KPS3 Las Vegas is Officially Open!

We are excited to officially announce the opening of KPS3 Las Vegas. We opened an office in Las Vegas to better serve our southern Nevada and statewide clients and to offer Las Vegas area businesses a mix of services not typically seen in traditional advertising or PR agencies. In addition to traditional marketing services, we have a web and digital team capable of producing enterprise class web application and automation software, and we’re excited to bring these services to southern Nevada.

As part of the opening of KPS3 Las Vegas, Ruth Furman joined our team as our southern Nevada account director. Ruth has been part of the Las Vegas PR and marketing scene for more than 15 years and brings a wealth of award-winning marketing and PR experience to our clients.

Our new office is located at 2300 West Sahara Avenue, Suite 800.

Our Thoughts

From Entrepreneur to Agency

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The Soundtrack of KPS3

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A couple years back, KPS3 traded in manila folders and job tickets for Slack and Jira. You remember those folders, right? They had a few aliases — “Job Jacket,” “Job Bag,” “Job Folder,” “Dirty Ol’ Brown Bag.” You’d get a job bag with a work order. Do the work. Print out the work. Put the work in the job folder. Put the job folder on the reviewer’s desk. See that stack start to pile up and sneakily go back...