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"national denim day" Discussed on The Dictionary
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"national denim day" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Again. There's a why why you keep on anyway. Once onc- a device for charging storage batteries and to a horse for battle or parade. Maybe because you charge things on a horse so they call it a charger okay. So we had charged chargeable charge accounts charge card charge coupled device charged charge d'affaires charge hand. Charge off charge of quarters charger and charger. Not know about you but charged sound super weird now Let's see What am i going to pick. What am i going to pick. Let's see if there's lots of lots of variations of the word charge shahrzad fair. I'll pick that one. Just because it's a fun french word to say sharp-edged fair charged affair charged a fair okay. Today is may tenth. It is the twenty eighth day of ramadan in canada. It is national denim day in israel it is yum yum rouge liam crucial. Em in france. It is annual slavery remembrance. Day in mexico. It is mother's day in bolivia. It is national journalist day in venezuela it is national artists day like that it is also i am right on the. I'm on the right date. 'em in north carolina and south carolina. It's confederate memorial. day. I'm not sure how much i like that. But that's going on in micronesia. It is constitution day in roman torrey. Utah it is golden spike day. I think that is Probably when they were building the railroad from two different sides and then when they met up they put a golden spike in the middle. And i think later it got stolen so maybe in promontory utah. That's where they put the golden spike. I'm guessing um and then what what other. What fun holidays do we have today. It is national shrimp day so nice to some shrimp and it's also national. Clean your room day so go clean your room once a year all right. That's all we gotta say today. Thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you for listening. And it's next time this is spencer dispensing information goodbye..
"national denim day" Discussed on CultivatED Marketer
"And tonight, my friend and colleague Matt Tidwell will be unable to join us. A little bit a scheduling Snafu and I am buying well, I'm not buying I'm selling two houses. and buying one so got juggling some serious life events right now but. If you've caught us. There was a guest we had was pretty monumental to the Kansas, city marketing and communication community, and that was Mike Swinson and we had such a great time with Mike. That we broke in our discussion with him into interviews. And we spoke with him a few weeks back and in that conversation with Mike we discussed his experience. Lee National Denim, day he was on the forefront of helping establish. That philanthropic event which end up for many years was picked up by Susan. G. Komen and we talked to him about the impetus for that event, which is especially. Important in relevant now, as we're looking at all of these purpose driven companies and be corpse coming to the forefront of. Corporate structures. In this idea that corporations should be working on behalf of the community and purpose should be as much if not more important than prophets. So we talked to Mike about that and completely relevant conversation about the early days of Lee National. Denim Day will also a great deal of time chatting with him about career development and what professionals whether you'd be new in your career. Or your mid career even towards the tail end of your career Mike recently left a position as a high ranking executive within you know pretty prominent PR and Communications Agency here in the Kansas City area and we talked to him about those experiences and win. It's the right time to to leave that role and he may have left that role but based on Mike and his interest we spend a little. Bit of time talking about his next act and when you hear the the quality of the conversation and the quality of Mike's Voice, you pick up why his next act is what it is and so he's going to serve as voice talent. Anyway, we have a great conversation with Mike and we don't want to keep you from it. So again, thanks for joining. US Matt will definitely be back next time. And we hope you enjoy our continued conversation with Mike Swinson. I was GONNA next question at first I thought they weren't related, but they really are I want us to switch topics now a little bit and talk about were primarily in the Kansas City market as everybody knows and a lot of thrust of our show is talking to young marketers right people who are developing themselves in the field, and I know often when people think about Getting into the field they often think that they have to move to the coast right so I've got to go I've got to live in New York or Los Angeles to really work on the really cool quote unquote cool projects but I remember very specifically as as a young PR guy back in the day. How does Berg was a mentor of mine? No, you know how very Well how I always used to say, Hey, guys, great work can happen here in Kansas City and you don't have to move to the coast to work again, kind of those really cool projects for Viseu agree with that. But second, we would that still would that you mentored so many young young professionals in our business. Do you find that that exists and and are we getting better? Maybe at selling that proposition that you can do great things right here in the Midwest. Yeah and I think it's I. Think it's happening I think it's all so that it's a really is happening. I I worked as you note, for an hour for a year before I went to. Barton Evergreen Star of the PR from there so I was able to work with him for. He would say I had a cup of coffee with him. That it was great experience because in that one year I went from my. Career as a journalist and press secretary to understand that everything I learned, I could now use to help promote pest control in Chiampou, which is were my two big clients when Buzzword and. Combat Control but I learned that it's like Oh everything I've learned adapts in migrates in I I can do this. So so that was important in I. Think today what's happening? We saw it happen as Barkley grew over the years is that when we begin to attract people from? Candidates prospective employees from other parts of the country that had never been to Kansas City. Never, step foot in Kansas City until we've loom in for an interview. And they were all two hundred percent were always blown away at what incredible city Kansas City is from every every perspective cultural businesswise beauty everything I mean they're blown away and and then when you get their spouses here. They were blown away. You know if they were if they were married, they had families and all of a sudden it's like people coming in from the coasts also realized one very important thing is cost of living. You have all this wonderful yet this incredible city but I can live a hell of a lot cheaper by can say that then then. Than I can in New York we had a guy who we attracted here a creative for. Who sold his Long Island home for a? Sizable sum embrasse some money to Kansas. City. And didn't have to nearly spend it to buy a new house and you know he was you know is he was blown away. So I think it's it's happened now and you have such. You've always that we've always such a strong creative marketing pr community in Kansas City and there's so many reasons why we have that. We could talk every whole show about why that developed over the years but it did. And we have agencies who are doing national work all the time. Now we have Sony headquarters here the people don't give the people it people around Nerd Sammy headquarters here, companies that adds to it, and also you got we got a strong community of marketing communications professional they're working either corporately agency or nonprofit and award is spreading, and now you've got with the downtown I. Think then I think the linchpin was also what happened downtown. In the last fifteen years in removed downtown in the in the nineties from the suburbs and we've moved fly, we've been to buildings downtown and watching what's happened down there because that's where young people they want that kind of environment. So now we have the kind of environment that is attracting younger generation or keeping more poorly, maybe keeping younger generations here from leading but also able to attract. So I think we got a lot going on I. think it's happening now. Remind your remarks, their remind me Mike of a so you're you're creative pursuits around the the voice and voice acting I, am creative writing until I started my own company but I've workshop with a New York Times bestselling author and he would do a session on finance for authors. And he said right from somewhere else other than New York. Let the editor struggle financially you go ahead and write from Kansas City he lives in Ohio outside of Cleveland. Area, but he's new. York Times. So he goes I, don't have to live in New York to be a New, York Times bestselling author I just need to agree good work right? So.
"national denim day" Discussed on CultivatED Marketer
"On your program accident. Great. I mean obviously pandemic through. Little. Kerr. Ball into that at least I was already used to working from. Home so that was not a big big step down stepped away from crossroads last year July one last year's been almost a year now but at the same time as able to start my own consulting business. So I didn't really retire just kind of repackaged what I'm doing it had several clients been working with. It's been fun doing the work again, I only have to manage myself, which is enough at this point in my career says been funding. The strategy is writing and even dabbling in successfully i. Say doing some meteorologists at in some influence relations again. So it's it's been a lot of fun in the works very interesting. So the votes were taken off yet enforcing that pandemic did throw a little bit of Koerbel that I do get my home studio built, but I'm got plenty of time. So as still horizon that was a long term long term gig anyway. Yeah we're hearing a little of that today, your entree into this very, very nice radio voice. The people are picking up on today were. Thank you. Glad they're need a new voice. We're always several marketers the listen to the show and maybe pick up on your voice talents. They're awesome. Happy to help have we can and I wanNA talk with you about next chapter but I really want to you know I always enjoy talking with you about just this business right marketing communications because you spent so many years on it and did such terrific work and the question it's timely because at this time you know we're living in this area where brands are taking stands right and and you spent so much of your career working with brands to help them take stands particularly near of cause marketing I know you've come and talk to my Class several times about the the cause marketing John Ryan, and maybe it'll just start there because some people may not. I'll I'll just throw out one that I know that you've talked to my class about several times and I think is such a great example for particular for young marketers when we talk about cause marketing being authentic and having longevity and really touching of those basis, talk a little bit about the Lena Dunham Day that you were so involved with that, you know not only in Kansas City but obviously that's that became a a really a truly a phenomenon. How did that start and for you? Why was it meaningful as it caused marketing program. Well, and just as a little bit of context for Lee National. Denim Davies that was the first big program we did. We just we a couple of combination factors. One was we were always been involved in organization called. I press, which is a group of Global Group of independent PR firms. And within that group at that time was Carol Count Who's considered the grandmother of the Mother of cause marketing. So I got to know Carol through I she was still independent before she sewer firm, and at the same time, we also were doing some work for a couple of local clients that that we didn't call it 'cause mark at the time, but we were doing programs in Kansas City that were definitely back community service and and connecting our corporate clients to do good. And then talking to Carol just kind of all came together and I came back from a meeting once from from approx meeting, and we went off to retreat the PR firm and basically put a stake in the ground that said, you know what better public relations is there. Then to have our corporate clients partner with a nonprofit in give back, is there any better pr for a client in? It's always go back to one of my own philosophies which is Reminding clients that you're always investing in a savings account because you're gonNA, need that savings account when things go back. In. So by investing in the community doing things good, we're hopefully building a savings account. So when things go wrong which they do from time to time, we got a little bit of reservoir there to build on. So that was the basis for boom put our stake in the ground because there was not they're not a lot of agencies doing carol was later there are a couple of others in. So here we were able to establish ourselves in Kansas City as eventually as a national player in in costs, and that's really what put us on the national map without that we would have been a great. Regional PR firm. But that gave us the wherewithal to become a national player and then with Lee Jeans. They we've been talking to them knock on the door. A couple of years nothing was happening. They weren't hiring us and they suddenly gave us an opportunity. We built a local project for him, and then they came back and said, look we have a problem we'd like you to solve. We're not gonNA spin advertising dollars on it, but here's the problem. The problem is this. This is the mid nineties leads said that contest people because it's important the mid nineties and here's a company that sells jeans and there's a one phenomena. This just starting to take hold call casual Fridays where some companies are beginning to allow their their employees to wear jeans dress casually on Friday. Well, it's a lot easier for a to dress casual. Friday because they can bring work Akis at a golf shirt whatever were done. Women genes are important part of their their wardrobe and lease cells. So more genes to women than any other genes ban a lot of people didn't realize in lead by the ways based in Kansas. City at the time obviously just left, but they've been canceled he base comey forever they said so we. figure out how to convince companies that were jeans workplace at the same time they told us that they were going to. They made a decision to get involved in some. The cause of breast cancer. So that was not related to their ask was all about. Project of business problem how do we convince companies located where genes the workplace? We collaborated at the office and we put the but weenen putting those two ideas together again mid-nineties breast cancer is not what it is. Today the breast cancer cost it was caused that was not discussed much. 'cause that was just emerging because it was basically considered a women's cancer they winning us the breast sometimes in the media that called women's cancer, and so we put the two ideas together. Wallach came up with this concept of, Hey. What if we go back to Leeann said here's the deal. The first Friday of every October, which is breast cancer awareness month we're GONNA do a program that says go to companies say. Let's wear their jeans on this first Friday of October in exchange for five dollars donation to fight breast cancer support breast cancer, and you can mass at or you don't match up. But you turn into a day you have celebrations in your office and you turn into something and that's ideally McCall, Lee National Denim Day they love the idea we went out and found partner interestingly announced American Cancer Society turned us down because they didn't think this idea would work And so we went to this very little known. Nonprofit at the time called the Susan. G Komen Foundation. Again. Mid Nineties they were just starting. They had their race for the cure, but they had never done any cause marketing and so we approach them they love the idea. So Lee National. Denim. Day became Susan. G Collins I cause marketing program where they were not just a sponsor when the sponsor they were partnering to do appropriate. And while it started bleeding income and so how much money do you think Lena raise week up at our things and said, al. let's raise a million dollars and we were.
"national denim day" Discussed on CultivatED Marketer
"Sear Garden of Opportunity Grows this Bowen. Dwell And Matt it's been weeks man since we talked to one another, it's good to see your smiling face and it's opening day and you have the city royals hat on sport in the royals ear. To be opening day. were. That's just kind of our our script calendar that we're living in and twenty twenty, but it is definitely good to be seeing some other diversions for me or it's being top of mind and that gives me something to do other than sitting curbside waiting for takeout. So. excited. Hey, great to see. You looks like you are. You're in your kind of your, what will be your more typical recording there. I'm feeling very much in my element. You can see now everybody else can't see this, but they hopefully can hear the benefit of it I'm sitting through about I don't know it seems like a truckload of audio foam. I am phoned in I like to tell people I'm the only idiot on the planet that puts his podcast studio when tin can. So it's required a truck load of audio foam to make sure that the echoes totally guilt in this room. But yeah, I'm I'm feeling very much in my element tonight. Yeah. Absolutely. Not Looks Great Yeah. We were talking sports, the royals and I. I am so glad for that diversion as well. I. I don't know if I were called mentioning this to you but my son and his friends started a recreational touch football league and the absences sports was so great i. told him. I said if you aired this on Youtube, people would watch it. Absolutely. For watching a Korean baseball two o'clock in the morning like of my sports fan friends will do anything. We'll do anything for sports and that that reminds me you and I really didn't connect but had a great time last time with Ben Highs lers. We're talking about talking about sports here and he's very much connected into the sports world. So folks may remember if you haven't had a chance to listen the episode where. We had it's episode five. We're getting close to double digits more halfway. We're halfway halfway to double digit double digits. Ben Heisler is an editor for basically the gambling and their fantasy sports section at sports illustrated and great guests to talk about essentially finding a new job because he was finding a new job during the pandemic some great insights on informational interviews for sure. Yeah, I'm so glad you introduced us to him because. multi-talented Guy, who's obviously been very successful. When when he kind of went through that whole story of of just what it took to both search for Orlando job in this very kind of crazy time that we're living in. I think he had obviously some terrific tips are especially I tweeted out that I loved his discussion about the informational interviews I know something that you and I both have done with people at various times. Now, that's a seldom used or are often forgotten strategy effected for Job Searcher. So he was great he was great. Thanks for. No No. Yeah. Welcome to do it and it's been great to get to know him a little bit in here. Also to you know when people think about that informational interview, they think they have to be. You know present with one another face to face and having spoken with him. He was he was tremendous conducting knows in this kind of climate. So still still holding zoom call still looking to connect with people and get to know them and just be genuinely interested in what people were doing i. think is a great insight that he provided and that's what his experience was as he was reaching out to people and saying I'm really just interested in what you're doing and what you're about and and people you generally find people like to talk about themselves. It's good approach. Yeah of their job search now but you know what's nice about the technology's early no reason to lose momentum right? You know I mean we've got plenty of ability to have that more personal connection mobs number be as personal. Face to face from which hopefully will get back to but hey, technology works in nat arenas. Well, just great. And then. People, are catching us now an actually at this point, they've also caught they've caught Ben, and if you're hearing us now you caught the first half of our conversation with Mike Swinson, which is quite a bit different than bends in the sense that not the the beginning or middle of his journey. But with Mike, it was more the end of an era right and but we we asked Mike to Hearken back to some of the things that he was doing with Lee National Denim Day because it's extremely relevant to today's society. You know you look at es Gee I. I've actually been talking with one of my clients that's more. I would say purpose over profit-driven not to say they don't want profits but at the core of their values, the core of their mission is really purpose and helping connect people and they're not a five. Oh One C. Three and this day of core. And these days of es Gee was great to talk to Mike because he was ahead of all that. Yeah, he really was Mike for years and I'm so glad we got a chance to have a wide ranging conversation with him talk about a guy who's respected in Kansas. City. In the public relations field. So many of us know Mike and he's mentor Gash, just countless professional, young mid-career older in just found knowledge. But generally in that area of cause marketing immeasurably National Denim Day and we're going to talk with him a little bit about that. That's a frankly a program that I use students all the time is an example of cause marketing done right? Right. Chevy will talk about this conversation not to get too much away bit Alan Giovanni, program, very authentic in terms of its approach definitive mission real charitable mission that. Delivered on right. So so many times I think with 'cause marketing these days we'll see companies get into it in it ends up being for more or less this kind of almost like a sales promotion. And be very surface level and I. Think you know Mike's Point is these programs need to be authentic they need to be substantial. Any be transparent terms of where the money's going what you're giving us customer in National Denim. They really embody all of those concepts of what makes forbid cause marketing and Mike in fact, really became a national leader Martin field in through you know he worked at Barclay for many years for those who don't know Mike Rann, there, tr shop of when it. Was Barklay and then later on became crossroads PR and you know work obviously for leave but also don't think of programs like Sonics language learning program was a big win his agents. You didn't talk to my classes about that as well. Just a huge fan of Mike in I, know we sort of started on one agenda but with somebody that experienced right in his done that many things it sort of goes off in two or three other different directions. So I think listeners really relate jor. There's a there's a lot to get out of the conversation with Mike and you hit on the idea of cause marketing truly needing to be authentic and at the core of what you do, which is so apropos for today, I actually had a conversation with one of my clients earlier in the week talking about black lives matter and the notion of I. Don't know if you've seen much of this but I actually saw some of this going on this last week prior on linked in where you have activists. That are going out calling out companies saying, okay. We had the George Floyd incident that transpired all these companies came out in support made a statement around diversity inclusion and all the things they were going to be doing, and then they went dark they went quiet..
"national denim day" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"All of this it's awesome it's awesome it's a great thing to do obviously at this time be creative make lemonade what you get the lemons add us up to do that with your backyard good on your happy national peace rose day today is national zipper Dave nationals upper deck I will always was to say about this like zipper is you know other basic adventure I like it on a hoodie it makes me think of there's something about Mary it could be dangerous also not much more frustrating in the world then when the simple breaks like a lot of things in the world break but is super it's like one little piece of battle is out of place and all of a sudden and the second thing snaps it's fixable a lot of things break in life I like things that are fixable the first not fixable little barber about that national super days today do without whatever you want just make sure your fly is not down today is national denim day one of the odd Todd Dow basketball data day because if you are wearing dead up in the middle of stay at home borders you are officially doing it wrong there was the article in the LA times couple weeks ago about how everybody should continue to dress professionally even for soup meetings or whatever even though working from home and I I got out of this role reaction to the articles like this is disgusting I have got three pairs of shorts are really like and four pairs of sweats and I have not worn any else that's seven items I could do laundry once a week in the fight why all birth what I put on a collared shirt and jeans jeans are made we've had a couple of nice barefoot blue Jean vice recently but no no but happy national denim day normally I'm all about you but now right now my jeans or what or where the hell I did for the last month and a half it's also national shrimp scampi day I was slow to see put in my life because my dad didn't like it so we never had a when I was.
"national denim day" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Soon old navy and old navy dot com. Valid six ten to six eighteen excludes gift cards today, only and today only deals store clearance. Register lane items and jewelry. Does tomorrow is the fourteenth of June yesterday was a garbage day for national days today, or today is garbage day for national days. So I expect there to be better ones. Today. Well, let's hope tomorrow, it is where blue day plan accordingly. What it is. The Friday before Father's Day, so blue being men's health. Okay thing it is very health month men's health week. Right. I always want to know what the reasoning is. Yeah. Because I'm not getting burned by national denim day anymore. I'm not having a repeat of that. Yeah. So okay, so this is like men's health. Like baseball. They do the blue thing right now. Look at our uniforms and the rats the baby blue. Yeah. So got so we're blue tomorrow. Tomorrow. Also armies birthday. June fourteenth seventeen seventy five. The army US army was formed big fans of the army big fans of lemme enunciate better big fans of the army. The army not big fans of army West Point. Right. Army dash West Point. Yeah. So happy birthday, those of you listening down at fort Carson, or just whoever army veterans unless you went to West Point. And then you're the enemy, right? Also tomorrow it is a national flag day. This was a June fourteenth seventeen seventy seven. So put out your flag tomorrow. International Beth day. So Ryan is your one day to clean up? That I. I really don't know how I ever took a bath. It is so disgusted is, is really gross, and it just like it's not even it's not even just the sitting in your own filth that stuff. But it's just like I can't even look at myself for that long, like just sitting there like oh, it's just so bad take a shower people. Also, national pop goes the weasel day. Yes, we were talking about the nursery rhyme. Was that third base who had pop goes away? Easel the weasel goes pop. Yeah. Third base. Crave. Ray. Cole. Also tomorrow here, here's when you could celebrate national flip day. So where blue and where your flip flops? I have blue flip-flops. There you go. Perfect. So I don't like how much, though that I get one, one of our bosses like always brings it up. Always mentions it. Yeah. And makes me incredibly self conscious about that and win, because I normally wear Damian, Lillard shoes. So they're red. And I wear other read stuff because, you know, Manchester United or chiefs or whatever just like the color red, and he always says that stuff, and it makes me feel self conscious. So I try not to wear the flip flops except tomorrow's Friday, it's gonna be really hard for me, not to wear flip flops. Yeah. So I might wear them in just void him. Yeah. It's Merle also national bourbon day. That sounds good. Enjoy some bourbon and finally national strawberry shortcake day. So they're your food for tomorrow. That's a good one. Yeah. You actually these were these days were much, much better. Shortcake or angel food cake angel food. Yeah, that is the correct answer, but strawberry shortcake good too. Yeah. So now that the Saint Louis blues have won the Stanley Cup now. We get to hear all the fun stories about guys doing very inappropriate things with the Stanley thing weird things. Many Baird baby butts will be placed in into Lord Stanley's Cup her Saco just had a baby or is wife down. Yeah. Hey, he as a father, I get you get credit for it, too. Well he was played hockey while it happens. So. He caused it. So. Before we hear all these amazing stories about what the blues decide to do with it. I'm asking you wheels if you had one day with the Stanley Cup, what would you do with it? Probably eat as much food out of his I could figure out to eat out of it clearly you wake up. And we'd cereal view by dish for at least for the whole day. It'd be by one dish. I'd eat surreal out of it clean it make the keeper clean it. Maybe because he knows how to clean it properly. Eat lunch out of it. I don't care what I'm eating if I'm eating a sandwich, the sandwiches place Tyneside of it, Clinton it again. And for dinner, I'm having pasta out of it because I, I remember a few years ago somebody had pasta out of it, and I'm doing that. That's what I'm doing. Eating out of it. Okay. I am a little bit fuzzy on. Do I get it at like? You probably get like lunchtime, right? It arrives sometime in the afternoon. Maybe it'd arise the night before the night before seven o'clock. Okay. So if I do that. I get a full day, right? I'm just trying to figure out my tenor airy. I would. I think I would carry it around wherever I went. That's I think that's a given though. Yeah. Yeah. You know, just leave it at home. When you go somewhere like. Yeah. Yeah. It's my day with the Cup, but I. It's at home. I didn't wanna bring it out to the movie, I would. I would go and do couples things to get with the cut. So I'd go couples massage. And I've weighed the Stanley Cup next to me and make them massage the Stanley Cup. I would go to a movie. Yeah. Movies too dark, though. And you got to do it, go to a movie because I write it system where we're note, people notice it right. It'd be like ticket. It'd be like mystery sightseer three thousand where they see you. And then they see this thing next to you. And it's like what is going on over there? Right. So you do the couple's massage. They go to the movie and you ask for senior discount, because the Cup is very old should get a senior discount. And then you go to dinner at a fancy restaurant in sit the Stanley Cup across from you. Of course. Then you. Sleep with it, of course, in your bed like a teddy bear. And then the next morning you wake up and you your favorite Ciro out of it. So I'd really only eat one thing out of it, and that would be cereal. Okay. I don't know. I may drink beer out of it. Okay. So I may add that to the mix, as you could tell I really haven't thought that much about it, but. I would basically go on a date with the Stanley Cup horseback riding maybe horseback riding with the Stanley Cup. That's what I would do that might be awkward. Could be. But I want to I want to do it a carriage ride that would that would be good carriage ride. Yeah. Please next you and. Going for a stroll. Two eight six zero zero four six. If you have the Stanley Cup for a day, what would you do with it? We'll take your thoughts and wrap up. Our number two next on extra sports thirteen hundred. No, an ad from dad..