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Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the recently launched South Hollow Spirits Cape Cod Rosé Gin is featured in The Boston Globe Magazine’s holiday gift guide as one of the “delightful gifts from New England companies and makers.
Popular Mechanics featured Bully Boy Distillers in the publication’s September “How To Make Anything” issue. The piece features a step-by-step guide for how to make one of Bully Boy’s signature cocktails, Teddie’s Peanut Butter Dream. The magazine also features a photo of the cocktail both in the article and on the cover of the issue.
Bloomberg online featured Bully Boy Distillers in a story about the rising popularity of gin. The piece includes insight from head distiller Dave Willis about the gin industry and Bully Boy’s production process and features the new Gin bottle in the article’s photo.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Maxim online featured Narragansett Del’s Shandy in a roundup of “The Best Summer Shandy and Radler Beers to Drink Right Now.” The piece notes that the beer is “Rhode Island all the way,” and calls it “a refreshing New England summer beer that pairs well with fish or grilled chicken.”
The July 2018 issue of Baking & Snack includes the release of the five latest products from Snyder’s Of Hanover in its “New On The Shelf” section, noting the new Pretzel Pieces and Wholey Cheese! varieties and including photos of each.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Condé Nast Traveler online featured the Bully Boy Distillers Tasting Room in a dedicated review of “one of the best craft-cocktail spots in Boston.” It notes the “beautifully made drinks” and knowledgeable service and urges readers to “come to appreciate the fine tunings of a local distillery.”
CareDash.com recently announced it reached 100,000 verified reviews on its site and was featured in an article on VentureBeat highlighting the company’s use of artificial intelligence software to detect fraudulent reviews, reaffirming its reputation as a transparent, trustworthy source of healthcare information.
VegNews includes Plant Snacks’ Beet with Vegan Goat Cheese in their monthly “VegPicks” section, highlighting Plant Snacks as one of today’s hottest vegan products. They describe Beet with Vegan Goat Cheese as a “sophisticated, crispy snack we think is the GOAT (Greatest of All Time).”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Men’s Journal online featured Fresh Catch, Narragansett Beer’s latest release, as one of the “15 Perfect Beers to Drink on the Fourth of July.” It notes, “the New England brewery’s bright and refreshing blonde ale is a pitch-perfect pairing for clams, oysters, or a mild whitefish.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, industry news site Drug Store News shared Snyder’s of Hanover’s five new snack flavors added to its Pretzel Pieces and Wholey! Cheese lines. The piece describes each snack’s flavors and includes renderings of each product.
As result of Esquire online’s coverage of Cape Cod Russet Potato Chipssecured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Esquire also shared the post on Twitter, noting that Cape Cod Potato Chips “gets it exactly right with their Russet potato chips.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the recently relaunched Cape Cod Russet Potato Chips are featured in Esquire online’s “Drunk on Chips” column by managing editor Ben Boskovich. Boskovich notes, “If I had to choose one bag to eat forever, it would be Cape Cod Russet Potato Chips,” calling the chips “something special” and including tasting notes and renderings of the chip bags.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the new Cape Cod Waves Potato Chips are featured in Chowhound’s “Friday Food Finds” new products round-up. The piece notes that “when it comes to potato chips, Cape Cod gets it right,” and features all three recently released varieties.
CareDash.com’s new analysis, “Possible Side Effects,” highlighting the relationship between payments made by pharmaceutical companies to physicians and the number of prescriptions arising from physicians who received those payments, was featured in an original “Snapshot” infographic on the front page of USA Today.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the November issue of Tennis Industry Magazine features Narragansett Beer in an article about the release of its Bancroft Up or Down Ale. The piece highlights the beer’s tasting notes, retro packaging and connection to the tennis world and even includes quotes from Narragansett President Mark Hellendrung on what inspired him to create the ale.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a placement for Willow Tree’s Turkey pot pies, Thanksgiving offerings, and company history are featured in a placement secured in Northshore Magazine’s November Food Issue.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the October/November 2017 issue of The Family Handyman features Preval’s Re-Grip in the ‘Stuff We Love’ section. The piece highlights the easy to apply handle covers making any old tool, big or small, feel more comfortable and brand new.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Preval’s Re-Grip is included in the “What’s In Store” section of the October 2017 issue of Woodworker’s Journal, highlighting the newest technology in tools. The write-up gives an overview of what Re-Grip is and how it is used. The feature also describes how to installed Re-Grip, the sizes the product is available in and how much the product retails for. It also notes that “the non-slip grips are made out of recycled materials that can withstand up to 400 degrees of heat and are designed ergonomically to reduce muscle fatigue and help prevent blisters.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Willow Tree is included in the August 9th issue of Today’s Grocer magazine. The article highlights Willow Tree’s first-ever product packaging rebrand. The goal of the overall redesign was to update and contemporize the visual elements that instantly represent the Willow Tree brand to customers, while also honoring the brand’s heritage as a favorite and trusted New England company for over sixty years. A photo of the new Willow Tree packaging is also included.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Preval’s Re-Grip is included in a six product roundup entitled, “6 Clever Items to Simplify Your Life.” Re-Grip is described as a key item to have for your home gardening tools, stating: Keep garden tools from slipping without sacrificing comfort—this genius handle even prevents painful blisters. The easy installation and low price make it a great addition to any gardening toolbox.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Truro Vineyards + South Hollow Spirits in a feature story on the Roberts family, giving the full history into how the family acquired the vineyard grounds and how the business is doing now.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Narragansett Beer in a business story focusing on beer makers who previously were contract brewing but are finally opening breweries of their own.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a placement for CareDash.com – an online healthcare provider review site – highlights key data relating to women from the Nervous Nation Survey, commissioned by CareDash.com in a feature article on post-election stress, health and wellbeing.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Farmer Willie’s Craft Ginger Beer in a story featuring the brand, focusing on how the company got its start and the science behind brewing ginger beer without using grain.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Snack Factory Fruit Sticks are included in a roundup of new snack products in Fancy Foods & Culinary Products magazine, a leading publication for new product information in the specialty food industry.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a feature on snack trends in Progressive Grocer includes commentary from a top Snack Factory executive and mentions the recent launches of Organic Pretzel Crisps and Snack Factory Fruit & Veggie Sticks.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Narragansett Beer in a lifestyle piece about replacing the post-golf round of beer with a shandy instead. Narragansett’s Del’s Shandy was recommended as one of the select go-to shandies you can buy.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, metro.us featured the findings from a recent national poll commissioned by CareDash.com revealing Americans’ anxiety levels in the current political environment and insight from CareDash medical advisor, Dr. Steven Stosny.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Star Magazine featured Snack Factory Apple Fruit Sticks in a section called “Feed Back,” which highlights their favorite beverage, snack and dinner picks.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured a spot in a story about the breweries in the state of Rhode Island. The article included quotes from Jim Crooks and a photo of cans in the brewery. The piece noted that Narragansett Beer “will finally have its own Rhode Island brewing space.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the February issue of Boston magazine features Shinola’s Runwell turntable in the Style section’s “Covet” article. The piece encompasses a full page with a terrific photo and write-up praising the product’s sleek design and high sound quality.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a feature in American Salon celebrates SalonCapri’s 50th anniversary by taking a look back at the foundation of the business and the values of the Penna family. The piece, which includes great perspective on everything that has contributed to the company’s success and growth, emphasizes SalonCapri’s passion for continued professional education.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Snack Factory Tortilla Chips are highlighted in the “New Products” section, with the roundup including information about the release and a photo of the Garlic Hummus bag.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Southwest: The Magazine included Dry Line Gin in a roundup of top-shelf spirits perfect for your home. The location of the distillery and the price point are also noted.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, KUTV.com featured an article and video segment about why popcorn has become synonymous with movie theatres, including footage from a “CBS This Morning” interview we coordinated with a National Amusements executive.
Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing secured coverage of Crazy Foam’s Monster Collection in SPRAY Technology & Marketing Magazine as the perfect addition to Halloween fun.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Rhode Island brewery Narragansett Beer was highlighted in a four page feature in Edible Rhody, detailing the brand’s resurgence under Mark Hellendrung. The piece covers Narragansett Beer’s connections with the Rhode Island community, the company’s grassroots marketing efforts and the new brewery in Pawtucket.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Texas Lifestyle Magazine featured Lila Wines in their “Favorite Things” column.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a placement for SalonCapri on Redbook magazine’s online site features a slideshow of celebrity bob haircuts for Fall 2016, as chosen by top hairstylists from across the country. Two celebrity looks and commentary from SalonCapri’s owner and lead stylist, Nick Penna, were included.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Food Network Magazine featured Lila Wines as one their favorite new canned beverages, including a photo of the Lila Pinot Grigio can, the retail price, and the website’s URL.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, “San Diego Living,” a health and lifestyle television program on San Diego the CW, highlighted Lila Wines as a “very chic” beverage choice and a “bridal must-have.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, WineSpectator.com highlighted Lila Wines in a trend piece about canned wines. Latitude Beverage Company’s President and Founder, Kevin Mehra, is quoted several times throughout discussing Lila’s convenience and the product’s appeal to the millennial demographic.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Crazy Foam was featured on BuzzFeed as one of “17 Back To School Products You And Your Kids Will Love,” with the article saying “if your kids got a little lax about bathing in the summer, Crazy Foam will motivate them to get back in the bath.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Willow Tree Farm was featured on The Rhode Show sharing recipes featuring their new Avocado and Sriracha Chicken Salads and discussing the company’s history.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Frontiers highlights Farmer Willie’s in a trend piece about hard soda, noting that the brew’s “complex composition of its formula suggests a sophistication wise beyond the years of its makers.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Country Living online, features Lila Wines in an article about 9 canned wines you’ll want to take everywhere this summer, noting that each flavor of the wine is “refreshing,” and that they “taste just as good if not better than the bottled versions.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, am New York online highlights Lila Wines in a trend piece about canned wine, noting that they come “in a colorful, recycled can” and are “best served slightly chilled.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Rhode Island brewery Narragansett Beer was featured in a two-page Bloomberg Businessweek spread on the items needed for a perfect beach day. Narragansett Beer’s original lager was highlighted as the beer of choice, with the article saying the beer is “ideal for a clambake or a meal that’s much less involved.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, People.com features 90+ Cellars Rosé in an article outlining the best eight rosé wines under $25, noting that the wine is “refreshing and crisp.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Rachael Ray Every Day featured Snack Factory Gluten Free Pretzel Crisps in an article titled “Easy as pie,” that pairs new grocery items together to make creative summer pies.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Texas Lifestyle Magazine, features Mija Sangria in a roundup of delicious summer sips, noting that it “makes great cocktails, adding a dry, fruity sweetness.”
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Rashim Oberoi, President of Simply7, is featured in the popular ongoing “If I Knew Then…” series, which features executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders, on Crains.com
Amber Stepper of National Amusements joins Roger Berkowitz and Larry Gulko on “Inside the Brand” for a discussion about the state of the movie theatre industry and where it is headed. Some recent developments at Showcase Cinemas locations including Showcase MX4D®, LuxLevel, and XPlus are discussed, as well as the growing demand for enhanced movie-going experiences in the age of at-home streaming.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Inc. Magazine, features an article about the rise of craft booze, highlighting South Hollow Spirits among nine other small distilleries in the nation.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Rue Magazine, featured two Lila Wines varietals on their Instagram page, which has 216k followers and counting.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the style and design publication, Rue Magazine, featured Lila Rosé in an Instagram post, using the hashtag #yeswayrosé.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Sweet, the first ever publication on Snapchat Discover, which covers music, culture and style, featured Lila Wines in a story about easy and portable alcoholic drinks for the summer.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured a feature story on rum specifically highlighting South Hollow Spirits Twenty Boat Hand-Crafted Cape Cod Spiced Rum. The article notes that South Hollow Spirits is the first legal distillery on Cape Cod and provides background on the Twenty Boat name, citing that the drink is “highly aromatic.”
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Crazy Foam’s DC Comic Originals and DC Justice League collections in the popular Deals & Steals segment with Tory Johnson.
In a half-page print placement, Boston Herald features the PreZOOdential Election at Franklin Park Zoo, including photos from Zoo New England President and CEO John Linehan’s visit to the Boston Herald Radio studio with two education animals: a screen owl and chinchilla.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Popular Mechanics ran a feature on how Bully Boy Distillers’ Will and Dave Willis are reinvigorating Boston’s regional rum legacy.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, The Fresno Bee included Paint Nite in a trend piece about “paint and sip” parties. The article features various event photos, as well as quotes from a local artist, attendee, and Paint Nite executive.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, FIRST for Women magazine features expert commentary on celebrity hairstyles and why they flatter each celebrity’s face shape from SalonCapri’s Nick Penna.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Bully Boy Distillers’ Old Fashioned in a Men’s Journal article, which featured the product as one of the three best store bought cocktails.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, The Providence Journal features an article about Narragansett Beer’s 125th anniversary. The write up highlights the history, revival and future of the beer brand and includes personal anecdotes from president and CEO, Mark Hellendrung, about its revival.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Juice Press in a business story featuring advice from Juice Press Founder, Marcus Antebi, and Chairman, Michael Karsch, on building a lifestyle brand.
New Center for Arts & Culture’s seasonal Jewish public art project “8 Nights, 8 Windows” is featured in Boston’s largest free publication, highlighting “HueMenorah,” an interactive installation displayed at Boomerangs in the South End throughout Hanukkah.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Prevention.com features expert tips and product picks from owner and lead stylist of SalonCapri, Nick Penna, in an article about maintaining hair after age 40.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, Cooking Light features Narragansett Lager in an article about seasonal stews and accompanying craft beers, noting that the versatile beer “goes well with pretty much anything.”
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured coverage of Crazy Foam’s Monsters Collection in a best Halloween toy and decoration roundup segment featuring toy expert Laurie Schact.
Paint Nite is featured in alternative weekly Anchorage Press following the social painting company’s launch in the market. The paper’s arts & entertainment editor writes a favorable review of her experience at an event.
Anchorage-based KTVA, the CBS affiliate for Alaska, featured Paint Nite artists Loren Lau and Tasha Webster on “Daybreak,” the station’s morning show, to discuss Paint Nite’s arrival in the area. The segment showcased sample paintings and displayed several photos and a list of bars and restaurants that hold Paint Nite in the area.
The Boston Globe features The Rodman Ride for Kids founder Don Rodman in a truly heart-warming piece about charitable giving in general, “In Giving, We Receive.” The piece pulls from Don’s book, business model and his experience to urge readers to give in any way that they can. It doesn’t matter if it is time, blood, money or a meal, just give.
marlo marketing, a public relations agency with offices in Boston and New York, secured a detailed review of Bully Boy Distillers’ newest release of the bottled Old Fashioned. The cocktail was rated 8 out of 10 overall and the distillers are given high praise on their ability to craft a high quality, complex product.
In the “Off the Shelf” section highlighting healthy food products, Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing secured a placement featuring Pretzel Crisps Gluten Free Vanilla Yogurt Crunch Minis as a better-for-you snack.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, owner and lead stylist of SalonCapri, Nick Penna, is quoted in an article about fall hair color trends, showcasing his expertise in the hair contouring technique.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, owner and lead stylist of SalonCapri, Nick Penna, is highlighted as an expert on the hair contouring technique, including quotes from him about the coloring process and celebrity inspiration for the trend.
Fairfax-area Paint Nite licensee Luc Atangana is featured in the Entertainment section of the weekly community newspaper, including a lengthy interview which details his background and experience as a Paint Nite artist.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, a placement for Narragansett Beer on WSJ.com highlights Narragansett Honey Ale and Narragansett Innsmouth Olde Ale as the perfect beers for celebrating H.P. Lovecraft’s 125th birthday.
Luxury bus company out of Avon, Massachusetts, LimoLiner is featured in the Sunday August 2nd Boston Globe, Globe South edition on, showcasing the new liner and recent rebrand.
The Lawn on D’s popular temporary art installation, Intrude, is featured as the cover story of metro Boston. The Lawn, referred to as “the funky, artsy paradise in the Seaport,” is positioned as an innovative leader in the Boston public arts space.
Boston-based startup Paint Nite, and it’s cofounders Sean McGrail and Dan Hermann, are featured in the pages of Bloomberg Businessweek, in an article by Joel Stein. Titled “How Paint Nite is Saving the American Bar,” Stein captures the leading social painting company’s story, from its inception in 2012, to today, a worldwide phenomenon in 1,200 cities.
In an article featuring what’s new on Cape Cod, South Hollow Spirits’ Distillery Tours are highlighted, noting that SHS is “the first legal distillery on Cape Cod since Prohibition,” offering two molasses-based rums.
Local licensee Connie Psomas and artist Terran McCabe visit English Setter Brewing Company for a Paint Nite demo with KXLY’s Casey Lund.
Coastal Virginia’s January issue features Paint Nite Hampton Roads in a full-page article, resulting from writer Angela Blue attending a recent event. Angela’s great review includes photos of her experience.
Paint Nite is featured on WAVE 3’s Sunday morning newscast in a lengthy segment highlighting the social painting phenomenon’s introduction to the Louisville area. Artists Shelly Neighbors and Lacole Offott visit the studio to talk about Paint Nite and show off their paintings.
In a “Wine Sense” article highlighting the consumer market shift towards sustainability packaged wines, Andegavia Cask Wines is highlighted as a premium, luxury offering on the market, quoting Founder Gavin Macomber several times.
PARENTS, a premier lifestyle publication, features Nicholas Penna Jr., Owner and Lead Stylist at SalonCapri Boston, Newton and Dedham as one of their pro stylist contributors for getting the perfect side braid in the magazine’s monthly “Looking Good” section.
Paint Nite Salt Lake City is featured on KUTV’s daily lifestyle show, “The Refresh.” The anchor joins licensee/artist Grace Dawson live for a painting demonstration on the patio of Aerie Restaurant at Snowbird for a two-part segment showing what Paint Nite is all about!
Paint Nite is featured in the St. Albert Leader, Edmonton, Canada’s free weekly newspaper. The article highlights how popular Paint Nite has become in the area, and emphasizes the social, fun aspect of the events.
In an article highlighting the return of rum to Boston, Privateer Rum is showcased as a craft distillery that goes against the grain to produce a high-quality spirit unlike any competitor on the market. Privateer Rum’s “obsessive [and] quality-first ethos” is cited, noting that “the extra time, money, and energy” they put into their product is noticeable in every sip.
In an article highlighting the evolution and reconstruction of beverage packaging standards, Andegavia is showcased as a ‘Monday to Thursday wine’ that’s perfect for a glass with dinner or casual after work drink. The article quotes Gavin referring to Andegavia’s overall goal of providing “a better way to drink good wines every day.” Andegavia’s sustainable packaging features are also highlighted, noting that the product is 100% recyclable with a reduced carbon footprint.
Franklin Park Zoo’s organic garden project, and its focus on sustainability and enrichment, is featured on Chronicle. Interviews with Harry Liggett, Manager of Horticulture and Grounds, and Jeannine Jackle, Assistant Curator at Franklin Park Zoo, are included, as well as footage of the animals enjoying the fresh produce.
Privateer Rum founder, Andrew Cabot, is interviewed by David Asman and Liz Claman on the “After the Bell” program. Privateer is highlighted as leading the charge to elevate the craft rum category to the top shelf.
Hopsters is prominently featured in an article about the trend of holding company events in microbreweries and distilleries. The article spotlights Hopsters’ out-of-the-box experience, and why it is a great venue for corporate and team building outings.
Privateer Rum founder, Andrew Cabot, is interviewed by Pimm Fox on industry analysis program, ‘Taking Stock.’ The interview offers a glimpse into the handcrafted production process of Privateer, and notes the brand as a frontrunner of the Rum Renaissance.
In a round-up of “next generation PBR” beers, Outsidefeatures Narragansett as a New England staple that offers a broad product lineup. The article refers to ‘Gansett as “by far the most drinkable of all of the brews on this list,” and links to the brand website.
Fast Company explores Narragansett’s frequent presence in the pop-culture spotlight and features a slideshow of Narragansett’s history accompanied by commentary from Mark Hellendrung. The author notes that Narragansett has been “just about everywhere of note” and refers to ‘Gansett as the “Forest Gump of beers.”
The Stone Zoo’s new additions, including a tree kangaroo, cotton-top tamarins, fruit bats, American alligators, and baby lynx kittens, are featured on the cover of theStoneham Sun, with details on each exciting exhibit.
The return of the ‘Gansett ‘Jaws’ can was posted, noting its partnership with the R.J. Dunlap Marine Conservation Program, as well as the #NameTheShark social media contest. The article also states, “If you want to grab a cold one, now you can do so like a grizzled veteran that hunts great white sharks!”
Andegavia Cask Wines is included in a round-up of top Lifestyle Buzz items, noting that the casks are “eco-friendly, portable wines with direct-to-consumer delivery.” The write-up highlights the premium quality of Andegavia and notes the wine’s more efficient price point compared to other bottled wines of the same quality.
In a round-up of new pretzel products that “Satisfy Your Pretzel Craving,” Trish Clasen included Pretzel Crisps Minis as the re-vamped, bite-sized versions of the favorite original cracker-thin pretzel snack. Trish also includes mention of the Cheddar Minis as a “great on-the-go alternative.”
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s regional distribution section, Metro Parent West, put their team of moms to the test on their snack tasting skills. The team held a taste testing of the many Pretzel Crisps flavors, and included a small editorial blurb on what they thought of the flavors, concept, and nutrition.
Paint Nite’s innovative concept and immense popularity nationwide is spotlighted on CBSNews.com, along with a video highlighting a Paint Nite event at a popular New York City venue, which was picked up on several CBS affiliates.
Narragansett’s Coffee Milk Stout was featured in an article about beers that incorporate breakfast ingredients like bacon, oats and coffee. A quote from Narragansett President Mark Hellendrung accompanies the piece along with a photo of the beer.
American Airlines’ in-flight magazine, American Way, features an impressive five-page feature article on the writer’s firsthand experience at Hippocrates Health Institute’s Life Transformation Program.
Founder Joe Donelan was the featured wine producer in the publication’s “taste profile” section. The profile piece provides background on Joe’s start in the wine business, what makes Donelan wines unique, and the personal element of the Donelan brand.
Kambiri, the youngest gorilla at Franklin Park Zoo, turned three this year and has been at the zoo since birth. Her life was featured in a post on BuzzFeed animals entitled, “The 14 Most Adorable Moments Of One Gorilla’s Toddlerhood,” and garnered over 41,000 views in less than 24 hours.
SalonCapri is the only salon in Boston recommended byLucky magazine for its feature “The Ultimate Pixie Cut: Where to Get It.” This list of select national salons, which ran in Lucky’s Special Edition issue, is the editorial team’s “cross-country guide to our favorite short-hair experts.
Paint Nite is spotlighted as the newest addition to the “add alcohol” activities that are “taking the nation by storm” in the Culture section. NYC artist and instructor Jonathan Levy and co-founder Daniel Hermann are quoted.
Paint Nite’s launch in Baltimore is the feature article in The Baltimore Sun‘s arts & entertainment section, “Live!” Local artist Scott Hakanson and several event-goers were interviewed, and several photos were included in the article.
Blogger Julia Crowley, winner of the 2012 Wine Blog Award for Best New Blog, features Donelan’s 2011 Nancie Chardonnay on Wine Julia with a suggested pairing recipe. She “absolutely loves” the wine, saying “their priority of prizing quality over all other factors shines through in this stellar Chardonnay.”
Blogger Julia Crowley, winner of the 2012 Wine Blog Award for Best New Blog, features Donelan’s 2011 Nancie Chardonnay on Wine Julia with a suggested pairing recipe. She “absolutely loves” the wine, saying “their priority of prizing quality over all other factors shines through in this stellar Chardonnay.”
Kenmore Square cocktail destinations Eastern Standard, The Hawthorne and Island Creek Oyster Bar and the small-batch distillers from Bully Boy are highlighted in aMARKET WATCH feature about Boston’s burgeoning craft cocktail scene.
The 2010 Donelan Cuvee Christine is included in the luxury publication as one of Mark Goldberger’s “Top 10 Summer Sips.”
Kenmore Square cocktail destinations Eastern Standard, The Hawthorne and Island Creek Oyster Bar and the small-batch distillers from Bully Boy are highlighted in a MARKET WATCH feature about Boston’s burgeoning craft cocktail scene.
The 2010 Donelan Cuvee Christine is included in the luxury publication as one of Mark Goldberger’s “Top 10 Summer Sips.”
The Grommet, CEO Jules Pieri and two company founders who used the website to launch their startup product, were highlighted in the article entitled “Persons of interest.” The article, which also ran on,positions The Grommet as an effective way to get one’s product/invention in front of influencers who have a direct effect on sales.
Narragansett Beer CEO Mark Hellendrung spoke withBloomberg Radio about Narragansett’s rich history and promising future, including the opening of its new brewery and introduction of its limited-edition craft offerings.
After a visit to the Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company farm in Woodstock, Globe Correspondent Ann Trieger features the company in a travel piece in the “g” section, providing a great overview of the company’s history and highlighting the experienced cheese-making team.
Island Creek Oyster Bar’s locally-sourced Franklin’s Ghost jam cocktail with Bully Boy Distillers’ white whiskey and jam from Boston-based Bonnie’s Jams leads a lengthy feature on the country’s best locavore libations.
Men’s Health editor Michael Easter includes Narragansett Bock in his roundup of “The Best Beers for Spring” calling the Bock “particularly stellar: It’s drier, hoppier, and slightly more refreshing than most [bocks].”
Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company’s Lille is featured on serious eats, a national food and beverage blog that receives more than 110,000 unique visitors per month. Writer Stephanie Stiavetti says “I don’t know the last time I could just sit down and eat through a solid wedge of cheese, with nothing but a bowl of crackers and a little sea salt.”
Blogger Cameron Curtis kicks grilled cheese up a notch with Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company’s Alehouse Cheddar and caramelized onions.
Narragansett is included alongside Butterfields Candy, Mini Cooper and Lilly Pulitzer in a marketing-focused feature on reviving classic brands. Narragansett is the primary focus of the article with the other brands speckled throughout to add some color and context.
Owner and head stylist of SalonCapri Nicholas Penna Jr. features his DIY Oscar hairstyles on NECN’s “The Morning Show” alongside host Bridget Blythe. As the expert, Nick describes each hairstyle and how the viewer can achieve this look at home.
Donelan Family Wines’ Cuvee Christine and Walker Vine Hill River Valley Syrah received very positive reviews fromNASHVILLE SCENE’s food blog “Bites.” The review says, “…good things come to those who wait. Take your time. Crack the wax and let it breathe. You’ll be glad you did.”
cooksimple is included in the blog’s first list of “Favorites,” highlighting cooksimple’s convenience and health benefits and making believers out of Shauna and her husband, the chef, with its great flavor.
Better Homes and Gardens features Dermelect’s Above It nail lacquer in a blue nail polish story in the “style/beauty” section.
Area Four Pastry Chef Katie Kimble’s use of local cheeses from Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company in her cheesecake and apple gallette offerings is included in a lengthy feature on tart cheeses as an addition to traditional desserts.
Narragansett Beer is highlighted throughout the “Best Beer!” issue of Rhode Island Monthly, including a shot of Narragansett Porter in the table of contents, a Q&A with brewer Sean Larkin, and inclusion in the Perfect Pours section, naming Narragansett Porter as one of the favorite beers from local brewers.
Corin Hirsch profiles Vermont Farmstead Cheese Company, emphasizing the growth of the 2 year-old company, its place among Vermont’s finest food brands, and the unique story behind its founding on the online component ofSEVEN DAYS.
NAILPRO features the ME Collection in the “Hit List” section. Also, the Head Turner nail lacquer in Selfmagazine and Launchpad Nail Strengthener winning best in its category in Life & Style are featured in the “Media Focus” and “Best of Beauty” sections.
Jules Pieri, founder and CEO of product launch site Daily Grommet, was recently featured in a BUSINESS INSIDERarticle titled, “Men Are Starting to View Marriage Differently And It’s Upending America’s Workforce.”
St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Sunday edition features Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Provocative peptide-infused nail lacquer in a round-up of pink products that give back during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The New York Times highlights Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ ME collection of peptide-infused nail lacquers in the “Thursday Styles” section as part of an article on utilizing animal ingredients in skincare.
Zoo New England president and CEO John Linehan and JAM’N 94.5 radio host Ramiro Torres appear on WGBH’s Greater Boston show to talk about Ramiro running the Boston Marathon to raise money for Zoo New England and why the Zoo’s new kangaroo is named Ramiro!
Stages of Beauty’s line of Toners is included in a round-up of product premiers.
Peekaboo Mobile was the only location-based application mentioned in a feature on businesses using location-based apps to offer customer discounts during a traffic lull. Marshall’s Fenway Farmstand owner explains how he offered a mobile coupon to Peekaboo users during a January 2011 blizzard and saw a 15 percent increase in his regular traffic on a night he was likely to see none.
Style & Beauty Expert Jenn Falik shares tips with TODAY’s Kathie Lee and Hoda on how to “winterize” your skin against the cold weather. During the on-air segment, Jenn previews Dermelect’s new peptide-infused colored nail lacquer collection.
Fashion & Lifestyle Expert Debbie Wright discusses the top five trends for 2012 and features Stages of Beauty’s skincare lines as the best way to maintain perfect skin.
Beauty and Lifestyle Consultant Debbie Wright features Dermelect’s special-edition BCA Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum in a round-up of her favorite beauty products that support Breast Cancer Awareness Month in a segment on 96.5 WTIC-FM.
, ranked as one of the “Top 100 Websites For Women” by , featured Dermelect’s special-edition Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum in a round-up of beauty products that give back in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The October/November 2011 issue of Siempre Mujer highlights Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ special-edition BCA Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum in its pink product round-up in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The October 2011 issue of AT HOME tennessee highlights Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ special edition BCA Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum in a round-up entitled “Go Pink” in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
In celebration of Nate Berkus’ 40th birthday, Nate and Kimora Lee Simons gave a makeover to a lucky New Jersey woman (also turning 40!) who had sold a diamond anniversary ring from her husband in order to generously spend the money on her family. Nate presented her with a replacement three-stone ring from Gemvara and announced that every member of the studio audience will also get the chance to design their own piece of jewelry on Gemvara’s website.
The Sunday, July 17, 2011 edition of the Reno Gazette-Journal highlights Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Age Def Eye Cream, a diamond cross pendant from Gemvara.com and a Stila eyeshadow from nomorerack.com.
The July issue of AT HOME tennessee spotlights an all-natural masque from The Body Deli and an anti-aging nail lacquer from Dermelect Cosmeceuticals in a round-up of must-have summer products.
SalonCapri’s owner & lead stylist, Nick Penna shares his go-to summer hair styles and styling tips on the June 21, 2011 FOX 25 Morning Show.
Good Morning America calls upon industry expert and Hair Club founder Sy Sperling to discuss Latisse as a potential cure for hair loss.
WCVB’s Chronicle put the spotlight on paper designs at Paper, Gowns & Glory in its May 3rd “What’s New” round-up.
WCVB’s Chronicle highlights trendy feather hair extensions at SalonCapri in its May 3rd “What’s New” round-up.
The Body Deli’s special-edition Dark Chocolate Truffle Scrub is highlighted in a CBS New York segment on chocolate beauty products that aired on February 14, 2011.
TV Style Expert, Candace Corey shares Valentine’s Day beauty tips on WGN-Chicago including a Bulgari perfume available for 90% off traditional retail prices on nomorerack.com.
TV Style Expert, Candace Corey shares romantic Valentine’s Day gift ideas on NBC-Chicago including lingerie from Biatta available for 90% off traditional retail prices on nomorerack.com.
Treat Cupcake Bar is a featured “Trendsetter” on styleboston for its signature make-your-own bar!
The Sunday, January 30, 2011 edition of The Washington Post Magazine highlights Dermelect’s Thermaj Self Heating Total Body Polish as a top product to use during snowstorms!
styleboston’s “Detour” host, Chris Talanian, checks out what all the bounce is about at Sky Zone Boston.
The Boston Herald‘s Business Editor, Frank Quaratiello, held an in-person interview with Gemvara.com founder Matt Lauzon to discuss Matt’s hobby, fly-fishing, and watch Matt demo his skills. The full-page article ran in Frank’s recurring Business column called “Frank Talks,” which profiles local-area company leaders and their unique passions/hobbies. Video footage of Matt fishing also ran on bostonherald.com that same day!
les nouvelles esthétiques & spa highlights Dermelect’s Thermaj Self Heating Total Body Polish in its January 2011 feature, “A Toast to Love.”
Rhode Island’s NPR station WRNI profiles Narragansett’s 120th anniversary and brand story.
Beauty Expert, Candace Corey, highlights Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Nail Recovery System as one of her favorite holiday beauty gift selections on a December 20, 2010 WGN-TV Chicago segment.
NECN teases Sky Zone’s inclusion in the Boston Globe’s “Best of the New” issue.
Beauty Expert, Candace Corey, highlights Dermelect Cosmeceuticals’ Thermaj Self-Heating Total Body Polish as a winter skin saver on a December 16, 2010 CBS Los Angeles segment.
NBC’s Providence affiliate gets an insider’s look at Narragansett’s 120thanniversary luncheon with former brewery staff, including former Governor J. Joseph Garrahy.
WSPA-CBS in North Carolina and South Carolina included customizable jewelry from Gemvara.com in a holiday gift guide segment on the Your Carolina morning show.
Narragansett Porter is featured in Massachusetts Beverage Business’ December “Brand News.”
The November 26, 2010 edition of the Long Island Business News profiles the successes and challenges of Long Island-based Dermelect Cosmeceuticals.
Ben Dolgoff, co-founder of Peekaboo Mobile, stopped by FOX25 studios on Thanksgiving morning to talk with anchor, Gene Lavanchy, about how consumers can use their cell phones to score great Black Friday deals by using the Peekaboo app.
Gemvara, Narragansett Beer, and SalonCapri appear front and center in the two page “Love Story” spread in Us Weekly‘s November 22 issue.
Burlington’s Gina Bullard of WCAX-3 News Burlington, discusses Narragansett’s return to Vermont with VP of Sales Bill Heslam.
The October issue of Club Solutions highlights BodyScapes Fitness’ pink treadmill, as well as its charitable donation to the Sagoff Breast Imaging and Diagnostic Centre, in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Denver Magazine highlights special-edition pink ribbon products from The Body Deli & Dermelect Cosmeceuticals in its October issue’s round-up of Breast Cancer Awareness products.
WESH-2, Orlando’s morning news anchors, give Le Whif a try on-air.
Billy Costa takes viewers on a “Delicious Destination” to Treat Cupcake Bar in Needham!
NECN reports on Kiki’s pregnancy at Franklin Park Zoo.
Announcement of a gorilla pregnancy at Franklin Park Zoo makes the evening news on Boston NBC affiliate WHDH, including our charity partner and upcoming baby-related event.
Loren & Wally talk about “Last Call” soap, made from Narragansett Beer hops, and discuss the taste of a good ole ‘Gansett.
ABC World News with Diane Sawyer features Franklin Park Zoo in their “hot weather” segment, “Zoos Use Popsicles to Keep Animals Cool.”
WBUR-FM’s Radio Boston program, devoted to news, issues and people in Boston, reported on Franklin Park Zoo’s gorillas and their “artistic” talents.
Catherine Stanton Schiff talks about recently-revived Narragansett Beer’s past, present, and future with CEO Mark Hellendrung on Voice America’s Cocktails for Everyone!
Chronicle explores Narragansett Beer’s history and revival with brand president Mark Hellendrung.
Check out NY1 New’s piece on ways to energize and refresh yourself in time for summer- “Spring Health Products” featuring The Body Deli’s Green Mineral Detox Scrub.
G4’s Attack of the Show discusses Le Whif in a segment about alternative coffee consumption.
Ann Curry and Matt Lauer give Le Whif a try.
Early Show anchors Betty Nguyen, Maggie Rodriguez, and Jeff Glor try out Le Whif.
WPIX-PIX 11 Morning News aired a piece on caffeine in skincare, featuring Dermelect’s Lipo-Conquer Body Toning Cream, which contains caffeine as an ingredient.
Host Michael Tarshi talks with Harvard Professor and Le Whif inventor David Edwards.
Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford tease Le Whif.
FunnyorDie.com features Gladstone’s comedic musings about Le Whif.
Stephen Colbert gives Le Whif a try for himself.
Jay Leno jokes about Le Whif in his opening monologue.
National Correspondent Michelle Franzen discusses Le Whif with its inventor and New York City consumers.
Boston’s NBC affiliate, WHDH, explores how Le Whif works with inventor David Edwards.
The Boston Globe Magazine’s Best of the New issue included the opening of the Greater Boston Food Bank’s new headquarters.
Narragansett’s Mark Hellendrung and Eric Spitz discuss the beer’s revival and marketing strategy.
The Body Deli’s special-edition Cleavage Contour Cream is featured in the “Must Have” section of PBG Lifestyle Magazine.