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Lou Hammond Group Opens Denver Office, Taps Ivie Parker to Lead

by | Jul 18, 2019

Lou Hammond Group (LHG), a global communication company, announced they are expanding into the Denver market with an office headed by industry veteran, Ivie Parker.

Located downtown, LHG Denver offers expertise in communications, marketing, media relations, advertising, digital and creative services for an array of industries spanning hospitality and tourism, real estate, healthcare, financial services, energy, tech, nonprofit and destination marketing.

As president of the firm’s new Denver office, Parker brings a wealth of experience in public relations and marketing communications for hotels, resorts, real estate and lifestyle brands. She will combine her knowledge of western culture with Lou Hammond Group’s reputation and expertise to implement national communications programs with a regional focus.

Parker comes to the firm from Timbers Resorts, where she was based in the Aspen valley as Director of Hospitality Marketing responsible for developing and executing marketing strategy to generate revenue and awareness for hotels, resorts, villa rentals and golf.

Previously, she served as Director of Marketing for Denver-based Two Roads Hospitality (formerly Destination Hotels), implementing integrated communications programs, driving revenue and launching new properties in the western U.S. and nationwide.

“We are excited to expand our brand and join the Denver community. With our extensive western client base, it is an excellent fit.” said LHG Chairman and Founder Lou Hammond.

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