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Posted by tbg | 18 10 2007

The Bawmann Group is excited to welcome Meaghan Hamric and Michele Worthington to the team.  Meaghan, a native of D.C., recently earned her Masters in PR and is our resident...

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Posted by tbg | 17 10 2007

    The American Transplant Foundation and The Beacon Center will share the $250,000 that was raised at the Gala. A part of the festivities included a runway fashion show with...

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Posted by tbg | 01 10 2007

(from left) Governor Ritter, Sam Rascon, Fernando Clavijo, head coach of the Colorado Rapids, and Rich Batten speak on the importance of Fatherhood. Karen Beye, executive director of the Colorado...

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Posted by tbg | 23 08 2007

The Bawmann Group is ready to celebrate its work for winning the Fatherhood contract! Get ready for the campaign launch coming in September!

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Posted by tbg | 22 08 2007

  Governor  Ritter and diverse advocates call on congress and The White House to support kids’ health coverage --August 22, 2007     Governor Bill Ritter and Lieutenant Governor Barbara O’Brien...

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Posted by tbg | 16 12 2006

The Bawmann Group recently tackled the creation of new advertising concepts for the CHP+ health insurance program. From brainstorming the concepts and securing the studios to make-up application and even...

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Posted by tbg | 13 06 2006

I was wrong. Consulting isn’t eating what you kill.Ten years ago I penned a piece for my friend and mentor, Bill Frank, career coach master, which traveled the world via...

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Posted by tbg | 23 01 2006

At Denver's famed University Club visitors are greeted with a sign that reads: "In keeping with the revised dress code, if you are wearing jeans please remove them before entering...

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Posted by tbg | 05 01 2006

Any small business owner will tell you, they can't survive without FedEx-Kinkos! So it was late last night, 12:30 a.m. to be precise, when I stumbled in the Denver-Cherry Creek...

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Posted by tbg | 30 12 2005

One of our clients was looking for an internal marketing coordinator. When the leading candidate for the job sent a half-written thank you note to the interviewer, the candidate was...

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