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2016 Holiday Retail Sales Forecast

With the end of each year comes the holiday retail season, a time when some retailers can see over thirty percent of their annual revenue arrive. Holiday sales are a sign of economic direction and consumer sentiment for both the year that was and the year that’s arriving. So what type of retail sales activity […]

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Creative Neighbor Wanted: Drake Cooper Building

We’re looking for a friendly and fun tenant for our building. Please contact Thornton/Oliver/Keller if it’s you! 6,000 Square Feet Recent renovation   Modern open floor plan Entry/reception area Two glass and two traditional offices Two conference rooms Open kitchen Secure IT room Bike-friendly lobby Built in 1919 the Drake Cooper Building at 416 South […]

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Elections & Economics – A Second Look

Earlier this year, we wrote about how presidential elections have little impact on consumer spending. Another question that has been raised is: Will the presidential election affect U.S. financial markets? Our answer in three words: It probably won’t. In the immediate term after a presidential election, there is no evidence that financial markets react drastically across […]

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What We Learned: The Best Marketing News Of September

There’s never a shortage of marketing news. But sifting through it all and separating the actionable and meaningful from the hype and headline-grabbing is always a tedious job. And yet, that’s exactly what we’ve attempted to do here. What follows are the key stories from last month that top marketers should pay attention to. In […]

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18 Summers and Vitamin ID Win Big at ESTO

This has been the third round of award shows for 2016 and we can barely begin to express how thankful we are for such a successful year. Starting with the local Rockie Awards, to the esteemed Effies, we were off to a great year. Earlier this month, our team returned from the Education Seminar for Tourism […]

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Sophie and her Neonatologist: A NICU Success Story

Neonatologist Stewart Lawrence, M.D., was recently honored as a 2014 NICU Hero by Mead Johnson Nutrition and Hand to Hold, a national nonprofit Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Dr. Lawrence practices at Saint Alphonsus with Mountain States Neonatology, an affiliate … Continue reading

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Sisters Embrace the New in the Heart of Africa

Saint Alphonsus welcomes back Sisters Beth Mulvaney and Brenda Cousins who recently spent three weeks in Uganda. As elected delegates to the 2014 General Chapter of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, the Sisters traveled more than 14 hours and … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Idaho, and America!

I love the 4th of July! We are so blessed to live in a free country and I love the opportunity to celebrate our nation’s birthday.  It might be because I grew up as an ‘Army brat,’ living on post, … Continue reading

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Meet Me Monday: A 2 Year Recap

The 2nd anniversary of Meet Me Monday was celebrated June 9 with an enthusiastic crowd of 165 participants. Of course, the Orth family (Brian, Toni, and twins Taylor and Tyler) was on hand for their 104th Meet Me Monday in … Continue reading

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32nd Annual Capitol Classic

It was a splendid day for the 32nd annual Capitol Classic Children’s Race, the one-mile race from just below the Boise Train Depot to the Idaho State Capitol.  The sea of orange shirts was quite the sight as over 1,300 … Continue reading

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