The New Dixie Highway Project promises to transform one of the city’s most traveled corridors into a safer, more inviting roadway.  Dixie Highway suffers a fatality rate three times higher than comparable highways, and its daily traffic count rivals some interstates.  Today, Dixie Highway is seeing rapid improvements including connected and wider sidewalks and new turn lanes, with more enhancements coming over the next several months. C2 Strategic Communications has helped tell the New Dixie

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April 27 was both Arbor Day and a celebration of Ecotech's planting of almost 5,000 trees over the last five years across Kentucky and Southern Indiana. Ecotech is a leading provider of industrial, commercial, residential and recycling collection services around the region and committed to planting 10,000 trees over a decade.    New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan joined the celebrations by helping with tree plantings. Its plantings – part of the 10,000 Trees Partnership – included

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Over the past two years, Omni Hotels & Resorts has worked with C2 Strategic Communications to build excitement around the company's new hotel in downtown Louisville. The success of that partnership made C2 a natural fit for Lincoln Property Group, property manager for the luxury apartment community in the Omni building. The Residences at Omni occupies the 16th through 29th floors of the building. All 225 units are now available for lease and the first residents will

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We’re growing again! C2 Strategic has added two new talented communicators, bringing our team to 11 people and providing support to serve our clients’ needs.   Andrea Brady Andrea Brady Andrea joins as senior strategist, bringing more than 20 years of agency and corporate communications experience that includes transportation, health care and health insurance, senior housing, legal, manufacturing, education, workforce development, local and national foundations, distilled spirits, restaurants and community service. After working with Andrea

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Hope Scarves founder Lara MacGregor

Hope Scarves founder Lara MacGregor was first diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 30 years old and seven months pregnant. A friend of hers who faced cancer sent her a package containing encouraging notes of hope and several hand-me-down scarves in case she lost her hair. In 2012, MacGregor founded Hope Scarves with the intent to capture the stories of courageous women and encourage others by passing along scarves and stories of hope. Today,

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