This year, for the first time, Swanson Russell submitted entries in the Construction Marketing Association STAR awards. These awards recognize marketing excellence among construction industry professionals.
As we blow out the candles on our 50th year, co-owners Dave Hansen and Brian Boesche reflect on what's kept us ticking for half a century. And what keeps us coming back for more.
Grammar geek. Nerd. Dork. I’ve been called it all, but frankly, I’m proud of these nicknames. Proper grammar and punctuation are crucial to many aspects of the professional world, and I welcome any opportunity to share a few grammar tips to those willing to learn. Whether it’s applying for a job, submitting a project to a client, or simply creating a report for your boss, grammar usage can hugely reflect who you are and how capable you are, professionally.
I recently attended a Content Strategy meet up in Omaha lead by Kristina Halvorson, one of the most important voices in the content strategy conversation, and a co-author of Content Strategy for the Web. To be quite honest, I was a little overwhelmed being in a room full of developers and interactive-types that had specific questions and well-defined reasons for being there. But as the conversation got going, I realized that I deal with content planning and content strategy all the time – just maybe not always in the context of the Web.
For generations to come, Swanson Russell employees will recount the day sausage was tossed freely and beer inspired cheer for all. The day we learned the true meaning of mediocre polka dancing. The day of Oktobeerfest: Extreme Sausage Edition. At least we have a delicious video to keep you full until next year.
Oom-pah! Check it out.