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Rachel Bledsoe & Kaylee Carnahan Selected to 2014 Louisville AdFed Hot 10

RunSwitch Account Directors Rachel Bledsoe and Kaylee Carnahan were presented with The American Advertising Federation-Louisville (AAF-Louisville) Hot Ten 2014 Awards at their Annual Awards Luncheon on Thurs., June 19, 2014. The Hot Ten recognizes 10 young professionals under the age 32 in the advertising industry who demonstrate skill, hard work, and professionalism well beyond their…

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Steve Bryant Selected to Leadership Louisville Class of 2015

(Louisville, Ky) Steve Bryant, a co-founder of RunSwitch PR, the region’s fastest growing public relations and public affairs firm, has been selected to participate in this year’s Leadership Louisville program. The program began this week with an orientation meeting for the impressive and diverse list of 60 Louisville leaders participating in the class. This is…

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Scott Jennings: ‘Nation’s eyes turn to Fancy Farm for Senate race’

RunSwitch co-founder Scott Jennings is a guest columnist for The Courier-Journal. Read his latest article, a preview of the 2014 Fancy Farm picnic at St. Jerome church. Since its inception in 1880, the picnic has become an annual political stump for elected officials and candidates to speak. Read the full story here: http://cjky.it/WNkdfz ###

RunSwitch Wants You To Give A Dog A Bone

RunSwitch to host 2nd Annual Tail-gate to benefit the KY Humane Society RunSwitch PR is excited to participate in Mayor Greg Fischer’s “Give a Day” 2014 Week of Service. Every year Louisvillians come together to promote the generous atmosphere that helps define the city. In that same spirit, RunSwitch is hosting its second annual “tail-gate”…

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RunSwitch Gathers Pet Supplies for the Kentucky Humane Society

RunSwitch PR hosted a pet supply “tail-gate” donation drive on Wednesday. As part of Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer’s “Give a Day” service initiative, RunSwitch gathered supplies listed on Kentucky Humane Society’s “Wish List.” Employees from the office park and members of the community stopped by to donate supplies, meet their office neighbors, and grab a…

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RunSwitch PR to Sponsor Pet Supply Donation Drive

RunSwitch Public Relations, for Mayor Greg Fischer’s “Give a Day” Service Week, will host a “Tail-gate” pet supply donation drive to benefit the Kentucky Humane Society on Wednesday April 17, from 11am-3pm. Donators who drop off supplies at the event are invited to grab a hot dog and some snacks, as well as bring their pets…

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Gary Gerdemann: ‘Just kidding… I was fired’

RunSwitch co-founder Gary Gerdemann is a guest blogger for Insider Louisville. Read his latest article regarding the mishaps that can ail a company during transition.  With nearly 30 years experience in corporate communications, Gerdemann writes “A transition is an opportunity to communicate a message unless it is squandered or worse.” Read the full story HERE.

RunSwitch PR Featured in Business First – Louisville

The three partners at RunSwitch PR sat down on Friday with Andrew Robinson, a reporter from Business First, to talk about their new company and the work they have been doing… RunSwitch PR officially open, releases polls RunSwitch LLC officially opened for business last week, after operating informally since July. The public relations and public…

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RunSwitch & Harper Release KY Issues Survey

RunSwitch Public Relations, in conjunction with Harper Polling, conducted a survey on February 11-12 that tested several political and policy issues being debated in the Kentucky legislature during the 2013 session. The survey asked questions of 850 likely Kentucky voters and had a margin of error of +/- 3.36%. The poll showed Governor Steve Beshear…

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RunSwitch & Harper Polling Survey Shows McConnell Up 9 Over Judd

RunSwitch Public Relations, in conjunction with Harper Polling, conducted a survey on February 11-12 that tested several political and policy issues recently in the news and important to Kentucky voters. The survey asked questions of 850 likely Kentucky voters and had a margin of error of +/- 3.36%. The poll found Mitch McConnell leading Ashley…

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