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Chicago is latest Angie's List Market to Cross 100,000 Paid Member Milestone

Angie's List, the national consumer reviews and local services site, is focused on raising homeowners’ expectations for their service experiences, and consumers are taking note.

Angie’s List to Host ‘Festival of Service’ as part of title sponsorship of Grand Prix of Indianapolis 2015-16

Indianapolis, Ind. – June 3, 2014 – Angie’s List is pleased to announce its title sponsorship of the Grand Prix of Indianapolis for 2015 and 2016.  In connection with the sponsorship, the company is planning to host its first-ever ‘Festival of Service’, a networking event designed to thank a select group of several thousand service providers for their commitment to revolutionizing local service.

Team GlassWorks Cracks the Best Code at Angie’s List Inaugural Hack Day

A group of engineers calling themselves GlassWorks took home first place in the inaugural Angie’s List Hack Day event, a 12-hour competition that pits engineering talents against the clock and each other.

GlassWorks, named for the Angie’s List building in which they work at their day jobs, earned $1,000 and bragging rights for creating a software mash-up that combines the best of Google Glass and the Angie’s List SnapFix app. The team was comprised of S.J. Singh, Cliff Helsel and Manny Singh.

Need advice on how to keep your house in shape? New Angie’s List radio show has you covered

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 30, 2014) - Angie’s List, the national company that helps homeowners make good local hiring decisions, is launching a radio show that will tap highly rated home improvement experts to give tips, alert consumers to trends and ways to avoid having a money pit for a home.

Don't Let Winter Steal Your Valentine

INDIANAPOLIS (Feb. 13, 2014) - Romance is about to be put on ice in the South and East Coast as snow and ice threaten to keep flower delivery trucks from their annual convergence on one of the biggest days of the year for the flower industry.

Predictions of romance delayed are so bad that in a tongue in cheek message to his constituents, Georgia's Oconee County Sheriff Scott Berry declared a "No Valentine’s Day Zone" to give cover to anyone whose romantic overtures will be delayed by weather. Angie’s List reached out to some of the highly rated florists who are in the No Valentine’s Day Zone to find out how they’re dealing with the weather.

Angie's List Announces Integration with vWorkApp to Vastly Improve Local Service

INDIANAPOLIS (Jan. 27, 2014) – Angie’s List, the national consumer review service, announced today that it is working with vWorkApp to make it even easier for local service companies to provide superior service to Angie’s List members.

vWorkApp, Inc. provides cloud-based, mobile Field Service Management (FSM) tools for service companies to schedule jobs, dispatch technicians, invoice customers, and accept payment in the field.

Want to Avoid Emergency Home Repairs? Take the Angie Pledge to Get Your House in Order

INDIANAPOLIS (December 9, 2013) – Angie’s List founder Angie Hicks doesn’t want you to be surprised by emergency home repairs next year. That’s why she’s calling on homeowners like you to take the Angie’s List Pledge to get their houses in order in 2014.

Because that’s much easier said than done, she’s providing free and useful tools to help homeowners keep their pledge. The pledge and its information are free and available to all consumers – not just Angie’s List members.

Angie’s List Wishmakers and Decorate A Vet Unite to Make the Holidays Brighter for Veterans in Washington, DC Area

INDIANAPOLIS (December 5, 2013) – For the third year in a row, Decorate A Vet is joining forces with the Angie’s List Wishmakers program to repair and decorate the homes of those who have served our country.

More than 200 volunteers, including crews from several highly-rated companies on Angie’s List, are helping with this year’s effort which is targeting the homes of nine families living in the Falls Church, Vienna and Annandale neighborhoods. In addition to decorating each house for the holidays, volunteers are working on home improvement projects including landscaping, tree trimming, house cleaning, painting and debris removal.

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