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Posted on April 19, 2016 | Jennifer Miller
Philosophy celebrates 15 years this month…15 years of strategic thinking, news releases, media interviews, HTMLs, logos, brand audits, websites, SEO, media relations, messaging, taglines, packaging, marketing, social media, leave-behinds, photo shoots, signage, collateral, events, awards, direct mailers, PPC, commercials, presentations, advertising, brochures, infographics, calls to action and everything else in between. Combine all of that with cherished clients, partners, vendors, co-workers and friendships, and you get 15 years (or 180 months or 782 weeks or 5,475 days or 131,400 hours) that have been worth every second.
Philosophy Communication Celebrates 15 Years of Shaping Thought
DENVER, Colo., April 19, 2016 – Philosophy Communication, Inc., a boutique marketing and communication firm dedicated to the art of shaping thought, is celebrating 15 years in business this month.
During its 15-year history, Philosophy has made its mark on clients and industries in Colorado and beyond. Philosophy launched products for Nautilus Health and Fitness, opened the first Caribou Coffee store in Colorado, helped grow Smashburger nationwide, rethought how to sell niche Quiznos franchises, and introduced a new menu for T.G.I. Friday’s restaurants.
It reimagined how consumers care for their Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, encouraged millions of consumers to look for the Colorado Proud label and buy local food and agricultural products, helped find new teachers for Denver Public Schools, informed our citizens about natural gas development through Coloradans for Responsible Energy Development (CRED), and opened dozens of new Natural Grocers grocery stores around the country.
To mark the business milestone, the firm has planned team member and client commemorations to recognize and thank those who have helped Philosophy reach success. Observers can follow along on Philosophy’s blog. To kick off the anniversary celebration, the company hosted a team dinner dedicated to 15 years of shaping thought.
For more information about Philosophy Communication, visit www.philosophycommunication.com.
- Jennifer Miller