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written by Stephanie Kruse on Dec, 01 2010
Scott joined KPS3 marketing in 2003 as a marketing communications account coordinator before joining the agency’s management team in 2007. He specializes in integrated marketing communication, strategic communications campaigns and media relations and will continue to oversee much of the public relations efforts for KPS3’s clients due to his...
written by Rob Gaedtke on Nov, 23 2010
The Law Offices of Freeman and Riggs LLP, a criminal defense law firm serving Nevada and California, officially launched its new website, FreemanAndRiggs.com, developed and designed by KPS3 Marketing. The site was created to showcase the firm's extensive experience in criminal defense law and provide more useful information for persons charged...
written by Stephanie Kruse on Nov, 11 2010
KPS3 Marketing has announced that Rob Gaedtke has joined the agency as vice president of creative services. Gaedtke brings an extensive background in digital marketing and technology to KPS3 and will oversee and manage the agency's creative team in supplying clients with strategic and creative solutions and products. Gaedtke will bring a depth of...
written by Kevin Jones on Nov, 01 2010
On Oct. 31, 2010, Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) opened the new RTC 4TH STREET STATION to the public. The station is located on the corner of 4th and Lake streets in downtown Reno. The $13 million project employed 457 construction workers and included $4 million in Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus money....
written by admin on Sep, 17 2010
A website, irefill.org, being designed and produced by KPS3 with the Washoe County Health District and Truckee Meadows Water Authority will provide more information on what you can do to eliminate or cut back your use of plastic bottles. It will allow you to take a pledge and get your own reusable water bottle.  
written by admin on Aug, 23 2010
Moana Nursery has launched its new website designed by KPS3. It is designed to better serve Moana’s clients and further expand the garden center’s brand and experience. The website offers site visitors a wealth of information regarding timely tips, high desert gardening and landscaping. Moana Nursery worked with KPS3 Marketing to develop and...
written by Mike McDowell on Aug, 09 2010
The City of Sparks has selected KPS3 Marketing to design the city's new website. KPS3 will re-engineer the structure of the website for a better online experience while incorporating the City's new brand look and feel. The site will make it easier for residents, visitors and the business community to find information, resources and events within...
written by admin on Jul, 14 2010
KPS3 has partnered with the Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce and the Reno Gazette-Journal to offer Online Boot Camp to the community's small businesses. Online Boot Camp is a crash course in Internet marketing, offered free to the small businesses in our community. Courses are progressive and are scheduled every Wednesday morning starting on July...
written by admin on Jun, 21 2010
KPS3 has announced it will move its offices to downtown Reno and has signed a five-year lease with Basin Street Properties to move into its 50 W. Liberty St. building. KPS3 will occupy 2,142 square feet of office space in the 249,349 square foot facility owned by Basin Street Properties, a prominent west coast real estate investor in commercial...
written by Mike McDowell on May, 10 2010
KPS3 worked with the NPHF to create and launch a new website for the organization designed to further public health information in Nevada, as well as expand NPHF's brand, history, knowledge and expertise.To create the new website, KPS3 worked with NPHF to determine and define audiences, usability functions, navigation needs, administration needs,...

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