From the Boise Advertising Federation:
It’s time for our September BAFter Hours! And this one is a special one. Join us at Hops & Bottles on Wednesday, September 26th and.. BRING YOUR DOG! We’re hosting a BARKter Hours for you hoomans to bring your puppers for some fun social time.
We will also be collecting all sorts of dog food (unopened) to donate to Idaho Humane Society because we want all of our four legged friends to have full, happy bellies.
Hops & Bottles is a new spot on 15th and Grove Street by the Idaho Youth Ranch serving up every beer you can think of and MORE! They have a great patio that is dog friendly and a killer selection of beers to help you mix and mingle and talk shop with your peers.
Updated tap list can be found here:
As always, this event is FREE! Minus however many beers your dog has. We can’t be responsible for that. Call an Uber, Cujo is drunk.
The staff of Red Sky Public Relations continues to grow. Most recently, they’ve added:
Tracy Bresina as Business Manager. Tracy joins Red Sky with more than 10 years of experience in accounting and human resources, including time with Saint Alphonsus Nephrology Center, Idaho Nephrology Associates, and Intermountain Orthopaedics. Prior to joining Red Sky PR she was with Idaho Community Foundation.
Tracy is a graduate of Boise State University, with degrees in Psychology and Business Administration. She is also a founding member of the Little Black Dress Club, and volunteers her time to the Idaho Humane Society and Women’s and Children’s Alliance.
Jenn Connor as Account Executive. Jenn comes to Red Sky by way of the Treasure Valley Family YMCA, where she spent 14 years, including the last six as Marketing and Communications Director. There she was responsible for developing the overall marketing and communications plan, branding guidelines, media and donor relations, staff development and more.
Jenn is also a graduate of Boise State University, with a degree in International Business, with a marketing emphasis. She too volunteers her time to the community, including events such as Rake Up Boise, MS Walk, and in her children’s classrooms.