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July 23, 2013

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Someone Else’s Eyes

This post wraps up our month-long celebration of Chandler Chicco’s 18th anniversary, and our weekly posts containing thoughts and reflections from long-time CCC veterans. This week’s post is from Amanda Loban, an 11-year CCC employee who works on the business...

July 9, 2013

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From Hudson Street to Fifteenth Street

In honor of Chandler Chicco’s 18th anniversary, we’ll be posting thoughts and reflections from long-time CCC veterans. This week’s post is from Alison Aromando, Chandler Chicco’s first intern and now client lead. I can distinctly remember that day in 1996...

July 2, 2013

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The Freedom to See. The Power to Do.®

In honor of Chandler Chicco’s 18th anniversary, we’ll be posting thoughts and reflections from long-time CCC veterans. This week’s post is from Kristen Spensieri, an early client of CCC who now runs our corporate branding and reputation practice. The Freedom...

June 26, 2013

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The Secret Sauce

In honor of Chandler Chicco’s 18th anniversary, we’ll be posting thoughts and reflections from long-time CCC veterans. This week’s post is from Eleanor Petigrow, CCC’s head of business development and creative mind extraordinaire. I cannot tell you how many times...

June 18, 2013

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An Adventure of a Lifetime

For the next few weeks, in honor of Chandler Chicco’s 18th anniversary, we’ll be posting thoughts and reflections from long-time CCC veterans. This week’s post is from Lisa Stockman, one of our first employees, now the managing director of Chandler...

June 13, 2013

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18 Years: Looking Back

After many years in “big” PR, we opted to start a little company with high hopes – simply, to work with organizations promoting breakthrough ideas in healthcare. We wanted our young “grounders” (three reliably brilliant and trusting women) to have...