December 13th, 2019. Client: Rivers Casino Source: Daily Herald "Casino owners Rush Street Gaming and Churchill Downs Inc. are awaiting new Illinois Gaming Board rules and regulations on sports betting, and the release of applications for a $10 million sports betting license. That could come by the board's next meeting on Thursday. But casino officials
March 14th, 2019. Client: Navistar Source: Daily Herald "Huskie Robotics and three other teams in the FIRST Robotics Midwest Regional were sponsored by Lisle-based Navistar, which provides financial support for parts and technical support for construction, said Kristin Sattayatam, director of employee communications and community relations. It's exciting for Navistar experts to work with students
February 23rd, 2019. Client: Rivers Casino Source: Daily Herald "An Illinois agency as soon as this week may consider approval of Churchill Downs Inc.'s proposed deal for majority ownership in Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, with sports betting cited as a reason the Louisville-based company wants to expand its Chicago-area presence beyond Arlington Park Racecourse."
February 21st, 2019. Client: Rivers Casino Source: Daily Herald Greg Carlin, CEO of Rush Street Gaming, expresses his enthusiasm for working the Governor and General Assembly on the legalization of sports wagering in Illinois. Read full article via the Daily Herald.
October 13th, 2018. Client: Rivers Casino Source: Daily Herald "Casino revenue was led by Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, which was one of only two casinos to post an increase from 2017 to 2018. The other casino to generate more revenue last year was the Joliet Hollywood Casino. The introduction of video gambling has eroded
October 13th, 2018.Client: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of ChicagoSource: Daily Herald"A standout swimmer during high school at Benet Academy in Lisle, Peter Krzywosz couldn't stomach the idea of running."I grew up hating running," Krzywosz remembers. "I was a swimmer. I couldn't even run a mile in grade school for the physical fitness
September 26th, 2018.Source: Daily Herald."It's not assisted living or independent living, but active living for seniors coming in a new development to Naperville, filling what officials say is a gap in housing options for residents as they age.The idea with Avenida Naperville is to offer apartments for people 62 and older who want like-minded neighbors,
September 15th, 2018.Client: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, Chicago CubsSource: Daily Herald"It's not a one-sided friendship. Rizzo has caught up with Benjamin at Cubs batting practices. Baseballs, jerseys and bats signed by Rizzo adorn Benjamin's bedroom.And for the third year, Benjamin and his family will host a lemonade stand Sunday to
August 24th, 2018Client: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of ChicagoSource: Daily Herald"Eight-year-old Jocelyn Aho also had a lemonade stand this summer at her family's Lombard home. It wasn't to earn some spending money, however, or even to save up for college.No, this lemonade stand has been all about helping her twin brother, Jacob,
August 13th, 2018Client: Universal Technical InstituteSource: Daily Herald"It didn't take long for Giovanni Lopez to realize he fit in perfectly around Universal Technical Institute's Lisle campus.Lopez isn't a student at the vocational school. He hasn't even finished high school yet. But he spent three weeks of his summer waking up at 4 a.m. to make