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RunSwitch VP of Digital Chris Nation Selected to Judge Prominent Interactive Awards

RunSwitch VP of Digital Chris Nation Selected to Judge Prominent Interactive Awards RunSwitch PR Vice President of Digital Chris Nation has been selected to judge a prominent, international, interactive competition, the Horizon Interactive Awards. Nation, along with a panel of diverse multi-media, graphic design, advertising and marketing professionals, will judge web sites/web site design, interactive,…

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How to Develop the Most Important Brand of All: YOU

How to Develop the Most Important Brand of All: YOU By: Tia Chancellor Your personal brand is important when considering where to invest both your time and energy. Consistently working to create an admirable reputation and work ethic won’t go unnoticed by your friends and colleagues. Not only is it important for success each and…

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Is it Time for Your Adventure?

Is it Time for Your Adventure? By Kaylee Carnahan December and January have become the unlikely heroes for my adventurous soul. Whether it be an adventure head-on into the icy wonderland or an escape from the icy weather – my thrilling winter adventures have brought some of the best memories! It started in college, the…

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The Great Squandering?

The Great Squandering? By: Scott Jennings Based on recent polling and misguided Democratic messaging, Republicans have seen an uptick in their political fortunes ahead of the 2018 midterm. Are the Democrats squandering what should be a banner year for the party out of power? History tells us Democrats should win a huge number of seats…

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BOOK REVIEW: Being Known isn’t just for Public Relations pros

BOOK REVIEW: Being Known isn’t just for Public Relations pros By Ariel Weihl Facebook launched in 2006 and cemented social media as a critical marketing tool for all businesses. Now, twelve years later, I’m enrolled in a public relations class designed to give students hands-on experience in this dynamic field. Before taking the class, I…

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How I Broke into the Public Relations Industry

How I Broke into the Public Relations Industry By Lauren Weitlauf When I was 18, I moved from my hometown in Kentucky to the “big” city of Louisville to pursue my undergraduate education. The city was simultaneously captivating and overwhelming- with the TARC’s popping exhaust, the bustle of downtown, and the myriad of roads I…

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New Year Goals with a Strategy

New Year Goals with a Strategy By Olivia Sievert The start of a new year provides the opportunity to approach goals that may have fallen through the cracks last year. All of us are familiar with the saying “new year, new me,” are probably equally familiar with the disappointment we feel mid-February when our ambitious resolutions…

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Meet Ariel Weihl, RunSwitch’s Spring Intern

RunSwitch extends a big welcome to our spring intern, Ariel Weihl. Learn more about Ariel below. Name: Ariel Weihl Hometown: Born in Ft. Riley, Kansas, but grew up in Louisville College/Year/Major: University of Louisville/Senior/Marketing What part of your internship are you most excited about? Being able to work with, and learn from, the best PR…

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Scott Jennings

RunSwitch PR Founder and Dawson Springs, Ky. Native, Scott Jennings, Appointed Resident Fellow at Harvard’s Institute of Politics

RunSwitch PR Founder and Dawson Springs, Ky. Native, Scott Jennings, Appointed Resident Fellow at Harvard’s Institute of Politics RunSwitch Public Relations Founding Partner, conservative columnist and CNN Political Commentator Scott Jennings has been appointed a Resident Fellow for the Spring semester at The Institute of Politics at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Jennings…

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Kentucky’s Unlikely Speaker

Kentucky’s Unlikely Speaker By: Scott Jennings November 4, 2014, was a great night for some Republicans. But not for all. Nationally, the GOP achieved its largest congressional majority since 1929. U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell realized his dream of becoming Majority Leader after thrashing Alison Grimes and guiding Senate Republicans to a net gain of nine…

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