JohnstonWells named one of top professional service PR firms by
Friday, 14 February 2014 17:24

The independent authority on public relations, named JohnstonWells one of the top 10 PR firms for professional services for February 2014. Read the full story at PRWeb

Happy Birthday to....JohnstonWells!
Wednesday, 02 October 2013 21:56

Yesterday, our team at JohnstonWells celebrated the firm's 42nd birthday.

"It's been an interesting time going from a young woman to a wiser older woman. I've learned a lot over the years. Some I wish I could take back and some that I'm very proud of," said Gwin Johnston, CEO and Founder of JohnstonWells.

Thanks to all of the clients we've worked with over the years and to the friends who supported us along the way - we wouldn't have come this far without all of you!

JohnstonWells hires new social media specialist
Thursday, 12 September 2013 16:29

JohnstonWells welcomed a new face to the team this week. Serr Her has been hired to manage social media strategies for the firm and its clients.

Serr’s interest in social media began early in his teenage life, when he discovered a social media platform known as Asian Avenue. Since those early days of social media, Serr has continued to indulge himself into his personal social media sites. Serr’s previous experience includes managing social media for Denver Hmong Alliance Church. He also managed social media efforts for the SALT young adults conference at Wheaton College.

Serr graduated from the University of Colorado Denver in Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations and a minor in marketing. He also received a public relations certificate from the Communication school at UCD.

Gwin Johnston judges PRSA's Silver Anvil Awards for 32nd year
Monday, 01 April 2013 19:23

For the 32nd year, Gwin Johnston was invited to be a judge for the 2013 Silver Anvil Awards. The awards, which are held by Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), are given to organizations who have reached the highest levels of professional achievement in public relations.

“I learn something new every year in the Silver Anvil competitions.  This year my lesson was that you can’t win a Silver Anvil without measurable objectives.  Surprisingly, many of the entries didn’t contain them.”

Edelman founder passes away at age 92
Tuesday, 15 January 2013 21:03

JohnstonWells joins the public relations community across the world in remembering the life of Dan Edelman, founder of the global PR firm, Edelman.

According to AdAge, Edelman died of heart failure early Tuesday morning. He was 92. A renowned public relations pioneer, Edelman had run his own independent firm for the past six decades.

"I was always amazed at Dan's success in creating a global firm," said JohnstonWells CEO, Gwin Johnston. "When we partnered with the firm years ago, I was also impressed with the quality of people we worked with at Edelman's San Francisco office."

JohnstonWells assisted Edelman with a crisis situation for Odwalla in the mid-90s, when an E.coli outbreak was traced back to the juice manufacturer. The project received a Best of Silver Anvil award from PRSA in 1997. Former JohnstonWells employee, Darby Doll currently works in Edelman's Hong Kong office.

Lerch Bates Hires JohnstonWells
Monday, 22 October 2012 14:29

Burj DubaiLerch Bates, the world’s largest and oldest elevator consulting company has hired JohnstonWells to conduct public relations efforts on its behalf.

The company, headquartered in Denver, has done consulting on elevator construction and operations in many of the world’s tallest buildings.  And, because so many buildings are now shaped differently, Lerch Bates also has created a new specialty – facade access, enabling building owners and managers to clean windows and repair the façade of the building should it be required.

JohnstonWells celebrates 41 years in business
Thursday, 04 October 2012 21:19

JW bday cake

Gwin Johnston and the team at JohnstonWells are celebrating the firm’s 41st birthday this week.

“The past 41 years have been both challenging, and a lot of fun.” said Gwin Johnston, CEO and Founder of JohnstonWells. “A lot has changed in the public relations industry since 1971. In fact, when I started the firm I used a manual typewriter. That was before faxes, before computers – I’ve seen lots of changes in how we do our business."

Here are a couple of fun facts about JohnstonWells you might not know:

JohnstonWells begins work with Allonhill
Tuesday, 21 August 2012 20:39

JohnstonWells has been hired to create a public relations program for Allonhill, a Denver-based financial service company that is working to build credibility in the mortgage industry through mortgage due diligence and credit risk management solution.

“In the few weeks we have worked with JohnstonWells, we have already begun to see positive results.” said Sue Allon, CEO and Founder of Allonhill. “We’re looking forward to a mutually beneficial relationship.”

JW mourns the death of Dan Peterson
Thursday, 26 July 2012 17:04

Dan PetersonThe team at JohnstonWells mourns the death of Dan Peterson, who was tragically killed in a hit-and-run accident while riding his bike in Downtown Denver on July 22.

A senior associate at JohnstonWells since 2010, Dan will be remembered for his dedication to his clients and his love of the outdoors, especially the Colorado mountains.

JohnstonWells CEO judges Silver Anvil Awards for the 31 year
Tuesday, 27 March 2012 18:51

Gwin Johnston, Silver Anvil judgeJohnstonWells CEO, Gwin Johnston, was a senior judge for the Public Relations Society of America Silver Anvils Awards, one of the most prestigious awards in the public relation profession, which was held in New York City on Friday, March 23.

“I still learn a lot by being a judge,” said Gwin Johnston. “In the 31 years I have judged the Silver Anvils, winners are usually organizations that have hired public relations firms. That doesn’t mean public relations firms are smarter than the people they serve. They just know how to put awards together.”

JohnstonWells donates books to Mile High Montessori
Monday, 12 March 2012 17:04

Mile High Montessori

Today, the team at JohnstonWells Public Relations donated more than 50 books to low-income children at the Mile High Montessori Early Learning Centers.

Since January, JohnstonWells has sought the community’s assistance to expand Mile High Montessori’s lending library by asking people to donate new or gently-used books. The initiative is part of the JW’s celebration of 40 years in business.

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