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Clients deserve rock solid results. One way that public relations firms measure their success is by helping clients tell their stories through traditional media. Here are some examples of media placements we’ve delivered for our clients.

Your Pride trip may be canceled, but virtual Prides still march on

The Washington Post

On a cloudy Friday last June, a congregation of around 25,000 transgender people and allies marched through Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Decked out in bright pinks, blues and whites, the cheery crowd

Denver PrideFest is ‘all but certain’ to be virtual this year due to COVID-19, organizers say

Out There Colorado

It wouldn’t be the first Pride celebration to go digital. LGBTQ celebrations are being canceled or postponed in major cities across the country, including Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco and Seattle, and many metros are exploring or proceeding with plans in the virtual realm.

Denver PrideFest 2020 Goes Virtual Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

CBS Denver

The Center on Colfax announced that this year’s Denver PrideFest will be held virtually to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Denver PrideFest usually draws more than 450,000 people to Civic Center Park every year.

Guest Post: Will we still be there for nurses once the pandemic passes?

The Colorado Independent

I am a registered nurse. In May I will join nurses around the world to honor our profession as we celebrate Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday. If you don’t know much about Florence Nightingale, she’s considered the founder of modern nursing and the lessons she taught us are particularly relevant today.

Denver PrideFest isn’t canceled, it’s just moved online. Here’s how that’ll work.

The Know

The Center on Colfax said Denver’s annual PrideFest is still on for June 20 and 21 — parade, 5K, DJ parties and all — despite the coronavirus outbreak. But this year, it’ll be online.

Denver PrideFest moving to virtual-only event for 2020

9 News

Denver's 45th annual PrideFest will move to a virtual-only celebration this summer due to limits on large public gatherings in the city amid the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers announced Monday.

Denver PrideFest Going Virtual This Summer Due To Coronavirus

CBS Denver

Organizers with Denver PrideFest announced Monday that this year’s celebration will be virtual due to limits on large public gatherings in the city of Denver. The festival, currently in its 45th year, was planned for June 20-21 at Civic Center Park.

Aspen nonprofits grapple with COVID-19 fallout

The Aspen Times

The public health and economic crises caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic have touched everyone since mid-March, with stay-at-home orders in place and businesses closed to limit spread of the contagion.

Concerns about suicides on the rise in Routt County, but so are available resources

Steamboat Pilot & Today

While adrenalin and novelty powered many people through the first few weeks of the coronavirus crisis, some grim realities are now setting in.

China Erodes U.S. Dominance in Tech With an Avalanche of Patents

Bloomberg | Kilpatrick Townsend

The U.S. is losing its advantage to China and other countries when it comes to innovations related to artificial intelligence, blockchain and other key technology, according to an analysis of patent filings over the past decade.

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Mind Springs: update on services

KKCO News 11 | Mind Springs Health

Mind Springs wants to update their visitors on the services available in the area.

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Mental health and a commitment to the community

The Daily Sentinel | Mind Springs Health

As a mission-driven behavioral health organization, our job is to save lives.

100 Miles in the Shoes of an Ultra Runner

303 Magazine | Colorado Athletic Club

It’s been called the “Race Across the Sky” and it’s at the top of many runners’ bucket lists. It’s the Leadville 100 and it’s pushed limits since 1983.

A look at successes and challenges of Denver's U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Denver Business Journal | Kilpatrick Townsend

Denver resident Sirena Rolfe got caught in a storm without an umbrella in 2012. And so, she decided to invent a solution.

Innovator Indicators

Law Week Colorado | Kilpatrick Townsend

Patent law practitioners tend to have an inkling of where innovation is happening, and in which industries. Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton co-authored a study that shows more than just an inkling.

40 Under 40

Denver Business Journal | Kilpatrick Townsend

Congratulations to Denver Business Journal 40 under 30 winner Kaaram J. Saab of Kilpatrick Townsend.

Outstanding Legal Professional: Michele Clark

Law Week Colorado | Kilpatrick Townsend

Being recognized as one of Law Week’s Outstanding Legal Profession- als was a “shock” to Michele Clark — she’s not someone who pats herself on the back, she said.

Junko Kazukawa Won't Be Slowed Down

Outside Magazine | Colorado Athletic Club

She's the first person to finish the Leadville Race Series and the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning in a single season.

14er Training and Conditioning

FOX 31 | Colorado Athletic Club

Have you always wanted to climb a 14er but had no idea how to train for it? Well your opportunity has arrived.

Staying safe on 14ers throughout Colorado

Denver7 | Colorado Athletic Club

Puzzling strength

The Know | Colorado Athletic Club

It was bound to happen: a puzzle room pairing up with a fitness center — particularly in a city like Denver, where we like to challenge both our brains and brawn. Colorado Athletic Club and Puzzah! are offering a new fitness challenge as part of their bi-weekly summer programming

“We’ve come a long way”: Thousands gather at Denver Pride Parade

Denver Post | Denver PrideFest

This year’s parade marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots.

Strong faith, finance and love: How these 'people of Pride' are making LGBTQ life better in Colorado

Denver7 | Denver PrideFest

Denver7, a proud sponsor of PrideFest 2019 , is featuring leaders in the LGBTQ community in Colorado who are helping to make life better and more meaningful.

Civic Center Park art highlights history of gay rights movement

FOX 31 | Denver PrideFest

Pride festivities are underway in the Mile High City. June marks 50 years since the Stonewall riots in New York City, representing the start of America’s modern-day gay rights movement.

How Colorado insurance regulators used an Obamacare quirk to help engineer better health coverage prices for 2019

Colorado Sun | Colorado Division of Insurance

Some people who buy their own insurance could see 40 to 50 percent drops in premium prices, state officials say.