Denver PR Blog


CLS Acquires Wyoming-based Stanwood & Partners
January 2, 2008, 12:52 pm
Filed under: CLS, Denver, Johnston Wells, Public Relations

Looks like Gwin Johnston‘s competition for the Wyoming PR market just got a bit tougher.



Who will be the King of Denver PR?

We are a little more than three weeks away from the release of the Denver Business Journal’s 2007-2008 Book of Lists. As we get ready to see which agencies grew and which contracted, here’s a recap of 2006-2007 DBJ Book of Lists rankings:

  1. GBSM, $2.62 million (2005 gross income)
  2. Schenkein, $2.61 million
  3. JohnstonWells, $2.40 million 
  4. Linhart, $2.18 million
  5. Pure Brand, $2.14 million
  6. GroundFloor , $2.10 million
  7. LeGrand Hart, $2.09 million
  8. PRACO, $2.07 million
  9. MGA, $2.06 million
  10. CTA, $1.50 million
  11. Peter Webb, $1.33 million
  12. Wall+Aiello, $1.14 million
  13. Alyn-Weiss, $1.10 million
  14. Turner, $1.10 million
  15. CLS, $1.08 million
  16. Metzger, $1.05 million
  17. VisiTech, $1.05 million
  18. InterMountain, $1.01 million
  19. Corporate Advocates, $0.88 million
  20. Catapult, $0.80 million 
Note: While these figures appeared in the 2006-2007 DBJ Book of Lists, the data used was from a year earlier.