Venture managing partner Mike Geisler declares "retail is alive and well" in North Texas
MY2 worked with Miguel Forbes to publish this Q&A on Forbes.com, "Charity Network founder Todd Wagner innovates in pursuit of giving back"
We are pleased to announce that MY2 PR has been selected to provide publicity for Todd Wagner and the Charity Network, made up of three leading consumer-facing online platforms raising money for cause: CharityBuzz, Prizeo and Chideo. We look forward to helping raise awareness of this "One-Stop Cause Shop!"
As part of a PR strategy highlighting Venture Commercial's 15th anniversary, MY2 approached the Dallas Business Journal's commercial real estate reporter Candace Carlisle, who wrote this "Power Players" article profiling managing partner Mike Geisler.
As featured in Bisnow DFW Real Estate...
Venture's Chris Gibbons talks about the state of Big Box retail in DFW in this exclusive Q&A with commercial real estate publication GlobeStreet.
MY2 is working with Chideo to launch the #RunwithMeb experience, to send one lucky runner and a friend to San Diego to train with Meb Keflezighi. The campaign benefits the Boston Marathon champion's MEB Foundation for youth.
"I created the MEB Foundation to teach our youth the importance of 'Maintaining Excellence Balance' in life, as I believe that balance has helped me overcome many obstacles and achieve success," said Keflezighi. "Chideo gives me a place where I can connect with avid runners across the world, share my experiences, and work together to give youth the opportunity to succeed."
MY2 secured coverage in The Courier-Journal, the daily newspaper in Jennifer Lawrence's hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, promoting the experience that will send one lucky fan and a guest to the premiere of their movie "Serena."
MY2 pitched Venture Managing Partner Mike Geisler whose insight into the retail market appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of the new quarterly Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review
Venture Commercial was featured in Bisnow after helping another new client enter the DFW market. Chicago-based Al's Italian Beef restaurants will open in Addison later this year. For this photo, broker Jim Dunn got Al's marketing team to send him sandwich wrap paper so they could pretend they were eating real Al's Italian Beef sandwiches!