Category Archive for: Press

Rules Of The Road: Lessons for Aspiring Young Professionals

By Jena Patterson  Before accepting a position at RunSwitch PR—the largest PR firm in Kentucky and one of the fastest growing in the country—I was lucky to enough to hold a full-time position on the reelection campaign for Mitch McConnell, now the Senate Majority Leader in the U.S. Senate. During my time on Senator McConnell’s…

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2015 Kentucky Governor’s Race Survey Results

Poll by RunSwitch PR & Harper Polling shows Comer with small lead to start GOP primary Conway will be Dem nominee Very tight race generically, looks to be close in the fall (Louisville, Ky.)—RunSwitch PR, along with its polling partner Harper Polling, today released results of a 2015 likely voter survey testing the candidates for governor…

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Survey Results: Kentucky Governor’s Race

See below for Tweets unveiling the results of a survey of likely voters in Kentucky’s 2015 Governor’s Race, conducted by RunSwitch PR and Harper Polling. The survey tested questions in both party primaries and hypothetical general election match-ups. The independent poll was conducted January 28-31. RunSwitch PR is not affiliated with any candidate running for governor. For a…

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Meet our Team: Steve Bryant

Steve Bryant, a co-founder and Partner at RunSwitch PR, brings a strong work ethic, attention to detail and extensive knowledge of public policy to our team. He is one of the foremost experts on healthcare communications in Kentucky and specializes in issues that impact government regulated industries. He is particularly adept at organizing stakeholders into…

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One Year Later: Five Tips for Success in Your First PR Job

By Lauren Cherry Lauren Cherry joined RunSwitch PR in January 2014 as an Account Coordinator. Over the next year, she applied her skills in graphic design, media relations, social media campaigns, and brand development to deliver meaningful results for many of RunSwitch’s clients. Lauren’s hard work and dedication did not go unnoticed and she was…

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Reflections on Leadership Kentucky Experience

By Scott Jennings This article originally appeared in the Courier-Journal on December 31, 2014. This year, I had the privilege of graduating from Leadership Kentucky. The program brings together about 50 Kentuckians for two or three days per month for seven months, exposing professionals from varying walks of life to issues and challenges facing the…

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Kentucky’s Right to Work Movement Changing Battlefields

(This column appeared in the December 10, 2014 issue of the Louisville Courier-Journal.)  By: Scott Jennings Republicans failed to capture control of Kentucky’s state House of Representatives in November’s election, putting the conservative goal of passing a statewide right-to-work law out of reach for at least another two years. There are good reasons to pass a…

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RunSwitch Congratulates Senator McConnell on Historic Win

Lexington Herald-Leader Highlights RunSwitch Partner Scott Jennings’s Role in Reelecting McConnell Incoming U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell won reelection last night 56% to 41% over his opponent, Alison Grimes. RunSwitch Partner Scott Jennings, who wrote a column last week about why he supported McConnell for reelection, served as Senior Advisor to the Super PAC “Kentuckians for…

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RunSwitch PR Recognized As Largest PR Firm in Kentucky

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (August 22, 2014)–RunSwitch PR has been recognized as the largest PR firm in the state of Kentucky. The ranking, released today by Louisville’s Business First and based on 2013 net fee income and total revenue, places RunSwitch PR at the top of the state’s most recognized public relations agencies. RunSwitch PR is also…

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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: ###

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