Now that the dust has settled for Axiom, which moved into its new residence at 1702 Washington Ave. on Feb. 27, word about the historic Fire Station No. 6 in Houston's Sixth Ward is spreading like ... well, wildfire.
In a good way, of course. On Thursday, Pat Hernandez of KUHF-FM 88.7 (Houston Public Radio/NPR) visited Fire Station No. 6 and was impressed with its restoration. He interviewed Axiom President Tom Hair for a segment that aired during drive time on Thursday evening and Friday morning, and is posted on the KUHF website.
The next day, Whitney Radley of CultureMap, Houston's go-to source for what's hip in Houston, stopped in for a tour. She was the first reporter to stand on the roof of the building, which offers a coveted view of downtown Houston.
Plus, a groundswell of responses to our Facebook page has emerged, along with a few tweets @axiomcreative.
Honestly, it's an exciting time to be here at Fire Station No. 6.
Labels: Axiom Creative Energy, CultureMap, Fire Station No. 6, KUHF, Tom Hair