Denver PR Blog

Crocs Extends its CrocStyle Blogger Program
March 22, 2013, 8:50 am
Filed under: Crocs

Crocs today announced the second year of its innovative brand’s style blogger program. Five style and fashion bloggers are taking part in the 2013 CrocStyle Insider program to help preview and showcase new Crocs styles.

Each CrocStyle Insider (Pauline Karwowski, Audrey McClelland, Jenn Rager, Maegan Tintari and Lilliana Vazquez) helps share new, fashionable Crocs products with shoppers looking for online style inspiration through monthly reviews on their blogs. They also host interactive online events and style parties throughout the year to further connect with readers.

Crocs Launches Style Blogger Program
June 13, 2012, 7:50 am
Filed under: Crocs

Crocs has launched a new style blogger program to highlight its trendier products. The company has engaged five well-known style and fashion bloggers – Kathryn Finney, Audrey McLellandJenn RagerMaegan Tintari and Lilliana Vazquez – to participate in the program as “CrocStyle Insiders” to preview and showcase new Crocs styles.

Denver Agency News
May 4, 2010, 6:01 am
Filed under: Crocs, Linhart, PR Moves, Weise
  • Weise Communications has added Mark Plumb as senior account executive and Heather Hutchinson as public relations account manager. Plumb’s experience includes stints at Volume PR, SBC, AT&T and Dish Network, while Hutchinson formerly was an account executive at Boulder’s Pivot Communication.
  • Linhart PR hired Anna Lindsey as an account associate. Lindsey formerly was a public relations assistant at Crocs.

Threats, Mommy Bloggers and Crocs
July 28, 2009, 10:00 am
Filed under: blogs, Crocs, Social Media

The Washington Post may be bearish on Crocs’ future, but that isn’t enough to stop mommy bloggers from doing whatever it takes to get a free pair.

Washington Post Article Slams Crocs’ Future
July 16, 2009, 1:37 pm
Filed under: Crocs

Ok, so maybe Crocs will make it, maybe it won’t. But who woke up Washington Post reporter Ylan Q. Mui so he (or she, I have no idea) could piss all over the Niwot company this morning? Seriously, Crocs’ stock dropped from roughly $75 to about $0.95 from November 2007 – November 2008, and Mui decides now – seven months later with the stock up about 340 percent since the lows – is the time to write this story? Quite a scoop. Perhaps tomorrow’s follow-up will be that oil is unlikely to sustain a price of $144/barrel. Regardless, Crocs CEO John Duerden used the company blog to respond to Mui’s article.

Somali Pirates Look to Diversify Income through Endorsements
April 19, 2009, 3:02 pm
Filed under: Crocs

Crocs stock is up about 70 percent over the past three weeks, and insiders are attributing the spike to the clever endorsement deal Crocs PR’s Shelley Weibel struck with Somali pirates:

(Hat tip to Daniel Brogan at 5280).

Sun to Cut 6,000; Colorado Effects Unknown
November 14, 2008, 9:50 am
Filed under: Crocs, Layoffs, Sun Microsystems

Sun Microsystems, which has been chasing Crocs for the title of worst Colorado-related investment play of 2008, announced it will cut 6,000 employees, which translates to approximately 18 percent of its workplace. It is unknown how many of those cuts will come from the company’s Broomfield campus.