A shout-out to Denver Broncos Vice President of Corporate Communications Jim Saccomano, who announced he will retire at the end of this season (his 36th with the Broncos).
The Colorado State chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America is hosting a digital reputation breakfast event in August. The event will focus on helping attendees develop a strategy for increasing their digital footprints, identify their most important keywords and phrases, quickly and easily monitor what’s being said online and create engaging online content.
7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Colorado State University’s Denver Center
410 17th Street, Suite 1400
Denver, CO 80202
5280 has added Stacey Brugeman as its new restaurant critic. Brugeman has been in the food business for more than a decade and she holds a masters degree in food studies from New York University and an Intermediate Certificate in Wine from the International Wine Center. Before joining 5280, Brugeman held editorial positions at Saveur and Food & Wine in New York City. Brugeman’s work has also appeared in Travel + Leisure, Men’s Journal, Natural Health, and The Denver Post.
Seriously, KTVU. The name “Ho Lee Fuk” didn’t set off an alarm bell? Even after it followed “Sum Ting Wong?”
Among those hiring this week are Atkins, Barokas Public Relations, Boulder County Commissioners’ Office, Catalyst High School, City of Boulder, Cushman & Wakefield, The CU Boulder Leeds School of Business and The Public Interest Network.
Among those hiring this week are Linhart Public Relations, the American Red Cross, Arapahoe County, City of Englewood, Mountain News Corporation, St. Joseph Hospital, The Steamboat (Colo.) Pilot & Today, University of Colorado at Boulder, Westword, Colorado Springs Utilities, US Olympic Committee (Colorado Springs) and the Montrose (Colo.) Daily Press. And SE2 also is hiring.