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  • #Jeanitude 2019

    If you ask most people at Runyon Saltzman, Inc. what #JEANITUDE means, you’ll likely get a crash course in charitable giving and community involvement, particularly if it’s around March 6, the birthday of Jean Runyon, the company’s founder. This year, for example, some 50 staffers at all levels (including the brass) stepped away from work […]
  • Superheroes in Heels

    Were you wondering why hundreds of men were struttin’ their stuff in high heels through the streets of downtown Sacramento? On Saturday, May 6, WEAVE hosted their annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event to raise awareness about the causes and effects of sexual assault. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is a playful […]
  • Join us for #Jeanitude

    To say Jean Runyon was just an inspiration, would be a tremendous understatement. And it’s not because she started the first woman owned public relations agency in the nation. It’s also not because she was simply a joy to be around. It’s because some of her most important work was done outside of the agency. […]
  • Niello’s Annual Drive to Giv...

    Shoppers, beware! The month we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. It’s time to dust off your stockings, plug in your lights, fill up on sugar cookies, and hit the stores to fill shopping carts with gifts and decorations. Another great part of the holiday season is choosing the gift of giving and sharing […]
  • SNAHC

    If you noticed RSE staff looking really young, you might have seen one of four sessions with the Native Youth of Sacramento (NYS) Leadership Council. Recently, RSE had the opportunity to partner with the Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) and NYS to create a youth-led social media project. Funded by the Notah Begay III […]
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  • Who doesn’t love to write on...

    One of the most interesting and creative elements of our old office was an old chalk board located in the creative department…
  • Hanging out at The Club

    We’ve discovered a surefire way to get people involved in the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Sacramento — have them hang out at one of the branches.