- Pivot Communication has been named agency of record for St. Louis-based healthcare management services company Peak PACE Solutions.
- Metzger Associates has been retained by Waxing the City, a Denver-based group of exclusive waxing salons devoted solely to the art of hair removal.
Filed under: 104 West
104 West client MX Logic has agreed to be acquired by McAfee for $140 million.
Filed under: Wins
Keeton Public Relations has been retained by Aiken, S.C.-based Bradshaw Consulting Services to help increase awareness of the company’s spatial technologies.
Bob Schenkein, who founded and later sold now defunct Schenkein Public Relations, has joined Colorado Public Radio as vice president of marketing. Schenkein is promising to improve classical music’s fuddy-duddy image in Colorado, and cited his multi-colored bow-tie as proof that he’s the man for the job.
Filed under: Westword
I’m not sure if it is jury duty, vacation or court-ordered community service, but Michael Roberts appears to have taken a brief hiatus from Westword’s “The Latest Word” blog, and Joe Tone is filling in. You should check it out; Joe is definitely one of the funnier/more sarcastic writers in town.
Among those hiring this week are the National Endowment for Financial Education, CaridianBCT, Children’s Hospital, JANUS, Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado, Navarro Research and Engineering, The Broomfield Enterprise, KKTV (Colorado Springs), KOAA-TV (Colorado Springs), Black Hills Energy (Pueblo) and Festivals, DC Ltd. (Washington, D.C.).