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Date Safe featured in Christian Science Monitor

Written by 180 Communications. Posted in Public Relations News

180 Communications’ client Mike Domitrz has made it his life’s work to educate college students and military personnel on ways to prevent sexual assaults. His “Can I Kiss You Program” is making a difference in lives all across the country.

Mike’s work was recently featured in Christian Science Monitor’s “People Making a Difference” article.

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Ektio Featured in Fast Company

Written by 180 Communications. Posted in Public Relations News

Ektio shoes

The Basketball Shoe Designed to Eliminate Ankle Sprains

Sprained Ankles are the most common orthopedic injury, accounting for fully 25% of the cases that limp into an orthopedist’s office. The creator of Ektio wants to help casual players––and maybe someday, the pros––spare themselves the pain.

Barry Katz hurt his ankle.

And then he hurt it again. And again.