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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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Motherhood as the Ultimate Motivator

Motherhood as the Ultimate Motivator By Kathryn Parrish Last December, I was returning to work after spending eight weeks at home with my newborn daughter. Part of me felt ready. I knew settling into a more established routine would be good for our whole family. And, after many mornings spent sipping on lukewarm coffee that…

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RunSwitch Launches Digital Division with Chris Nation at Helm

RunSwitch Launches Digital Division with Chris Nation at Helm Provides Integrated Digital Communications Services for Clients to Approach Emerging Media RunSwitch Public Relations, the state’s largest PR firm, is expanding its services with the creation of a new digital division, tapping Chris Nation as its newest Vice President to lead the initiative. The RunSwitch digital…

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4 Things YoPros Should be Doing in the Workplace

4 Things YoPros Should be Doing in the Workplace By Jordan Shellhaas For those of you not familiar with the term YoPro, it’s a fancy acronym used to replace young professional since it has far too many syllables. As a newly inducted “real-adult” in the business world, I have realized how important it is to…

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RunSwitch PR Kicks Off 2018 with Staff Promotions

RunSwitch PR Kicks Off 2018 with Staff Promotions (LOUISVILLE, Ky.) – RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest full-service public relations and public affairs firm, announced the advancement of two team members to new positions within the firm. Kathryn Parrish has been named senior account director and Austin Birge has been named account executive. “RunSwitch is able to deliver…

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RunSwitch Named Kentucky’s Number One Public Relations Firm

RunSwitch Named Kentucky’s Number One Public Relations Firm Louisville Business First ranks RunSwitch PR #1 fourth year in a row (LOUISVILLE, Ky.) – RunSwitch Public Relations has once again been recognized as the state’s largest PR firm according to the annual list compiled by Louisville Business First, Kentucky’s leading business newspaper. RunSwitch has led the rankings for four…

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Is the White House political shop ready for the midterms?

Is the White House political shop ready for the midterms? By: Scott Jennings Someone you’ve probably never heard of has been in the news lately. Bill Stepien, director of The White House Office of Political Affairs, finds himself and his operation under attack in the wake of Republican losses in Virginia and Alabama, and a…

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4 Reasons Knowing This Number Can Improve Your Life

4 Reasons Knowing This Number Can Improve Your Life By: Allie Martin If you don’t know your Enneagram (pronounced ANY-A-GRAM) number, now is the time. The Enneagram is a short test of unknown origin thought to be more than 4,000 years old. The test categorizes your typical thoughts and behaviors into your number which correlates…

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iPhoneography: 5 Tips for Capturing the Holidays

iPhoneography: 5 Tips for Capturing the Holidays By: Kalli Plump The holidays are filled with photo worthy moments: the tree you worked so hard to decorate, your child baking cookies and tearing into gifts on Christmas morning, etc. In the midst of the holiday hustle, take time to slow down and capture the memories. The…

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