dovetail solutions has added three new clients: land developer McWhinney, the Denver and Chicago offices of architecture firm HOK, and professional services company CBIZ. The firm also added Marissa Hoffman as a client services associate and Allison Rindels as an intern.
Among those hiring this week are Allstate Insurance Company, Colorado Access, Denver Water Dept., The Kempe Foundation, Kutak Rock LLP (intern), PCL Construction Enterprises (intern), Vail Resorts Management Company, KOAA TV (Colorado Springs) and Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District (Frederick, Colo.).
Filed under: Boulder
Tomorrow, Ef Rodriguez departs Boulder for Amsterdam, a city famous for its bicycles and pot (if Amsterdam had more Subarus, Ef might not even realize he had moved). Best of luck to you, Ef. Come back home soon.
(Photo: Andrew Murray/@asketchyfish)
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman’s redemption tour continues in The Denver Post. Following his mea culpa Op-Ed Wednesday, the Post’s lead editorial Sunday lauds Coffman and fellow U.S. Rep. Jared Polis for their bipartisan approach to defense budget cuts. 9News’ Kyle Clark can’t be happy that he is being squeezed out of a story that 9News broke and he made national.
Filed under: Jobs
Jim Jonas has been named vice president of communications and marketing at Rose Community Foundation. Jonas will oversee the Foundation’s publications, media relations, marketing and strategic communications related to grantmaking, philanthropic services and program initiatives.
Jonas was previously director of marketing and communications for the University of Colorado Foundation. And from 2000 to 2010, he was a partner at Peak Creative Media, a Denver-based creative communications and advertising agency that he co-founded.
Filed under: Dovetail
Congratulations to all my colleagues at dovetail solutions – the firm is celebrating its seventh anniversary today. We plan to celebrate like any self-respecting seven-year-old – lots of Hello Kitty birthday cake and an afternoon of Justin Bieber karaoke.
Filed under: Pro Bono
If you are looking for a pro bono project, Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario could use some public relations counsel. Here’s the first sentence from his most recent press release:
“In response to the lies and slanderous accusations by the ACLU, the most dangerous organization to the United States of America today, as well as the Denver Post, channel 7 news (Denver) and others who produced stories without any attempt to contact the Garfield County Sheriff for an accurate response, here is the official GCSO response: The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office has never turned over a victim of a crime to any organization.”
I realize there probably isn’t a Garfield County chapter of Al-Qaeda, so the sheriff’s perspective may be skewed, but is the ACLU really “the most dangerous organization to the United States of America today?” And are official Garfield County Sheriff’s Department press releases really the right venue to settle personal grudges?