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Chamber scores a touchdown

It’s not often Omaha finds itself in middle of the NFL conversation — especially during the playoffs. The Kansas City Chiefs is the closest team (in proximity) we’ve got and, for many fans, that’s a sensitive subject after their loss against Indy two weeks ago.

Creighton Prep earns an A+

I am a communicator at heart, so it was very satisfying to me that my alma mater – Creighton Preparatory High School – did an exemplary job yesterday when announcing its decision to begin mandatory random drug and alcohol testing of students in the fall of 2014.

Racing toward your goals

It is a new year. The time of year many of us consider making changes to help us lead happier, healthier lives. On New Year’s Day, I laced up my tennis shoes for the first time in over six weeks.

Movie promotional strategy is “kind of a big deal”

Whether you love him or he grates on your nerves, Ron Burgundy has been unavoidable lately. In preparation for the Dec. 18 release of “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” Ron, in his full pant suit, has been everywhere from TV commercials to ice cream and even appeared on a real newscast in North Dakota.

Game-changing PR

I love football. I love the strategy involved. I love the execution of the game. I love watching the big playmakers.

Food (tweets) for thought

I know I’m not the only one who will be snapping a picture of a golden turkey this week before a carving knife and my Thanksgiving guests dig into the feast.

Taking a page from the PR playbook

What a busy week it’s been for Nebraska football – both its fans and especially its coach. After a disappointing loss to UCLA last weekend at home in Memorial Stadium, attention quickly turned away from the game itself to Bo Pelini,

Network your way to the top

Last week, several members of the Albers team attended the Public Relations Society of America’s Midwest District Conference, held at the Embassy Suites in downtown Omaha.