January 2014

Restaurant Web Design
Ben's Deli Website

PRMG
NYSSCPA January Newsletter

  • 28-page Newsletter was designed for the New York State Society of CPAs.
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  • ​​ print advertisement was designed and placed for Futterman, Lanza & Block, LLP.
  • website was designed and programmed for Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers.
     
  • Central Veterinary Associates  was included in a Newsday article and a caption about twenty-eight abandoned chicks that were found outside a Petlands Discounts in Hempstead and brought to Central Veterinary Associates. This was also covered by  Newsday.comNews12, FIOS1, WABC, FOX5, Riverhead News-Review.com, and LIHerald.com. In addition, ModernDogMagazine.com and ModernCat.com included CVA's tips for keeping pets safe on Super Bowl Sunday. 
     
  • The Associated Press featured Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers in an article about the best Super Bowl-style meals that are being offered in Manhattan. Also, Newsday mentioned that the Woodbury location is a tasty place to stop for a bite to eat when driving on Jericho Turnpike. 
     
  • Michael's Pack was featured in a Long Island Business News article about Michael Schaier's passion for dog training. 
     
  • Arthur Zimmerman, the new brewmaster for Brickhouse Brewery and Restaurant was profiled in Long Island Business News. A new mobile site was also posted, visit www.brickhousebrewery.com for more details.
     
  • Bob Williams of Briscoe Protective Systems, Inc. and Ben Youdim of Beltrami, Ltd. were interviewed by Long Island Business News on how they plan to grow their businesses in 2014. In addition, LIBN.com and Newsday released articles about Briscoe Protective Systems, Inc. securing a multimillion-dollar line of credit with Suffolk County National Bank to expand its business through acquisitions. 
     
  • Dori Scofield of Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc.  was featured in a Newsday article, in which she explained the organization’s “old friends with benefits” program. 
     
  • Wild Ginger was featured in Newsday’s Celebrate 2014!” section as one of the best valued restaurants to try for New Year's.
     
  • LL Dent was included in Newsday’s “Near Shopping” section as one of the restaurants to enjoy after Christmas shopping.
     
  • Two of Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc.’s dogs, Bonita and Lady Rebecca, were named “Shelter Pet of the Week” by the Port-Times Record.
  • Long Island Advance published an article about the Plaza Cinema and Media Arts Center holding its first digital screening of “The Invisible Woman,” which is set to debut in theatres in February.
     
  • The Mineola American interviewed Dr. Aaron Vine of Central Veterinary Associates for an article on how pet owners can keep their pets safe during the holidays.
     
  • Newsday and FIOS1 featured Gary Cessman’s “Holiday of Lights” display, in honor of his mother, who died of Alzheimer’s Disease, and which raises money for the Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. In addition, Mary Ann Malack-Ragona's informational sessions on "What You Need To Know About Alzheimer's" were featured in Newsday. Also, Able published an article about Mary Ann Malack-Ragona accepting her "Healthcare Heroes" Award at Long Island Business News' Health Care Heroes Award Ceremony. Ms. Malack-Ragona won this honorary award after spending many years organizing support groups and programs for those who battle Alzheimer's Disease and their unpaid caregivers.
     
  • FIOS1 and Newsday covered the 2014 FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition Kickoff, which was sponsored by the School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. and Stony Brook University. In addition, Newsday featured a photo of the "Roboboogie" robotics team from Hewlett, who participated in the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Qualifying Tournament on January 19 at Hewlett High School, hosted by FIRST and School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. 
     
  • A website was designed and programmed for the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO).
  • Hometown Shopper Patchogue and Hometown Shopper Port Jefferson included Gershow’s announcement on its scholarship program with Riverhead High School and Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck’s new phoenix sculpture near Kaler’s Pond.