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Dear Michael ,

Because of your participation in our former free ticket program, we wanted you to know about our new SCFD 10 for $10 program. In order for cost not to exclude anyone who wishes to attend the theatre, we are lowering the starting price of our tickets to $10 — cheaper than a movie!

Every Tuesday a minimum of 10 tickets will be released at 10am for only $10 each to every Denver Center Theatre Company performance in the coming week. That’s a minimum of 210 tickets per week when all of our productions are in full swing. Plus, select Broadway and cabaret productions also will be offered based on availability.

As a proud recipient of funds from the Citizens of metro Denver’s Scientific and Cultural District, we are constantly reassessing how we can best welcome potential audience members. After careful consideration and consultation with the SCFD, we hope that you will agree that the SCFD 10 for $10 program:

gives you guaranteed seats
provides a reasonably-priced admission
allows you to bring your family or friends with 4 tickets per week

So come by our Box Office or call 303.547.3410* and use code SCFD to purchase up to four $10 tickets each Tuesday.

*A $3 service fee will be included in all phone orders.

See you at the theatre,
Randy Weeks

We were honored to have her greatness present. She is a very well known massage therapist and esthetician. If you are ever looking for a 16 year veteran, look her up – 303-463-6565.

Another Intern gone bad

If you read our blogs we are notorious for taking interns out………….and yes……the 80’s crowd can still not only keep up with the kids…..but make sure they get home safely ( and then rock’ on’).
Had a fun night at our monthly “Not so Sour Happy Hour”.

Mike Lash from Denver Advertising with intern

It’s Christmas time, which means it’s time to spend with friends and family and yes, shop. And what does every little girl want……..American Girl…..and yes when you go into The American Girl store in Park Meadows, to get an American Girl doll in Denver, Colorado, you will be convinced that if you don’t buy the doll that day, your child will surely grow up to be a looser!
I swore I would never buy an American Girl doll for my daughter. It goes against my entire belief system and pontificates capitalism. But hey this is America, the greatest country in the world and darn it every house should have a roast in the oven and an American Girl in the hands of a little girl, so I’m told. I did what any normal Dad that has an amazing amount of conviction about excessive spending on items children will not even remember in 3 months would do—-bought the doll. I caved.
But, I did go across the way to lululemon and pick up a pair of sweats……hence the American Woman. Definitely different then the American Girl doll…….
Have a great Christmas!

Happy Thanksgiving

As we wind down on this shortened week, we take a moment to reflect on the last 11 months and the things we’re thankful for.

It goes without saying, but we’re so thankful for all of our clients. Without them, we wouldn’t be here. We’re thankful for our friends and family; those we can be with and those we can’t. And last, but certainly not least, we’re thankful for God and His work in our lives and the opportunities we have to minister and fellowship with others.

And so now, before we all head our different directions for Thanksgiving, we release our first ever (but not annual):

10-ish Reasons We Love Thanksgiving:

1. Aside from a Las Vegas all-you-can-eat buffet, when else is it socially acceptable to eat a trashcan lid-sized plate of food?

2. Getting to spend time with family and friends.

2b. If you can’t spend it with family (or, don’t want to…) there’s always FOOTBALL!

3. Do you ever sleep better than the tryptophan-induced coma produced by consuming half your body weight in poultry?

4. That story your grandmother loves to tell, that you’ve heard 387 times is ALWAYS funnier the 388th time.

5. Playing a “friendly game” of touch football with that cousin that always has to take it to another level and tackle someone.

6. Avoiding getting “noogies” from that uncle that, no matter how old you are, remembers when you were ‘this high.’

7. The 9th Wonder of the World: “The Can-Shaped Cranberry Sauce” that goes UNTOUCHED, yet is consistently put on the table year after year.

8. Watching Uncle “Pull-my-finger” (every family seems to have one…) make an idiot out of himself. Again.

9. Turkey bowling. Yes. Turkey bowling.

11. The atomic bomb of all poultry meals: The Turduckin. For those who want to take holiday gluttony to that next level…

From all of us at Denver Advertising, to all of you, have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving!

Within the past few weeks, we created a new brochure for Interquest Dental Group located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The brochure appropriately called “Everything You Wanted To Know About Braces But Were Afraid To Ask” was designed by our Creative Director, Steve Schader with some direction by the owner of Denver Advertising, Mike Lash.
The text was sent from the client and Steve created an eight page saddlestitched (stapled) brochure featuring photos supplied by the client showing the Damon System. The brochure features subjects including – what you should know when considering braces, interceptive orthodontics, a braces survival dental kit, phases of wearing and taking care of braces, facts to know about your occlusal guard, and even includes a list of good and bad foods.
Denver Advertising received a call from the owner of Interquest Dental Group, Dr. Arnold who personally wanted to thank us for the quality of design and printing of their new Braces Brochure. She couldn’t have been happier with the results. The brochure was printed by a local Denver printer, Anaconda Printing. Denver Advertising is currently working on redesigning Anaconda’s website.
A couple jpegs below show the cover and an interior page of the new braces brochure.
Interquest Dental Group:
Anaconda Printing:

Happy Hour at The Coral Room

“Our first ever ‘Not So Sour Happy Hour’ turned out to be a success.” These are the words spoken by the owner of Denver Advertising, Mike Lash. On such short notice, we had around 10 people show up to our Happy Hour at The Coral Room located in the Highlands at 32nd and Lowell, just Northwest of Downtown Denver.

The Happy Hour which took place on Thursday, November 4th, 2010 was attended by a local screenprinter and the owners of the screenprinting company from Colorado Springs, a representative of the online company called Groupon, and a few other friends and clients of Denver Advertising.

John Nadasdy, the owner of The Coral Room, who is also a client of Denver Advertising, seemed delighted we were wanting to throw a happy hour at his place. The Coral Room is an upscale restaurant and bar with a neighborhood feel that serves dinner every night and now includes breakfast during the week and a brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

The “Not So Sour Happy Hour” was concepted by the Creative Director at Denver Advertising, Steve Schader. Steve also came up with the quirky yet fun icon of a smiley sour face.

Denver Advertising plans to have the “Not So Sour Happy Hour” every first Thursday of every month for the next five months. So if you have a chance, stop by The Coral Room to say “Hi” to the employees of Denver Advertising and receive a ticket for a Free Drink. Yep, the first drink is on Denver Advertising’s tab. The next “Not So Sour Happy Hour” will be Thursday, December 2nd. Visit The Coral Room’s website: or click on the photo below.

Photo shoot at Blue Mist Salon in Denver Colorado. Mike Lash Photographer.

Check out the new logo flash intro from Denver Advertising