Public relations services are the top offering from Peak Communications
Business name: Peak Communications LLCOwner: Mandy GauldinAddress: 4117 Sky Ranch Drive, Glenwood SpringsHours: 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through FridayPhone: 945-5534E-mail: email@example.comYears in business: Opened in March 2005Number of employees: OneFranchise? NoWhat do you do? I provide public relations, marketing communications and copywriting services. That means I help businesses with media relations programs, write marketing and employee communications materials, and develop newsletters and brochures.Customers: Locally, I’ve worked with Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park and WestStar Bank. I also work with an area advertising agency and a couple of businesses based in Kansas City. What’s unique about your business? Before starting Peak Communications, I was a vice president with Fleishman-Hillard, the largest communications firm in the country, where I worked with global companies including Hallmark Cards, The Iams Co. and AMC Entertainment. The experience was invaluable, and I’m now able to put that experience to work for smaller businesses that may not want to pay for a national public relations firm.What’s good about doing business here? You name it – the location, the lifestyle, the views! But, I’ve found that the people here really are incredible. They work together to make this a great place to live, raise kids, and do business. What has been your most successful offering? I’d have to save it’s the public relations services – working to get positive media coverage that helps my clients grow their businesses.What’s next for your business? I’ve been spending a lot of time helping Glenwood Caverns prepare for the opening of the new attractions, which is going to be very exciting. Once that’s calmed down a bit, I plan to start knocking on doors and drumming up more business for myself.
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Recreation and travel in Glenwood Canyon will be much more hazardous due to the potential rockfall and debris flows originating from destabilized ground, rock and weakened trees burned by the Grizzly Creek Fire last summer.