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What a perfect day to shoot pictures. Trying to get twenty people to all smile at the same time is tough and I only have a limited amount of jokes to keep them smiling. Denver Advertising will be down in Denver to photograph a doctors staff.

Too much fun today

Post from iPhone.

Denver Advertising is getting on their hogs in a couple weeks and I thought I would take along couple close friends via the I phone. I remember when I started Denver Advertising and had to drive across town because I didn’t own a fax. Wow. Times have changed

If you know me by now, it’s all about the Q on the weekends. I think I have half our neighborhood signed up for the “eat free on Saturdays” from Mike’s backyard. Owning an ad agency in Denver, Colorado has it’s advantages. One, I get to work with some awesome clients like Lehres Fireplace and patio (https://www.lehrerfireplacepatio.com/). That’s important if you are a BBQ lover because they have the coolest grills in the universe. Yes, the pink pig is truly the way to go if you are into hot pink grills, but recently I picked up a Bradley Smoker, that I will put against any smoker around. Here is the neat part with both those products. You turn them on and then put your meat in and walk away for 6 hours, go ride your bike, play with the kids, whatever…. But you comeback looking like you slaved all day long. It’s amazing.

This past weekend, I started playing around with jalapenos. Wow! Got a little of my daughters pink sugar and Baaammm baby!

All I gotta say is the grill is always on and looking for a few takers.

Many times, you need to know when to bring in the pros. Especially when it comes to photography. At Denver Advertising, many times, we shoot many of our clients projects. But every now and then we need the help from the big boys. Josh, great job on the last shoot.

At Denver Advertising (sign company division), one of the most fun, rewarding projects is creating something you touch and feel, like a sign. It’s exciting to make signs, especially since we live in Denver, Colorado and we get to drive by our designs and see them. I brought my buddy in from Colorado Lifestyles who does amazing work in landscaping. So if you are looking for a sign for you business or just a sign design, let us know.

As the leader in Denver for Sign Design and Signs, Denver Advertising finds it fun to take on tough design projects.  We would love to be part of your next project.


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I love Chuck Swindol. At Denver Advertising, we have many clients that have achieved success and go awry. They have accomplished their goals. Be careful when you have met your goals. I agree with Chuck, it can be as dangerous as not meeting your goals and being obsessed about achieving them. Here is a little excerpt from Chuck:

Beware of Heights!
by Charles R. Swindoll

1 Corinthians 10:31

While cleaning out my study at home last Monday, I came across a book I had read several years ago. It’s one of those volumes that stays with you—resourceful, insightful, and timeless. One particular line about halfway through the book jumped off the page: “A time to be careful is when one reaches his goals. . . . It is then, with all his resources spent and his guard down, that an individual must watch out for dulled reactions and faulty judgment.”

In other words, vulnerability accompanies achievement. After the long haul, energy drained, dreams realized, enthusiasm peaked, desire accomplished—watch out!

Maybe that is the best explanation for the rarity of repeating champions. Back in the mid-1980s, the Chicago Bears cleaned everyone’s plow. They won it all. The Windy City had waited so long, many were sure their team had what it took to do a repeat performance. How wrong they were! Before the taste of victory became stale, the erosion of self-destruction was underway.

What happens in sports can happen as readily in a ministry. During the difficult years, the watchword is survival, and the battle cry is sacrifice. Hard times bind people together. Goals are set. Prayers are offered. Every week is a new adventure in faith. By and by, the pieces fall into place, and the goals are finally reached. It is there—on the perilous pinnacle of accomplishment—that the adversary lurks with his corrupting influence.

The same can happen to an individual. My thoughts return to the man whose heart followed hard after God. Jesse’s youngest son preferred the rugged solitude of the wilderness . . . but Jehovah’s plan was that he occupy the throne of Israel. Years of hardship and humiliation under Saul’s incessant assault preceded his promotion. Even when he became the king, the thirty-year-old monarch conducted himself with unselfish, untarnished integrity. The nation flourished because David’s magnificent obsession was the glory of God.

Then came that infamous day in early spring—the morning David chose to sleep in rather than accompany his men to battle. Who knows why? Could it be that his impressive record of successes made him soft? Only a brief spell of passionate indulgence, yet it changed everything. His peace vanished. His character blasted irretrievably. His family life destroyed.

Alas, he was not the last to fall prey to the peril of past victories. The paths of history are strewn with the litter of heroes who forgot to walk carefully along the narrow ledges of the heights. How have the mighty fallen!

Resting on your laurels is a synonym for flirting with disaster. Write that reminder down where you can see it frequently.

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I loved this. A father holding his son after winning the most important game of his career. And here is the best part, Drew could of cared less. Look at the intensity as his eyes met his sons eyes. Wow. Here is a man that has spent the last 20 plus years preparing for this, just to
accept the success. The real excitement was to be with his son. We believe that Drew’s love demonstrates God’s love for us.

At Denver Advertising, this is what we believe is real living. Yes, it’s important to win the Super Bowls in life (that’s why you hire us) but more importantly is your success with your family. We care about each one of our clients family as much as we care about helping their business grow. We want to help our clients be so successful that they can spend more time at home. And if need be, we will pick up the slack so they can be home more.

We want to assist our clients in being successful

Spiritually
Financially
Physically
Relationally
……..and enjoy life.