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Leading Strategies for Grassroots Advocacy

By Kaylee Carnahan The word grassroots is most often recognized as an element of political campaigns, referring to the volunteers who knock on doors and make phone calls in support of a candidate. But outside the realm of campaigns – and especially in the world of public affairs – grassroots advocacy is an essential component of any…

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Open your eyes and find your passion: My Focus Louisville Experience

By Charissa Acree (FL ’14) This blog was originally posted by Leadership Louisville on January 22, 2015. On a sunny Friday morning nearly eight years ago, I arrived in Louisville as a newly-minted college graduate with a head full of “big city dreams” and a Honda Civic loaded to the brim with all of the…

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The New Faces of the Republican Party

By Scott Jennings This article first appeared in the January 21, 2015 edition of the Courier-Journal. “What a beautiful building you have here, Governor Dennison,” he said, smiling after reading a telegram. The tall Kentuckian had just been informed the Electoral College elected him President of the United States. Abraham Lincoln was visiting the Ohio…

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Our “Fire’d Up” Recipe for a Successful Grand Opening

Public relations tactics to maximize buzz for your new business By Rachel Bledsoe When developing a PR strategy for your Grand Opening – whether it is for a local restaurant, industrial plant or Fortune 500 company – there are several key ingredients that will help you get the most impact out of your big day.…

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Senator Mitch McConnell Officially Majority Leader

As the 114th United States Congress convenes, RunSwitch PR congratulates Senator Mitch McConnell on his new position as Senate Majority Leader. Senator McConnell is the second Kentuckian to serve in this position; the first was Democrat Alben Barkley, who led the chamber from 1937-1949. First elected to the U.S. Senate in 1984, Senator McConnell was…

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2015 Kentucky Legislative Session: What to Expect

By Les Fugate The 2014 holiday season is behind us, and across the Commonwealth men and women are returning to their regular work schedules. While some may have the luxury of easing into the New Year, those of us who often work in and around Kentucky’s state government are gearing up for several very busy…

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RunSwitch Recipient of MarCom Award

RunSwitch PR is proud to usher in the New Year with a shiny, new addition to our offices. We were recently the recipient of a MarCom Gold Award for a poster we conceived and designed for the Kentucky Beverage Association. The “Grab a Beverage & Get Social” poster (pictured above) was designed to capture the…

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Strategic Spaces & Places

It’s a Friday afternoon and you are successfully knocking out your to-do list for the day: drafting plans, responding to clients and landing media stories. And then it hits: the 3 p.m. energy crash that we dread but have all experienced. When your energy is waning, the last two hours of the day can feel like…

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RunSwitch Co-Founder Scott Jennings Graduates from the Leadership Kentucky Class of 2014

Jennings joins exclusive community of Leadership Kentucky alumni (Louisville) RunSwitch PR co-founder Scott Jennings graduated today as part of the Leadership Kentucky class of 2014. The graduation ceremony took place on the campus of Northern Kentucky University. He joined 63 other Kentuckians in this year’s class, a diverse group of the state’s most important business and…

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Why I Support Mitch McConnell for the United States Senate

By: Scott Jennings This column originally appeared in the Courier-Journal on October 29, 2014. “You must support my likely opponent!” he said, chuckling. “No sir, I’m a Republican and I am for you,” I said. “A Republican from Dawson Springs? Now I’ve seen it all,” he said, bemused and probably wondering if I was full of it.…

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