- Cortney Quintero
Red Energy celebrates 10 years
We're proud to be celebrating 10 years this year! Launched in 2008 during an economic recession, Red Energy, US Air Force veteran, minority, woman-owned, small business has experienced significant exponential growth in client contracts leading the agency from a handful of clients during its first year to more than 100 clients to date.
Above: Chef Eric Brenner of Red Gravy, and Red Energy client, demonstrates how to make pasta by hand to guests during our 10th Anniversary Open House.
Specializing in public relations strategies, marketing, branding, executive media training and event management, Red Energy PR continues to offer local and national clients a unique agency experience using a full-service approach.
"Public relations is about sharing a client’s unique story through events, in the news, social media and other digital platforms,” said Amy Sufak, founder and president of Red Energy. "Our agency’s full-service approach helps us connect our clients’ stories and vision with the greater community in a way that’s memorable.”
Above: A decadent spread of locally-crafted fudge, chocolates, wine and champagne filled the space during Red Energy's Open House.
Red Energy has supported PR campaigns for notable organizations including: Nor’wood Development Group, Ent Credit Union, RE/MAX, Bonefish Grill, Smashburger, The Promenade Shops at Briargate, Bestway Disposal, Pikes Peak Hospice & Palliative Care, Discover Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado, and the YMCA among others.
“While many businesses fail within the first few years, I believe that our team’s expertise and ability to change and grow year after year has been the driving force behind our agency’s success,” said Sufak. “The tactics and strategies may change each year, but the goal remains constant – maintaining positive regional and national community leadership, consumer and media relations."