DU Comm. Manager talks about ‘organized chaos’ leading up to debate
DENVER — Chase Squires, the University of Denver’s External Communications Manager, knew having the first presidential debate on his university’s campus was going to be a huge undertaking. But he also knew it was going to be a huge opportunity.
“DU gets to take center stage,” Squires said. “We get to tell our story: We are a first class operation, a great private university dedicated to the public good.
“It’s a great story to tell the world.”
But what about the “organized chaos” that Squires said has led up to tonight? Watch the video above for more as Squires spoke with KWGN’s Tom Green.
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