The Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network (ADMHN) has selected GroundFloor Media (GFM) to develop and launch a new brand name and identity for the organization. The branding efforts will position the organization with clients, doctors, counselors, health care partners and the community.
GroundFloor Media (GFM) has been retained by Tennyson Center for Children (TCC) to serve as the organization’s outsourced communications partner. GFM will provide the nonprofit with media relations and donor relations support, as well as strategic counsel related to social media and advertising. GFM and TCC have a long-standing relationship; TCC was GFM’s pro-bono client from 2003-2010, and agency founder Laura Love serves on the TCC board of directors.
Colorado had a record 28 companies make the Outside Magazine list of the Top 100 Best Places to Work, including my colleagues at GroundFloor Media who made the list at No. 4. The full list of Colorado communications/marketing/digital services providers is:
GroundFloor Media has added Ben Hock to its digital strategy and design team. The addition strengthens GFM’s expertise for clients requiring digital and graphic design elements as part of their integrated communications campaigns.
St. Joseph Hospital in Denver has retained GroundFloor Media to help it with campaign strategy, media relations, message development, media training, social media strategy and platform development, internal communications and branding as the hospital prepares to open the doors of its new facility at 19th Avenue and Downing Street later this year.
Louisville, Colo.-based Door to Door Organics has named GroundFloor Media as its agency of record. GFM will develop and execute a national media relations program to increase awareness for Door to Door Organics among prospective customers, industry stakeholders and investors.
To paraphrase NBA basketball player/poet LeBron James, I am taking my talents to Market Street and joining the talented team at GroundFloor Media. And congratulations to two of my new GFM colleagues, Gil Rudawsky and Jim Licko, who have been promoted to vice presidents.