SALT LAKE CITY – August 31, 2016 – Love Communications, one of Salt Lake City’s top full-service advertising, digital and public relations firms, welcomes new client, AVASIS to its sophisticated roster. AVASIS is the developer of a construction management software that for the first time, brings together all stakeholders on a project to one platform, including the lender. (more…)
SALT LAKE CITY, March 22, 2016 – Love Communications – one of Salt Lake City’s top full-service advertising and public relations firms – had bold representation at Utah’s 2016 ADDY Awards celebration hosted by American Advertising Federation last Saturday, March 19. While a Gold ADDY Award was not given in all categories at the annual award show, Love Communications is the proud recipient of the highest recognition awarded in six categories: (more…)
SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 15, 2015 – Salt Lake City-based Love Communications has been awarded a 2015 Top Workplaces honor by The Salt Lake Tribune. The award was based on several aspects of workplace culture including alignment, execution and connection, to name a few. Love Communications is a 16-year-old full service advertising, PR and marketing firm that employs 40 marketing professionals.
SALT LAKE CITY – August 24, 2015 – Love Communications, which celebrates 16 successful years in business in August, announced adding a Content and Consumer Engagement Department to the full-service advertising, digital and PR firm. Veteran communications expert, Melanie McBride, formerly of Phoenix, Arizona, will be heading the newly-organized department.
SALT LAKE CITY, June 15, 2015 – Love Communications – one of Salt Lake City’s top full-service advertising and public relations firms – continues to grow in 2015 with the addition of three new employees – PR account coordinator Raphael Magre, account coordinator Maddy Wood and web developer Joe Broderick. (more…)
–Love Communications’ Founding Partner Honored for Lifetime Achievement–
SALT LAKE CITY – Local political leaders, Utah advertising and media representatives and members of the Salt Lake business community were on hand today as Tom Love, President and Founding Partner of Salt Lake City-based advertising agency Love Communications, was honored by the American Advertising Federation of Utah (AAF-Utah) with its highest recognition, the 2015 Silver Medal Award.
This is the 50th anniversary of the award in Utah. The Silver Medal is the highest honor the advertising profession can award to a member. It represents a lifetime of achievement in the ad industry.
Recognized by American Association of Political Consultants for VOTE.UTAH.GOV campaign
SALT LAKE CITY – A public awareness campaign featuring Utah Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox and promoting the assets of the state’s VOTE.UTAH.GOV website has been recognized by the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) with five of its top honors, gold “Pollie” awards.
The campaign was developed and produced by Salt Lake City-based Love Communications, which created the work in conjunction with the Lt. Governor’s office. Love entered the Vote campaign in just seven categories to earn its five gold Pollies, which were announced late last week at the AAPC 2015 Annual Pollie Awards and Conference in New Orleans. With more than 2,400 entries, this year’s contest was the largest in AAPC history.
“It’s exciting to see the growth of the industry reflected in the Pollie Awards,” said AAPC President Art Hackney. “We continue to refine categories, making the contest easier to enter – yet harder to win. This year’s winners represent the very best in business of politics.”
Lieutenant Governor Spencer J. Cox will read the newly published book Monte and the World of Possibilities to children in an effort to inspire young kids to begin dreaming of what they want to be when they get older. Utah System of Higher Education created the book for elementary school students, particularly 2nd and 3rd graders, to help promote literacy and encourage children to follow their dreams by attending college.
Lt. Governor Spencer J. Cox, joined by Utah’s System of Higher Education
Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 10 a.m.
The City Library
210 E. 400 South
Salt Lake City, Utah
To locate a virtual version of the book and activity sheets, please visit http://www.stepuputah.com/ebook/digital-monte
Fraternal Order of Police, Professional Firefighters of Utah; Salt Lake County Firefighters IAFF all agree that Winder’s Working
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 20, 2014 – The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Utah Lodge #2 is among the most recent law enforcement or safety labor unions to announce its endorsement of incumbent Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder in his 2014 bid for reelection.
The organization formally announced its endorsement today at a media event attended by Winder supporters, including representatives from two other labor unions that have endorsed the Sheriff – the Unified Fire Authority IAFF (local 1696) and the Professional Firefighters of Utah.
Utah’s health insurance marketplace has doubled in enrollments over the past two years
SALT LAKE CITY, Oct. 13, 2014 – Love Communications, a full-service advertising and PR firm in Salt Lake City, has launched a new campaign for Avenue H, Utah’s Small Business Health Insurance Marketplace, featuring testimonials from a cross section of owners, operators and employees of small Utah businesses who are enrolled.
The campaign emphasizes the benefits of using Avenue H for employers and employees, such as selection, controlling costs and ease of use. Avenue H allows an employer to offer a variety of health insurance options to its employees rather than trying to make one size fit all. And, employers can control costs by contributing a set amount each month to their employees’ health premiums.
Love Communications created new billboards, six television and radio advertisements, and digital ads that include remarks from long-time journalist and general manager of KPCW, Larry Warren; KPCW reporter, host and producer, Lynn Ware Peek; Kelli Fratto, public relations supervisor for Love Communications and Steve Bollinger, owner/operator of TV Specialists.
“Avenue H gave us an objective look at what was available in the insurance marketplace and let us make an independent, intelligent decision,” said Warren in a television advertisement. “We can give each employee an allowance, we know what that allowance will be at the start of the year, and we can budget accordingly. Each employee gets to make their decisions, so it takes the burden off of me to dictate what kind of coverage they get.”
Utah’s viable, state-run health insurance marketplace, Avenue H, was made in Utah for Utahns, and it is a true success story, where other states have failed. Utah small business owners who have not been able to offer health insurance to their employees in the past, are discovering that they now can afford to through Avenue H. Nearly 500 groups have enrolled and 12,000 Utahns are receiving health care coverage, and it continues to grow. Employees can choose between more than 70 Qualified Health Plans; three insurers including Select Health, United Health Care and Arches Health Plan; health savings accounts; dental plans and now out-of-state plans.
For more information on enrollment, visit www.AvenueH.com.
About Love Communications
Love Communications is a full-service advertising and marketing firm based in Salt Lake City. The 40-person agency reported capitalized billings of approximately $40 million last year and operates under the direction of partners Tom Love, Rich Love, Preston Wood, and Alan Reighard.