Entries by Eric Woolson

Woolson Article on Potential Crop Problem in Pacific Northwest Featured in January Issue of Potato Country

The latest article by Eric Woolson, the ever-curious, always-versatile owner of The Concept Works, is featured in the current issue of Potato Country magazine. Farmers in the Pacific Northwest’s Columbia Basin may be facing challenges from late blight or blackleg in the 2016 growing season. Click on “Experts: Keep Watchful Eye on Late Blight, Blackleg […]

Woolson Appears on Iowa Public Television’s “Iowa Press” to Discuss 2016 Caucuses

Eric Woolson, owner of The Concept Works and a veteran of six presidential campaigns, appeared today on the Iowa Public Television program “Iowa Press” to discuss the the state’s first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses. Woolson appeared with Brad Anderson, a Des Moines Democratic strategist who was communications director for then-Gov. Chet Culver, served as Iowa state director […]

Woolson Article in Ontario School Bus Association Magazine Details How High-Definition Cameras Catch Drivers Illegally Passing Buses

Few things unnerve a bus driver as much as a vehicle illegally passing by as children are getting on or off the bus, transportation professionals says. In fact, children are at a greater risk getting on or off the school bus than while riding it, Eric Woolson writes in this year’s annual issue of the […]

Woolson Participates in Roundtable Discussion on IPTV’s “Iowa Press”

Eric Woolson, owner of the West Des Moines public relations and public affairs firm The Concept Works, appears on statewide television tonight and Sunday as a member of an Iowa Public Television “Iowa Press” discussion of the upcoming first-in-the-nation presidential caucuses. Woolson offers a Republican perspective and is partnered with Jeff Link, a Des Moines […]

Touting Commitment to Fiscal Responsibility and Quality Services, Brownell to Seek Re-election to Polk County Board of Supervisors

URBANDALE, Iowa – Citing his desire to continue to focus on fiscal responsibility, quality of life issues and improvements to Polk County’s mental health delivery system, Supervisor Robert Brownell announced today that he seek re-election next year. “Throughout my time in office, I’ve intentionally worked with a diverse range of groups and individuals to tackle […]