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Scottsdale-based 10 to 1 Public Relations is pleased to announce Laura Slawny has joined the team as Senior Account Executive. In her role she will assist local and national clients expand their overall brand awareness through various public relations strategies and positive media coverage. Slawny will also play a role as a primary liaison toRead More
Glendale, Ariz. (December 28, 2017) – Thousands of people were expected to receive Nest thermostats over the holidays. They’re affordable, and simple to use – but they’re a little more challenging to install. One reason why Forrest Anderson Plumbing, Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. (Forrest Anderson), a family-owned business serving the Phoenix area since 1961, receives more service calls regarding Nest installations this timeRead More
Scottsdale, Ariz. (December 21, 2017) – Plexus WorldwideTM (Plexus), a leading direct-selling health and wellness company focused on health and happiness, is pleased to announce it has hired Louis Ross as the Vice President of Customer Service. Ross will oversee the Plexus customer service department and two outsourced centers. “We have achieved amazing growth inRead More
Have you ever heard of the 10 to 1 rule? It’s the idea that it takes 10 good things to be said about a company to make up for one negative story. And since it’s only a matter of time before somebody says something negative (regardless of if it’s true or false), it’s essential toRead More
In some ways, talking to customers and the public through the media is the easiest part of a crisis. It’s also one of the most risky as it relates to protecting your company. The job of media outlets is to share the information of what’s happening with the public, but not necessarily to share thatRead More
The hardest and most important communications you have to handle during a crisis is to set the right tone and be responsive when sharing information to your supporters and any impacted customers. Your customers are the ones who ultimately hold your company’s destiny in their hands. If you want to weather the storm, the easiestRead More