's time to go back to good ol' days and find out what made Dallasites flip in the 50's and 60's.

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