Founder and President of GroundFloor Media Named Finalist in Denver Business Journal's Outstanding Women in Business awards

DENVER, CO – (August 7, 2006) – Laura Love, founder and president of GroundFloor Media, Inc., a Denver-based public relations firm, has been named a finalist of the Denver Business Journal's 2006 Outstanding Women in Business awards. These awards recognize women in Denver for their significant contributions to their work and their community.

Love has developed a unique business model which differentiates GroundFloor Media from its competitors. With an attrition rate hovering around four percent annually, considerably lower than the industry average, GroundFloor Media maintains a mixed bench of full-time employees and loyal consultants with an average of 12 years experience. The agency has become an award-winning public relations firm and one of the fastest-growing companies in Colorado. Boasting a client list that includes major national players such as Starbucks, Coors Light, Molson, Zima XXX, the 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games, Thought Equity and Children's Hospital Colorado of Denver, the company is no stranger to accolades. GroundFloor Media was recently named among the 2006 Fastest-Growing Small Private Companies by the Denver Business Journal.

About GroundFloor Media
GroundFloor Media, an award-winning public relations firm, is one of the fastest-growing companies in Colorado. Recognized by Colorado Biz magazine in 2005 as one of the "Top Companies" in the state, GroundFloor Media is no stranger to accolades and boasts a roster of notable clients from a variety of industries. Staffed entirely by senior-level PR pros, GroundFloor Media's clients include Children's Hospital Colorado, Coors Light, MX Logic, Molson, Starbucks, the 2006 Special Olympics USA National Games, Tennyson Center for Children, Thought Equity, Umbria and Zima XXX. For more information, call 303.865.8110. For a complete list of clients and capabilities, visit