GroundFloor Media Promotes First-Ever Special Olympics USA National Games
DENVER, CO – (May 1, 2006) – GroundFloor Media, Inc., an award-winning Colorado-based public relations firm, today announced it is promoting the first-ever Special Olympics USA National Games through a national public relations campaign. The 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games take place July 2-7 on the Iowa State University campus in Ames, Iowa.
This unique event will bring together more than 3,000 athletes and 8,000 volunteers from all over the United States. The 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games will showcase the abilities of Special Olympics athletes – both on and off the playing field, promoting all of the accomplishments of people with intellectual disabilities.
GroundFloor Media oversees a variety of roles pertaining to the promotion of this event including local and national media relations, media sponsorship procurement, and celebrity spokespeople endorsements.
About GroundFloor Media : GroundFloor Media (GFM) is a Colorado-based public relations agency. Founded in April 2001, the agency was named a Colorado “success story” by PR Week. GFM develops customized public relations campaigns for clients nationwide across many sectors including technology, hospitality, healthcare, venture capital, services and government sectors. GFM’s unique business model has been featured in Entrepreneur, PR Week, PR News, The Denver Post, The Boulder County Business Report and The Boulder Daily Camera. Clients include MolsonCoors, CENTRIX Financial, The 2006 National Games of the Special Olympics, Morris Animal Foundation, Wild Divine and MX Logic. For more information, call 303.865.8119. For a complete list of clients and capabilities, visit www.groundfloormedia.com.
About the 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games : The inaugural Special Olympics USA National Games will take place on the Iowa State University campus from July 2-7, 2006. Organizers expect more than 3,000 Special Olympic athletes and 10,000 spectators from across the country to participate in and attend the event. A list of activities for the 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games includes swimming, track and field, basketball, gymnastics, power lifting, bowling, tennis, golf, softball, bocce ball, soccer, and volleyball. For more information, please visit www.2006nationalgames.org.