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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 Narragansett Beer in a business story focusing on beer makers who previously were contract brewing but are finally opening breweries of their own.
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.
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, 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.
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, 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, 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, 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, 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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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 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!”
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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.”
, 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.