This year wasn’t exactly what Ben Boyd had in mind when at the beginning of the year he “put it out in the universe” that he wanted a challenge.
“I wanted to be stretched,” he says with a rueful laugh over the phone . He’s been announced as the new top communicator for Lowe’s, leaving his role at BCW to take on a different kind of challenge, one that has him buzzing about the future. His first day at Lowe’s is Oct. 26.
“I’m a guy who could not be more over the moon about change in my life and the challenge that I’m taking on,” he says.
It’s a reminder that challenges can be positive forces in our lives as well, even when facing an extraordinarily tough year of mind-bending disruption and change.
A time for communicators to shine
When asked about the top challenges communicators are facing in
JEFFERSON COUNTY, CO — Many Colorado businesses are not only adhering to public health guidelines, but some are coming up with creative ways to keep customers and employees safe.
Jefferson County has launched the ‘Open for Business Spotlight,” which highlights businesses that are going above and beyond to create safe environments amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Jefferson County Commissioners Libby Szabo, Casey Tighe and Lesley Dahlkemper visited with business owners who are emphasizing public safety. The visits were filmed and a series of videos has been posted on the county’s YouTube channel.
Some of the first businesses that were featured include:
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Latest featured businesses:
Design dei Capelli, 7905 Ralston Rd. #106, Arvada:
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