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On his personal Facebook profile, founding managing partner Joe Bonilla announced that he has sold his share of Relentless Awareness to junior partner and director of events and operations, Ty Versocki. From the post today: The start of April marks the start of a new chapter. These past five-plus years building and growing Relentless has...
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Relentless was listed as a Top 20 communications firm by the Albany Business Review as part of their 2017 Communications Firms list. This is the first year Relentless has been listed, which ranks agencies by total number of staff. ABR also profiled Managing Partner Joe Bonilla about his thoughts on how to rebrand the Capital...
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Relentless Awareness is looking to hire a part-time Administrative Assistant for our Albany office. The ideal candidate would be professional, punctual, and self-sufficient with effective organizational and administrative skills. Responsibilities will include, but not limited to: handling schedule requests for staff and clients, data entry, correspondence, answering phones, and providing support to the agency as needed.  ...
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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo delivered his sixth State of the State address on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016 in Albany, in which the Governor – as part of the 2016 Built to Lead policy book – identified legislative priorities aimed growing the state’s craft beverage industry. The highlights below include a new tax credit being expanded...
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Join us for our first open house at our office at 19 Dove Street (the historic Harmanus Bleecker Library) in Downtown Albany on Thursday, Dec. 4 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Listed with the National Register of Historic Places in 1996, this 1923 classical revival building was beautifully restored in 2002. Relentless moved into...
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The Washington Avenue Armory will begin to accept bids for naming proposals for the Washington Avenue Armory, the Capital Region’s largest privately-owned arena. The arena is seeking at least $100,000 annually in naming rights fees, with the length of term open for negotiation. “The Armory presents an incredible opportunity for either a local or national...
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“Just get a diet and a regular. She has food at the house.” Pulling up to the Lark Street convenience store, these are the last words I hear before there’s a massive, thunderous “boom.” Sawdust-like debris flies in through the open passenger window as if shot from a confetti cannon, and for a fleeting moment...
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