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Holly O'Driscoll
Works at Communications Strategies Unlimited
Attended Boston Universtiy
Lives in Reno, Nevada
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love this kitchen! 
[...] you want to categorize it — sweat equity, a labor of love, building a dream — Mac McReddie applied it to 6 Lorita Ave. in Piedmont. For 18 years McReddie and his wife have raised their children in the idyllic East Bay city. “The roof was leaking and the home was neglected, but the foundation was in great shape and the oversized joists really impressed me,” McReddie said. About a decade ago the couple renovated the kitchen by blowing out ...
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Real estate agents who want to “farm” for listings take note: Do it wrong and you alienate entire neighborhoods. Each tactic below is a valid way to generate business – when done right. It’s a fine line.The three cases below happened to friends and neighbors. Each offended several potential clients. The agents (all were new) not only hurt their own business, they hurt their agency’s reputation.Three real cases: Canvasing the neighborhood. Sounds ...
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8 a.m. this morning ... ! 
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Recently, I set out to identify the top-four athletes in the history of Northern Nevada’s large-class high schools. The project took more than 80 hours to complete and included feedback from the athletic directors of each school, although the final (and often difficult) decisions came down to me. I started with a list of 10-15…
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good article!  Don't know if I'd do it! 
Unpleasantly pudgy? Allergic to exercise? Give yourself over to Austria’s elite spas and watch the pounds melt away. Owen Matthews reports on the pleasures of vegetable broth and colonic irrigation.
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Too much information can be a bad thing! 
Real estate agents who want to “farm” for listings take note: Do it wrong and you alienate entire neighborhoods. Each tactic below is a valid way to generate business – when done right. It’s a fine line.The three cases below happened to friends and neighbors. Each offended several potential clients. The agents (all were new) not only hurt their own business, they hurt their agency’s reputation.Three real cases: Canvasing the neighborhood. Sounds ...
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Marketing that gets too personal turns people off ... here are three examples ... 
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Great advice -- and practical ways -- to help us achieve our potential. 
All through my professional work history as a child abuse social worker, psychotherapist, corporate trainer and career/leadership coach, I have always embraced the power of positive emotional health.
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Professional writer, editor, pubic relations strategist
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Social Media, Content Marketing, Media Relations
Employment
  • Communications Strategies Unlimited
    Principle, 2013 - present
    Creating content, improving public image and awareness of individuals and businesses. Get noticed, get your message out.
  • Miller Heiman
    Senior Marketing Specialist, 2012 - 2013
  • Octane Fest
    Publicst/Public Relations director, 2009
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Reno, Nevada
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I am a communications, public relations and marketing professional with a strong journalism foundation.
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My expertise covers corporate publications, social media, newspapers, business consulting and community relations. I have a strong analytic background from covering business, education, special events, tourism, economic growth, real estate and outdoor adventures.
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Raised 3 outstanding kids -- all of whom earned significant scholarships
Education
  • Boston Universtiy
    Communications
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Female