Come see some of Denver’s biggest names in politics and media, onstage in the Denver Press Club’s annual Gridiron Show – a hilarious night of political and cultural satire and songs. The details are:
Denver Press Club’s 2009 Gridiron Dinner
Friday, Oct. 23 (silent auction at 5:30 pm, dinner at 6 pm and entertainment at 7 pm)
Marriott Center City
1701 California Street, Denver, CO 80202
Click here to purchase tickets
Congratulations to Denver-based Cohn Marketing, which was among the winners in PR Week’s first annual “Top Places to Work in PR.”
Metzger Associates has been selected by Denver-based start-up company NextWave Performance to launch its web-based SaaS platform.
Voca PR has unveiled its new Web site and landed two new clients: Boca Raton, Fla.-based Revelex and Boulder-based Boulder Creek Life and Home.
B2B technology marketing strategy and design firm Market Creation Group is showcasing its expanded office by hosting a bra art exhibit to benefit the Denver Metropolitan Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The networking event and exhibit will be held in the Art District on Santa Fe from 6-9 p.m. this Friday (Oct. 2) at the MCG studios, 910 Santa Fe Drive, Studios 11 and 12, as part of the district’s First Friday Art Walk.
The Second Annual PRSA chapter retreat is Friday, Oct. 16, at the Curtis Hotel. Events include morning sessions for young professionals, a luncheon with keynote speaker Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary, afternoon workshops covering topics for all types of professionals, an all-day resource fair, and a cocktail and networking reception. The early registration deadline ends Oct. 2. Click here for details.
5280 magazine editor and publisher Daniel Brogan has been elected president of the City and Regional Magazine Association’s (CRMA) board of directors. The national organization represents more than 80 local and regional lifestyle magazines throughout the United States and Canada.
The Wisconsin Tourism Federation held out as long as it could, but the rebrand to the Tourism Federation of Wisconsin was inevitable.