Know Your Rental Market with Holly Toenjes

CCPR client Holly Toenjes notes that “Although Denver and the surrounding area’s rental market is strong, there is now a distinct softening. The major reason for the market softening is the glut of “luxury rentals” hitting the market in 2019. We see them in nearly every neighborhood along the Front Range  ̶  familiar corner gas […]

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How Companies Can Win with Philanthropy

Tony Smith with R&R Engineers writes “When companies create opportunities for employees to give back to their community, it reinforces a commitment to focus on more than themselves and their bottom-lines. Moreover, the modern workforce has new expectations for their employers. They expect to find a company that encourages volunteering activities. Not having such activities […]

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To patent or not to patent: That is the question

Prospective clients routinely ask whether getting a patent makes sense given that she would not likely be able to afford the cost of the lawsuit necessary to enforce the patent and stop an infringer. The truth is that patent infringement litigation is expensive; attorneys’ fees alone usually exceed $1 million in a case taken through […]

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Balistreri Vineyards joins Capital City client roster

Capital City Public Relations is excited to welcome Denver’s Balistreri Vineyards to its roster of clients. Balistreri Vineyards is a family-owned and operated winery that produces award-winning wines traditionally handcrafted without the addition of sulfites or other chemicals. Its tasting room and vineyard are located just 10 minutes from downtown Denver. The winery offers tours and tastings […]

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