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2016 Fancy Farm Preview

This column appeared in the July 28, 2016 edition of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Scott Jennings is emcee for this year’s Fancy Farm picnic. It’s that time of the year when the commonwealth’s politicos, journalists, and barbecue lovers prepare to trek down to the Jackson Purchase region of Western Kentucky for the annual Fancy Farm picnic, which takes…

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RunSwitch PR To Host Media Filing Center At Annual Fancy Farm Picnic

RunSwitch PR To Host Media Filing Center At Annual Fancy Farm Picnic New features: Snapchat filters and a Twitter message board for the public (Fancy Farm, KY)- RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest public relations and public affairs firm, will host the official media filing center at the 2016 St. Jerome’s Fancy Farm Picnic.  This is the…

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RunSwitch PR Recognizes Outstanding Staff Achievements

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 13, 2016 Contact: Kaylee Carnahan (832) 878-2904 kaylee@runswitchpr.com RunSwitch PR Recognizes Outstanding Staff Achievements Kentucky’s top PR firm rings in the New Year by promoting seven team members (LOUISVILLE)- RunSwitch Public Relations is proud to announce the advancement of eight team members to new positions within the firm. In 2015, Business…

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Meet Our Team: Elizabeth Goss Kuhn

Elizabeth Goss Kuhn joins the RunSwitch PR team as an Account Executive. She has experience in the political and nonprofit arenas. Her areas of expertise range from political affairs to logistics management. Most recently, Elizabeth worked as a member of the Development Team for SouthSide Early Childhood Center, focusing on messaging and fundraising. She also…

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8 Amazing Facts For Tax Day!

By Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the April 14, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. As you stand in line at the post office today to mail your taxes, you might be thinking to yourself: “It would be super cool to amaze my friends at a party this weekend with eight awesome facts about…

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What to Watch for in Kentucky’s GOP Primary for Governor

By Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the March 25, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. With two months left in Kentucky’s GOP gubernatorial primary, it appears that Louisville businessman Hal Heiner has opened a slight lead over Agriculture Commissioner James Comer, tea party candidate Matt Bevin, and former Supreme Court Justice Will T. Scott.…

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Meet the jockeys riding Kentucky’s GOP tickets for governor

By: Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the March 4, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. The race to become the Republican nominee for Kentucky governor is in full-swing, with the four tickets appearing at Lincoln Day Dinners, rolling our platforms, and raising funds. Each of the four has also assembled a team of staff…

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Reputation Management in The Digital Era

By Les Fugate Remember 2010? It was the year Roy Halladay pitched the second no-hitter in post season history, Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock took home the Academy Awards for Best Actor and Best Actress, Lady Gaga was dominating the airwaves. It was also the year that Facebook’s user growth exploded from 360 million to…

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Kentucky’s Historic Promise Keepers

By: Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the February 11, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. The death of former U.S. Senator Wendell Ford brought back some memories for this political hack, and offered a chance for all of us to reflect on Kentucky’s continuing history of sending U.S. Senators to Washington with rarely-equaled legislative skill.…

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Meet Our Team: Kaylee Carnahan

Kaylee Carnahan utilizes a unique background in political campaigning to serve RunSwitch PR’s diverse clientele. She specializes in grassroots management and media strategies. Kaylee joined the RunSwitch team in 2013 before taking a brief hiatus to serve on Governor Terry Branstad’s campaign in Iowa. In Iowa, Kaylee and her team successfully built a robust grassroots…

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