“A Bang Up Job,” Colleen Brannan’s humorous take on the pain of switching stylists, appears in the June issue of Today’s Charlotte Woman. Read the full article and see how her hair hasn’t changed much since age five.
BRANSTORM completely redesigned the website of 26-year-old Indianapolis-based national market research firm Gentleman McCarty in conjunction with the company’s entry into the Charlotte market this month. Check it out at www.gentlemanmccarty.com
For the second time (first in 2010), BRANSTORM President Colleen Brannan has made The Mecklenburg Times 50 Most Influential Women list.
Created to spotlight and recognize the important role women play in the greater Charlotte region, the economy, and society, the honorees represent the most influential women in business, government, education, and not-for-profit fields. They are selected by a panel of independent business leaders based on professional accomplishment and community involvement within the Charlotte area.
To see the full list of honorees or register for the event, click here.
BRANSTORM President Colleen Brannan will serve as a mentor at the Charlotte Business Journal’s Bizwomen Mentoring Monday event on April 7 at the CPCC Harris Conference Center. Brannan, along with more than 50 other influential women in the Charlotte business community, will speed network with attending mentees in the form of five-minute, one-on-one coaching sessions. For more information or to see a full list of mentors, click here.
BRANSTORM PR announced IMPLAN LLC’s acquisition of MIG and relocation to Davidson, NC. Read the press release here. A story appeared on the front page of the Moneywise section of the Sunday 7/28 Charlotte Observer and the Charlotte Business Journal online.
BRANSTORM PR created, promoted and executed Classroom Central’s first-ever Uptown office supply drive on July 11. The goal of the Clearing Out Office Supplies for Classroom Central event, that took place on Disk Plaza at Trade and Tryon, was to remind workers that office supplies make great school supplies.
A lunchtime event featured participation from Mayor Pro Tem Patrick Cannon, Charlotte Center City Partners CEO Michael Smith and CMS Superintendent Dr. Heath Morrison. Media highlights included WCCB’s Wilson’s World, WBT Radio’s Charlotte Morning News, WCNC’s Charlotte Today, The Charlotte Observer and the Charlotte Business Journal. Charlotte Chamber CEO Bob Morgan came bearing office supply gifts and video interviewed Classroom Central Executive Director, Jill Dineen for the Chamber’s e-newsletter.
Most importantly, 14 pallets of office supplies were collected and the Uptown drive will become an annual event.
BRANSTORM PR President and Chair of the Charlotte Chamber’s Metro Chapter, Colleen Brannan, got to talk about one of her favorite topics at the June Metro Chapter Luncheon. Flanked by PR colleagues Adam Bernstein, principal of Carolina PR, and Bruce Hensley, owner of Hensley Fontana PR, the three spent more than an hour educating a packed room about what PR is and isn’t.
Annie Arntz has joined our team as an Account Manager and Graphic Designer. She comes to us from LogoNation in Mooresville where she spent the past two years as a Senior Graphic Designer.
Annie is a 2011 Chapel Hill graduate with a B.A. in Journalism, minor in Spanish and mad graphic design skills. At BRANSTORM, she will split her time between existing account work and new business with a focus on creative services.
Colleen Brannan, founder & president of BRANSTORM PR & Marketing and long-time chamber member, has been named 2013 Chair of the Charlotte Chamber’s Metro Chapter Board of Directors. She served as first vice chair in 2012. See the full board of directors here and Charlotte Business Journal People on the Move piece here.
BRANSTORM PR handled the national announcement of Charlotte-based New American Mortgage’s name change to Movement Mortgage. To learn more about the name change, read the interview with the Charlotte Business Journal’s Adam O’Daniel here and additional coverage here. To learn more about Movement Mortgage, visit their website www.movementmortgage.com