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Go, Team: KK BOLD Helps Mandan “Vote Yes” For Sports Complex

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.

Minot Parks District Provides Shelter Online

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.

Ten a Penny: Penny Blotsky Completes Tenth Year at KK BOLD

Strike up the band, because we’ve added yet another member to the KK BOLD Ten Year Club (Again, we assure you this an actual thing with laminated member cards and a treehouse we meet in bimonthly and everything) with our Media Buyer Penny Blotsky having completed her tenth year of employment at KK BOLD. She…

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Jerome’s Collision Center Collides Head-On With New TV Campaign

For those people spending their time outside this summer, there may be the occasional unfortunate incidents that will require a collision center of high repute to help bang out the day-to-day fender benders typically caused by an increase in people seeking fresh air in the great outdoors. For those people and their benders to their…

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Red Wind Blows Away With Smoke-Free Area, New Ad Campaign

Fresh air. We can all agree that it is delightful. Our friends at Nisqually Red Wind Casino certainly agree, as they recently opened up an expansive new smoke-free area to their casino. We at KK BOLD thought it would be a good idea to help spread the news of the clean breathing enjoyment to be had at Red Wind, so we assisted them in the launch of a new advertising campaign spotlighting the opening of the smoke-free area. Thus was born the “Bigger. Better. Redder.” campaign.

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