June 2013

PRMG Success
Long Island Game Farm Email Blast

  • PRMG designed an Advertisement for Nicoletti & Harris, Inc., a Letter for Save-A-Pet, an Email Blast for Long Island Game Farm, and Banner for Dreamland Amusements.
  • Board Member Roger Daisley of Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. took part in the Ride to Montauk to raise money for the organization. This was reported by The Suffolk County News.
  • Dori Scofield appeared on News 12’s “Animal Island” to discuss Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center's latest Pit Bull rescues, tips and training for the breed and the annual “Hounds on the Sound” event. She also appeared with Lynne Schoepfer on News 12’s “Dog Day Fridays” with Six, an abused Pit Bull; Teddy Bear, a Maltese-Yorkie mix who was spontaneously purchased from a pet store; and Baloo, puppy of a stray Hound.
  • The Long Island Game Farm received a rave review from the Today’s Mama blog.
  • Gershow Recycling donated over $1,300 to the Sunrise Fund as part of its Can Tabs for Kids program. This was covered by News 12 and Tri-Hamlet News.
  • PRMG designed a Brochure for Frangeli Consulting & Design, a Logo for Chris Michaels Hair Salon and Spa, and a Flier for Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue.
  • The Port Times Record took photos of this year’s Hounds on the Sound. Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center received a $5,000 grant from Best Friends Animal Society, which was reported by Long Island Business News.
  • BrickHouse Brewery was featured on FiOS1’s “Restaurant Hunter.”
  • Alexander Roberts of Community Housing Innovations, Inc. was named one of Long Island Business News’ “Ones to Watch” in Not-For-Profits.
  • Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was hosting a contest in which anyone who could correctly spell the word “knaidel” — which was spelled correctly by local eighth-grader Arvind Mahankali at the National Spelling Bee — would receive the free food product with a purchase of chicken noodle soup. This was reported by The Queens Courier.
  • Lillian Dent of LL Dent was named one of Newsday’s “Winners” for receiving the Unispan Award.