Jason Mortensen – Romantics Spokesperson due to Viral Video

I first met Jason Mortensen on August 31 as his professor–a week and a half after the surgery that thrust him into the public relations limelight. He had missed the August 24 first ...

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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Doesn’t Have to Hurt!

Community service & corporate social responsibility (CSR) can be synonymous…

Blending the money making world of business corporate social responsibility with the “give something back” world of service makes life richer and provides a “leg up” to non-profit ...

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Fire Avert Creates ‘Fire Relief Fund’ For Kitchen Fire Victim

Fire Avert by Active Fire Prevention was recently featured on CBS affiliate KUTV2. The news story highlighted Fire Avert’s support of local Salt Lake City resident Virginia Cannon who recently suffered a stove fire after leaving food cooking on an unattended stove.

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), stove fires start about every 3.5 minutes across the United States.

Virginia Cannon had just put some butter in a pan before being sidetracked talking with friends, becoming another unfortunate statistic ...

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Four Famous Entrepreneurs Who Have Shaped the Face of Business

Throughout time, a number of individuals have set the precedent for what we know today as modern entrepreneurship. Below are four famous entrepreneurs who have applied various principles that we can learn from today as entrepreneurs.

Bill Gates
A prime example of diligence, Bill Gates went from receiving a failing grade on his idea for Microsoft in school to a technology mogul. Not only does his diligence make ...

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NEC Risk Reduced in 2nd Clinical Study Using 100% Human Milk Diet for Preemies

This week, Prolacta Bioscience announced a new clinical study just published by the Journal of Pediatrics clearly demonstrating that 100% exclusive human milk based diet for pre-term infants reduces chances of surgery associated with the life threatening disease necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC).  This reinforces a study in 2009 and points to a new standard of care for these infants.

Even ...

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Fire Prevention Hooks Up a New Friend in Fire Avert – Stops #1 Cause of Home Fires – Before They Start

Fire Prevention hooks up with a new ally this week.

Some years ago, my elderly mom’s home burned to the ground. Fortunately, she was safe. My childhood treasures were not so lucky. Years later the property sold for a fraction of what it was once worth. What a waste! The fire department was unable to determine the cause. My mom couldn’t remember leaving the stove or electric blanket on. We’ll never know. One thing is for sure, if I could dial ...

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BayCare Health Systems & Prolacta Bioscience Set Pace for Premature Infant 100% Breastmilk Diet

Partnership with Prolacta Bioscience (PilmerPR client) Ensures a Safe, Standardized, and Steady Supply of Pasteurized Donor Milk to Meet Feeding Needs of Premature Infants throughout BayCare Health System

CLEARWATER, Fla., July 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — BayCare Health System has announced a partnership with Prolacta Bioscience to ensure a safe, standardized, and steady supply of pasteurized donor breast milk to meet the feeding requirements of their hospitalized premature infant population. Under the partnership, Prolacta will manage the breast milk donor qualification ...

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USU, UofU & BYU – Give Roman a shot!!!! Maybe he’s the next Ziggy in NCAA football

Today’s Daily Herald article on Roman Wendelboe lays out a compelling story of an immigrant child seizing the American Dream to excel academically with dreams of the NCAA football gridiron. I pitched this story to the Herald after hearing of Roman’s Utah High School Hall of Fame induction a couple of months ago.  His story inspires me so.

‘Ziggy’ Ansah made us love him with his path from Africa through

BYU to the NFL. Unassuming, innocent, and driven by ...

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Father’s Day – Dad Still Matters

Father’s Day was a great “daddy payday” for me. All three of my grown children reached out to me in meaningful ways.  I hope to always say I’m an “all in” dad. Of all the public stuff around the holiday, this video warms my heart.  In a day when half of all babies are born into single mother environments, I for one say Dad’s still matter. Thanks for showing up Dad!

 

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