Monday, May 11, 2015
May 11, 2015 - New 2015 Westword Data: "10 Best Burgers in Denver"
the 2015 rundown on the best burgers in Denver, according to Westword. Vegans, vegetarians, and those who avoid gluten (i.e.
the bun and probably other ingredients in the top ten) can stop reading now.Here's the quick recap of Westword's
findings:1) Jimmy's Urban Bar and Grill2) TAG Burger Bar3) Ste. Ellie4) Park
Burger5) Meadowlark Kitchen6) Larkburger7) The Humboldt Burger at Humboldt8)
Highland Tap & Burger9) Finley's Pub10) Cherry CricketLink to Westword for its review of each burger (including awesome food photography)
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Sunday, May 10, 2015
May 10, 2015 - PR TACTICS: "Move Over Millennials, Here Comes Generation Z"
For those keeping up on our demographic subgroups, here's an excellent overview about the
"under 20-year-olds," called Generation Z (the new realists) by Stephen Dupont, APR.Quoting
from the introduction:"Roughly defined as those born since 1996, Gen Z is the
group of under-20-year-olds, the first generation born into a digital world. The next generation of trendsetters — representing
more than 25 percent of the U.S. population (larger than the boomers or millennials, according to the U.S. Census Bureau)
— is already beginning to put its stamp on the world." Link to the Full PR Tactics article.
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Monday, May 4, 2015
May 4, 2015 - Great Read: Entrepreneur Repost Details Five Steps For Achieving a Winning Social Strategy
Quoting from the May 1 posting by Steve Lazuka that originally appeared in PRNewswire's Small Business
PR Toolkit:"Every action you take on social media should add something to your marketing
strategy as a whole. For this reason, you need an in-depth social media strategy to guide you through making the most of each
channel."Link to review Steve Lazuka's five point plan to a better social media strategy.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Apr 15, 2015 - The Ultimate Denver Guide: Westword's 'Best of Denver 2015' is Out
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Friday, April 10, 2015
Apr 10, 2015 - In Case You Missed It: "Adam Scott to make Denver-set pot sitcom Buds for NBC"
Quoting from the Feb 20 "the Cannabist" posting:"NBC might soon have a sitcom on its schedule set
inside a Denver pot shop, according to multiple reports. And with the announcement of “Buds” — from creative
team Adam Scott (from the network’s near-death “Parks and Recreation”) and Joe Mande (a comic, writer and
Twitter phenom) — cannabis has broached a different aspect of mainstream media... ...'Buds' is a part
of NBC’s 2015-16 development cycle, according to various outlets. Its executive producers are Adam and (his producer
wife) Naomi Scott and Mande, and it’s the first sale since the Scotts’ production company Gettin’ Rad Productions
signed a first-look deal with Universal TV in 2014."Link to TheCannibist.coAlso check out a related posting on Fusion.net
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Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Apr 7, 2015 - The Denver Downtown Aquarium's "Swim With The Fishes" Leads 5280's "50 Urban Adventures You Must Try"
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Friday, April 3, 2015
Apr 3, 2015 - Absolutely PR Celebrates Its Sweet Sixteen
Absolutely Public Relations is celebrating its 16th year in business, achieving key media
placements for clients in both the traditional and social media spaces. The announcement is made by Absolutely PR Principal/Founder
Maggie Chamberlin Holben, APR, who says, "During the past year, Absolutely PR assisted Colorado BioScience Association,
Galichia Hospital Group/Kentuckiana Medical Center, Fitzsimons Redevelopment Authority, Boettcher Foundation, Colorado BioScience
Institute and CID4, the Colorado Institute for Drug, Device and Diagnostic Development.”Holben
has been providing pro bono PR and marketing communications counsel, plus board and advisory board service, to Denver’s
Cat Care Society since 2011.Absolutely PR specializes in media relations,
the strategies and tactics necessary to achieve impactful editorial placements in the international, national, trade press,
local and social/digital media space. Visit: http://www.AbsolutelyPR.com. Link to the full release including a recap of recent placements and coverage
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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Apr 1, 2015 - DBJ: "Forbes names 7 Colorado employers among America's 500 best"
from the March 31 DBJ posting:"The best places to build a career and punch the clock include seven companies
and organizations in Colorado in Forbes' inaugural "America's Best Employers" list released Tuesday.Forbes'
list includes 500 private- and public-sector employers in 25 industries across the nation that it says offer job seekers the
best situations."The seven Colorado companies showcased include: Cherry Creek School District, U.S.
Air Force Academy, Arcadis, CH2M Hill, Level 3 Communications, Chipotle Mexican Grill and Sport Authority. Link to the Denver Business Journal posting Link to the full list at Forbes.com
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Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Mar 25, 2015 - Innovation and Job News: "State of Downtown Denver 2015 has plenty to praise"
from Chris Meehan's posting yesterday in Confluence Denver:"Last year, downtown Denver saw $1 billion in investments
through completed projects. In 2015, that figure is expected to nearly double to $1.9 billion. That's just one key takeaway
from the State of Downtown Denver 2015 event, hosted by the Downtown Denver Partnership (DDP) on March 24.There
was a host of data showing the recent successes of Denver and how the city is poised to keep growing -- for instance, residential
population has grown 165 percent since 2010. "In order to ensure future success we need to understand what we did right
to get us where we are today," explained DDP CEO Tami Door at the event." Link to the full article at Confluence Denver Link to the 2015 State of Downtown Denver report
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Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Mar 24, 2015 - Denver Ranks 9th of the 2015 "Hardest Working Cities in America"
CBS4 in Denver:"WalletHub studied 116 of the most populated cities, using seven key factors to determine the hardest
workers. And two Colorado cities fall in the top 20.Aurora, CO ranks as the 16th hardest working city in
America. Its workweek hours average 38.5, and the labor force participation rate is 78.6%.Still, Aurora isn’t
working as hard as Denver, which ranked the 9th hardest-working out of 116 cities in the U.S. The average
workweek hours for those in Denver is 38.9 (New York City is 39.2), with a labor force participation rate of 78.5%." Link to the CBS4 postingQuoting
WalletHub, "The modern-day American worker would no doubt seem unrecognizable to its mid-20th century predecessor. Back
in 1950, Americans were 400 percent less productive than they are today, according to Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Were
we lazier then? Not at all." Link to the WalletHub Rankings
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