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Hannah Esrock

Meet Hannah Esrock, RunSwitch’s Spring Intern

RunSwitch extends a big welcome to our spring intern, Hannah Esrock. Learn more about Hannah below. Name: Hannah Esrock Hometown: Louisville, KY College/Year/Major: University of Louisville/Senior/Creative Communication What part of your internship are you most excited about? I am excited to learn all the outs and ins of the PR world! While it seems like an extravagant job,…

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Ben Keeton Selected for Bingham Fellows Class of 2019

Ben Keeton, Senior Vice President at RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest public relations and public affairs firm, has been selected to participate in the Leadership Louisville Center’s Bingham Fellows Class of 2019. Since 1988, Bingham Fellows has provided experienced leaders with the opportunity to examine and recommend solutions to critical issues facing our community. Bingham Fellows is a…

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Les Fugate Elected to Leadership Kentucky Executive Committee

LOUISVILLE, KY., – Les Fugate, Executive Vice President at RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest full-service public relations and public affairs firm, has been named to the Executive Committee for Leadership Kentucky. Created in 1984, Leadership Kentucky is a non-profit educational organization that brings together groups of people who possess a broad variety of leadership abilities, career accomplishments, and…

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Scott Jennings

The Value of a Life

The Value of a Life By: Scott Jennings President Donald Trump’s statement siding with Saudi Arabia on the issue of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi sent shockwaves through American media and Washington D.C., raising questions about America’s commitment to holding accountable regimes that commit human rights atrocities. The president’s statement—which he personally dictated, according to news…

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Scott Jennings

Embrace the Boring

Embrace the Boring By: Scott Jennings I wrote in this space before the midterm that Donald Trump has a better than 50 percent chance of being reelected in 2020. Since the results of the 2018 election rolled in, several people have asked if I feel the same way given the Democratic gains in the suburbs…

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RunSwitch Welcomes Katie Holston

RunSwitch is excited to welcome Katie Holston to the team as an Account Coordinator! Katie interned at RunSwitch over the summer and did exceptional work for the firm’s clients, including Marsy’s Law for Kentucky, Kentucky Farm Bureau and Dare to Care Food Bank. “Since joining RunSwitch as an intern, I knew I had to work…

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5 Steps to Social Media Success

5 Steps to Social Media Success By: Katie Holston Transitioning from high school, to college and then into the business world, changed my perception on social media success. The focus on personal image and content of our younger years transforms as we move over into the business world. While interning at RunSwitch PR this summer,…

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Scott Jennings

Unhinged liberals or GOP progress? Republicans’ midterm message is clear

Unhinged liberals or GOP progress? Republicans’ midterm message is clear By: Scott Jennings In 2016, Americans, tired of the gridlock produced by divided government, unified control of the Congress and executive branch under the Republican Party. Their demand was simple: produce results and move this country forward. Now, with the midterm elections looming, Senate Republicans…

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Chris Nation Elected President of The American Advertising Federation of Louisville

Chris Nation Elected President of The American Advertising Federation of Louisville LOUISVILLE, KY., – Chris Nation, Vice President of Digital at RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest full-service public relations and public affairs firm, has been elected president of The American Advertising Federation of Louisville (AAF-Louisville) by the AAF-Louisville board of directors for the 2018-2019 term. AAF-Louisville…

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What I Learned from a Mid-College Internship

What I Learned from a Mid-College Internship By: Sarah Hall As a rising college junior, I would not trade my liberal arts education for anything. Over the last two years, I’ve learned how to write concisely yet eloquently. I’ve learned how to articulate myself with confidence, manage my time and grow from constructive criticism. My…

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