Author Archive | Shelby Quinlivan


Shelby Quinlivan is the Director of Public Relations at The Ohlmann Group. She helps clients strategize media relations, crisis communications, social media presence and event planning. Her background includes a Bachelor of Arts in Communications - Public Relations from the University of Dayton and over seven years of experience in corporate, non-profit and agency public relations and marketing.

A Different Take – August 6, 2012

A bird of paradise, a reflection pool. We are giving you some photos of calm for your busy Monday. Enjoy A Different Take!


A Different Take: July 30, 2012

Summer is all about nice weather and a good time. Designer found both of these at the Springfield Summer Arts Festival. Enjoy a Different Take!


A Different Take: July 23, 2012

Every once in a while, you need to get away to find inspiration. Designer Gary Haschart did just that. Enjoy A Different Take!


OG Weekender – 7.20.12

Dayton’s “best-in-business” list for multiple categories has begun announcing the official winners. The 2012 Best of Dayton voting is still currently active for anyone who would like to place their votes and recognize a business deserving the top spot in it’s category.

A BBQ restaraunt, OinkADoodleMoo, in Troy must relocate because of a couple hinderances involving location inconvenience. The store was on the wrong side of the highway as well as a store exit/entrance default, making it hard to get in and out of the parking area. The owner is, however, very optimistic about opening several other locations in the surrounding Dayton/Cincinnati area. After all, the Englewood location was noted on the “Hot Little Restaurant Chains You Can Buy Into Now” list by Forbes as one of only five small chains in the entire country.

A social media briefing on how to better your business through technology will be held at the Dayton Metro Library on July 31st. This event will inform business owners on how to increase traffic volume and ranking for websites.

Three Dayton-area companies have advanced to the national round of the Social Madness competition. The Dayton bracket winners consist of: Scene75 Entertainment Center (small companies), Young’s Jersey Dairy (medium companies), and Teradata Corp. (large companies). The national round kicks off July 24.

BW3′s is launching a new logo design that portrays a new bold, stronger image. The redesign will be unveiled in late 2012 starting with the Cincinnati location then moving to San Diego for the second location implementation of the new brand redesign.

The basics on how to promote your company’s event on social media. Promote a company event in 10 easy steps on FaceBook and/or Twitter.

A Different Take: July 16, 2012

A new way of looking at things that cross your sight every day – that’s the premise behind a different take. Enjoy today’s findings!


OG Weekender 7.13.12

Happy Friday the 13th! And, of course, the all important National French Fry Day!

After a brief hiatus, OG Weekender is back and better than ever with links to help you discover all you ever wanted to know about the social media world.

- Social Media vs Search Smackdown – who wins?
Pinterest: how to use it and how to make it benefit your company. Extremely informative!
- How digital media has changed the world
- Social media economics
- Wondering about Twitter? Here’s what’s trending

Have a great weekend and be sure a black cat doesn’t cross your path today!


A Different Take: July 9, 2012

Despite the draught, these beauties are making the summer bright!


A Different Take: June 25, 2012

Ever sit around a room you’ve been in a million times and discover a new way of looking at a picture or object? Designer Gary Haschart found a few new ways to look around this week in A Different Take. Enjoy!


A Different Take: June 18, 2012

This week’s ADT post is entitled: A Rustic Garden by designer Jason Hart. Enjoy the scenery!


A Different Take: June 11, 2012

In this week’s A Different Take, our resident golf expert, Andy Kittles, shares photos from recent golf game adventures including sand traps and snakes! Only fitting that we have a golf theme since the U.S. Open begins this week.  FORE!