KK BOLD’s VP of Operations and longest-serving staff member (except maybe LaRoy; we’ll check on that and get back to you) Jackie Hawkinson recently completed her 27th year at KK BOLD. Which is a crazy big number, which is why she gets her own article in the agency e-newsletter.
The Medora Musical’s 50th Anniversary Season debuted on June 5th of this year, and Medora is well underway to a tremendous season this summer. As Medora’s agency of record, we’re excited to be along for the ride and working hard to make this anniversary year a record success.
It’s July, and that can mean only one thing: Only three months until Norsk Høstfest! As Høstfest prepared for the announcement of the 2015 lineup and the opening day of ticket sales, they looked to institute a variety of changes, many with the able assistance of KK BOLD. We also assisted them with a marketing campaign leading into the on-sale date of May 18, to help build the excitement for this year’s festival festivities.
Sports. They create community pride, strengthen youth development opportunities, and encourage grown men to paint giant letters on their chests to spell out their favorite team names. Which is why KK BOLD was pleased to support an effort to build a Mandan Sports Complex, which was put up to a vote on June 9 and passed by a 56% majority.
As the weather gets nicer outside, people are expected to want to spend more of their time outside doing outdoors things, for whatever reason. For those people, of which there are many, the Minot Park District has launched a new feature on their website that allows visitors to reserve their park shelters online. This feature was provided to them by KK BOLD, because we are very generous souls.
Yes, spiffy doesn’t rhyme with Nikki. We know. We know.
As was previously alluded to in the not-entirely perfect rhyming scheme of the headline to this article, Nikki Sims, the Production Manager at KK BOLD, is celebrating her fifteenth year of gainful employment at KK BOLD. Which is terrificky! Dang it, that one would’ve rhymed. Should have used that one.
I purchased an Apple Watch recently. Why am I telling you this? Because I’m telling everyone. In fact, I now walk into every room with my forearm extended out in front of me, on the off chance that I might meet somebody and they wouldn’t notice. “Hi, my name is Apple Watch. It’s nice to Apple Watch you. Apple Watch you later.”