DeRusha Eats: Café & Bar Lurcat Minneapolis

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Jason DeRusha | WCCO CBS Minnesota recently stopped by Café & Bar Lurcat Minneapolis and dined just like Mick Jagger and Prince! He spoke with Chef Adam King and General Manager Michelle Jensen about how Café & Bar Lurcat is still hot after 13 years.

View the full video hereWCCOLurcat

 

Kyle Rudolph attends “Operation Change” screening party at Starkey Headquarters

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Kyle Rudolph, along with many other professional athletes, attend the “Operation Change” premiere event at Starkey Headquarters. Rudolph has been involved in many Starkey Hearing Foundation missions across the U.S.

Watch the interview from the red carpet here.

Kyle Rudolph also talks Operation Change with Mike Max on CBS Minnesota Radio‘s “Sports to the Max.” Listen to Rudolph and Max’s conversation here.

Whirlwind Week of Broadcast!

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Last week we secured multiple broadcast segments for a variety of clients – Mississippi River Fund’s Bike with a Ranger program,  Prairie Organic Vodka’s upcoming Prairie Made dinner at Heartland Restaurant, Nice Ride Minnesota‘s potential expansion and the recent $10M Snowbate incentive funding. Twin Cities broadcast is buzzing with Roepke clients!

Check out DeRusha EatsKare11 SaturdayFox 9 and Minnesota Public Radio for more!

2013 Nice Ride Minnesota Season Adds 24 Bike Stations

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The press event kicking off the 2013 Nice Ride Minnesota expansion was a major success! Every news station and media outlet featured today’s ride and rally! Check out the coverage on 5 Eyewitness NewsFOX 9Star TribuneMinnesota Public Radio and CBS Minnesota. We’re thrilled to be a part of the 4th season of Nice Ride Minnesota!

Nice Ride Minnesota, the popular bike-share program, celebrated the addition of 24 new stations today with a rally and kick-off ride at the Historic Fort Snelling. The 2013 expansion brings the total system up to 170 bike share stations and 1,550 bright green bicycles.

Bill Dossett, Nice Ride Minnesota’s executive director, kicked off the event along with speeches from Paul Labovitz, Mississippi River and Recreation Area superintendent, Dave Spalding, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota senior vice president of business development, Peter McLaughlin, Hennepin County commissioner, Jayne Miller, Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board superintendent and Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak.

Thank you to the National Park Service, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the City of Minneapolis, Hennepin County, the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and countless others for the success of this expansion, which brought thirteen new stations along the Mississippi River.