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Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing secured Sandy Pines Campground’s coverage in the June 2018 issue of The Maine Magazine. The glamping client serves as the backbone of the photo-driven, 17-page Kennebunkport, Maine destination feature with their Glamp Tents highlighted as the ideal place to stay while exploring the coastal New England town.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the May 18th edition of Boston Business Journal features Grafton Group and Owner Patrick Lee in an extensive brand profile. Detailing the evolution of Grafton Group over the years, the article is supported with great insight from Patrick on his lessons learned, work-life balance and how to keep the restaurants current and unique.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, the May 2018 issue of Coastal Living spotlights Yvonne’s in a piece looking at the intoxicating history of coastal cocktails. The full-page feature on the supper club’s version of the Ward 8 includes a brief history – which was created at Boston’s iconic Locke-Ober, where Yvonne’s is now located – along with a recipe for the cocktail.
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.
Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing secured a placement for The Colonnade Hotel with in-flight publication, WestJet Magazine. The piece highlights The Colonnade Hotel’s close proximity to Fenway Park and popular outdoor rooftop bar and pool.
Secured by Boston and New York public relations agency marlo marketing, The Wall Street Journal features Woods Hill Table and sister Adelita in an article about restaurants across the U.S. that source directly from their own farms. The piece highlights why proprietor Kristin Canty decided to purchase her own farm as well as how Executive Chef Charlie Foster finds it liberating to be tasked to use every part of the animal in both restaurant menus.
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.