Excellent review on the Colorado Springs Business Journal

Colorado Springs Business JournalAbsolutely love this review on the Colorado Springs Business Journal.  Jen was appreciative when she saw that one of her customers said “The events that I typically go to are ones that are recognizing people within the community. It’s good for networking and for getting to know some of the people that are being recognized.”  How fantastic is that to see from a customer?

ONFIRE REVIEW:

We advertise in the CSBJ to increase awareness of our organization and the importance of early childhood education in the business community. CSBJ readers are a good cross section of people who are interested in knowing more about what’s going on in the business community, and CSBJ does a good job of covering nonprofits.

I’m always impressed with the number of people who respond and say congratulations whenever a new staff person or achievement is announced in CSBJ.

I enjoy reading “People on the Move” because it helps me keep up to date on who is where in the community. The editorials and guest columnists are quite interesting and I like John Hazlehurst’s column a lot.

The events that I typically go to are ones that recognize people within the community. It’s good for networking and for getting to know some of the people that are being recognized.

QUOTES – Pulled from OnFire Review; the reasons people buy
“We advertise in the CSBJ to increase awareness of our organization and the importance of early childhood education in the business community. CSBJ readers are a good cross section of people who are interested in knowing more about what’s going on in the business community, and CSBJ does a good job of covering nonprofits.”

“I’m always impressed with the number of people who respond and say congratulations whenever a new staff person or achievement is announced in CSBJ.”

“I enjoy reading “People on the Move” because it helps me keep up to date on who is where in the community. The editorials and guest columnists are quite interesting and I like John Hazlehurst’s column a lot.”

“The events that I typically go to are ones that are recognizing people within the community. It’s good for networking and for getting to know some of the people that are being recognized.”
Noreen Landis-Tyson, Community Partnership For Child Development

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