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NYC Half Marathon

I surprised myself completing the NYC Half Marathon this past weekend.  With limited training, I completed the 13.1 mile trek through Central Park and around Manhattan in 2 hours. My official time via the NYRR was 2 hours and 45 seconds.  According to my Map My Run App, I broke 2 hours.  Either way, I […] Continue Reading

Here's why brand values are more important than ever

NOTE: This post originally appeared on MuckRack.com Brands today are facing big challenges when it comes to social issues. Moments pop up and they are forced to give an opinion about a matter trending in the media. This is a tough spot to be in for public relations teams. You want your CEO or company […] Continue Reading

Three media pet peeves from an experienced PR pro

NOTE: This post originally appeared on MuckRack.com Watching my Twitter feed each day, it is not uncommon to see journalists I follow complaining about public relations professionals. Complaints range from terrible pitches they received, press releases sent to them with no contact information or everyday gripes about working with us PR people that tick them […] Continue Reading

Rose Bowl Game

2017 started off well for me becasue I was fortunate enough to attend the Rose Bowl Game on January 2. This is a bucket list item for any football fan, and it lived up to its tagline as “The Granddaddy of them All.” What a match-up it was this year, featuring two teams that were […] Continue Reading

Under Armour and U.S. Speedskating

I am currently in graduate school at Stevenson University in the Communication Studies program.  The most recent class I completed was Crisis Communication. For my final paper, we had to write an example textbook chapter breaking down a crisis situation. I chose the Under Armour and U.S. Speedskating “Mach 39” skinsuit issue from the 2014 […] Continue Reading

miss temple city

Miss Temple City Wins Shadwell Turf Mile

Lexington, Ky. — 4-year-old Miss Temple City once again proved she is an elite mare by defeating males at Keeneland Race Course in the $1 million Grade 1 Shadwell Turf Mile.  In the spring, she defeated males in the Grade I Maker’s 46 Mile at Keeneland, before heading to England and finishing fourth in the […] Continue Reading

Amsterdam

The last leg of my trip to Europe was in Amsterdam. I am very happy I decided to make a stop in this city, it was beautiful and relaxing. I did not have much on the agenda except to explore the city, go to a couple museums, try the local food and of course, pub […] Continue Reading

Royal Ascot

The second leg of my trip to Europe was in England for Royal Ascot, one of the most prestigious horse racing events in the world.  Royal Ascot was a bucket list item for me, and once I knew Sagamore Racing’s Miss Temple City would be running there, it encouraged me to go and make the […] Continue Reading

Dublin

I finally made it to Europe!  My first stop was Dublin, Ireland.  I decided to make this my first stop simply because Ireland is where my family is from, so I felt like this was a trip back to the Daley/Coulter homeland. Dublin is a very fun city, which I described to my family and […] Continue Reading

2001 Towson Lacrosse Team

Fifteen years ago I was a member of the Towson Lacrosse team getting ready to face Maryland in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division I lacrosse playoffs.  We had beaten Duke in the first round and where facing the Terps for the second time that season.  They beat us earlier in the year and had […] Continue Reading