Denver Direct: What If ? Colorado – Part 2
Tuesday, September 4, 2007
It took a little digging, but I finally found the info – What Did “What If? Colorado” Cost? (See earlier post.)
The “What If? Colorado” campaign is funded through a grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The overall cost of the campaign is approximately $758,000.
About “What If? Colorado”
The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has developed a new statewide eight-month campaign titled “What If? Colorado” to inform citizens, increase the number of Coloradans who receive influenza immunizations and encourage residents to assemble an emergency preparedness kit for their homes.
Is there more to be discovered about “Groundfloor Media”, its founder Laura Love, and the 23 beautiful young women on staff? I’m not making any allegations here, just wondering.
And yes, GFM does have an office in Washington, D.C.
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