September 2015

  • Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck was recently featured in LongIsland.com for its upcoming Oktoberfest event. Read More.
     
  • PRMG assisted the family of Goldie Steinberg, a longtime Grandell Rehabilitation & Nursing Center resident, in announcing her passing. This was reported by PIX 11 NewsThe Jerusalem PostThe ForwardJewish Business NewsChabadThe Times of IsraelTel Avivre.com(French), Channel 7 Eyewitness NewsThe Jewish PressNew York Jewish Week and JP Updates.
     
  • Central Veterinary Associates (CVA) was named one of the 2015 Corporate Citizens of The Year by Long Island Business News. Dr. John Charos, CVA president and CEO, was chosen as one of the "Kings of Queens" by The Queens Courier.
     
  • Joe Moshé, owner of Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. was honored with the Business of Giving Leadership Award by Long Island Business News.
     
  • Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was ranked #7 on the list of Ten Best Kosher Delis in North America by Shalom Life. Scott Singer of Ben’s Restaurant Group was interviewed by Long Island Business News for an article on how restaurants are looking to accommodate customers with gluten allergies.
     
  • Labor Day eblasts were created for Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center, Inc., Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck, Central Veterinary Associates, Charles Rutenberg Realty Long Island, Gershow Recycling,The Hotaling Group, LL Dent Restaurant, The Long Island Game Farm, Nassau County Suggestion Box, P&P Medicaid and Sanders Thaler Viola & Katz, LLP.
     
  • The Village of Islandia's Silverleaf Lane was renamed in memory of former Village Clerk Linda R. Sheahan. This was reported in Newsday. A printed newsletter was also created for the village.
     
  • An eblast design and subsequent promotional materials were created for the Long Island Game Farm's Back to School Blast.
     
  • An E-Newsletter was launched for The Hotaling Group.
     
  • Mary Ann Malack-Ragona, executive director and CEO of Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc., was interviewed by Newsday about a preliminary study which showed those who watch too much TV, have mediocre grades in school and/or experience loneliness are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease. Virginia Belling was named as one of Long Island Business News’ “Ones to Watch” in Banking for her joining ADRC’s Board of Directors.
     
  • Newsday interviewed Scott Sanders of Sanders Thaler Viola & Katz, LLP for an article on how retirees can save money on their home costs.
     
  • PRMG is working on the campaign for Jim O’Connor, the Republican and Conservative Party candidate for Suffolk County Executive. Mr. O’Connor has been interviewed by Newsday on the issues affecting Suffolk County; additional articles can be found on his campaign page. He was also interviewed by LI News Radio about his call for a criminal investigation into a computer software deal involving the Bellone administration.
     
  • The Long Island Advance ran a feature story on the 46th Annual Fuoco Memorial Golf Feastival, a golf tournament to raise money for Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck.