Public Relations and Marketing Group Client Press Clips

  • News 12 covered the first round and the second round of the FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition, sponsored by School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.
     
  • Long Island Game Farm's Flemish Giant rabbit was featured on the Today show with Megyn Kelly and Corbin Maxey; this was covered by Newsday. News 12 featured Long Island Game Farm’s 49th annual opening weekend in its “What’s Going On” segment.
  • American Recycler reported on Gershow Recycling hosting Scrap Metal Day for local high school robotics teams.
     
  • Thomas J. Archer of The Archer Financial Group was interviewed by Long Island Business News for a story on wealth preservation for athletes. He also spoke with InsuranceNewsNet.com to discuss issues that high-net worth individuals face regarding transferring of wealth to future generations.
  • Boca Digest reported on the success of The Archer Financial Group's Professional Athlete Management in Florida.
  • The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, which was reported by Brookhaven Review.
     
  • ExploreLI featured LL Dent in a story on soul food restaurants on Long Island.
     
  • Joe Moshé of Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. spoke to the New York Real Estate Journal on the benefits of using purple, the 2018 Pantone Color of the Year.
     
  • In the Long Island Press' Best of LI 2018, Ben's Kosher Delicatessen, Restaurant & Caterers was chosen for Best AppetizerBest Pastrami Sandwich and Best Kosher RestaurantStar Island Yacht Club was named Best Boat Store.
     
  • School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. held its FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Tech Challenge Championship at Smithtown High School. This was covered by Newsday.
  • CBS 2 News interviewed CPA Eliot Lebenhart of Katz, Viola, Lebenhart & Mauro on the importance of paring down your debt.
  • A major player in the "Brew to Moo" program in Brookhaven, BrickHouse donated used barley and wheat from their in-house brewery, which was recycled into animal feed for local farmers; Newsday wrote an article on the program.
  • The television show "Delicious Destinations" on the Travel Channel stopped off at The Lobster Roll Restaurant; the East Hampton Star reported on the appearance. The Lobster Roll is also considered a boon for the sale of the Hampton's first container home according to an article on 27east.com. Dan's Papers mentioned the long-standing restaurant in a nostalgic article about the Hamptons.
  • Gershow Recycling donated more than 1,200 pounds of scrap metal to local high school robotics teams participating in this year's Long Island Regional FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition, presented by School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc. Gershow also donated a new Hannukah Menorah to the Village of Patchogue; its inaugural lighting this past winter was reported in The HIA-LI Reporter.
  • Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers' mushroom soup caught the attention of Sun Sentinel, which published a rave review of the creamy soup. Ben's recently hosted a Workman's Circle discussion at its Manhattan location, titled "NYC Delis: Talk and Taste the History"; this was reported by Grub StreetThe Jewish Week's Food and Wine section ran anarticle on the event, detailing Ben's persistent loyalty to cooking kashrut food.
  • The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Anchor Real Estate of Long Island, which was reported by the The HIA-LI Reporter.
     
  • Forbes Magazine quoted Dr. Greg Nelson, DVM, of Central Veterinary Associates in an article on the use of drugs to help traveling with pets.
  • Chris Clausen was recently welcomed to the School-Business Partnerships of Long Island Board; this was mentioned in Long Island Business News.
     
  • Forbes Magazine quoted Dr. Greg Nelson, DVM, of Central Veterinary Associates in an article on the dangers of chocolate over the holidays.
     
  • Newsday featured Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers (Ben's Deli) in a story on restaurants that stayed open on Christmas Day.
     
  • Everafter opened a third store location, and its first The Westside shop, in Greenvale's Wheatley Plaza; this was reported by Newsday and The Island Now.
     
  • Long Island Business NewsOn Our Island reported on Gershow Recycling's donation and sponsorship of Play For Peace. Gershow also donated a wrecked car to the town of Islip, New York, in support of its anti-drunk and distracted driving campaign; this was reported by Recycling Today.
     
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty of Long Island (CRRLI) owners Pamela and Joseph Moshé were honored with the first-ever CHI Heroes award; this was mentioned in Long Island Business NewsNonprofit highlights of the week.  Joe Moshé was interviewed by NewsdayLong Island Business News and Newsday also ran items on Charles Rutenberg Realty.
  •  Long Island Business News reported on Gershow Recycling's donation and sponsorship of Play For Peace. Gershow's investment in railway cars has helped cut down on road traffic; this was reported in the New York & Atlantic Railway's seasonal newsletter.
     
  • BrickHouse Brewery recently celebrated its 21st Anniversary; this was reported by Ale Street News.
     
  • The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening of Metro Physical & Aquatic Therapy, which was reported by Hauppauge Reporter. The Chamber also celebrated the grand opening of Signature Premier Properties; this was reported by the New York Real Estate Journal.
     
  • The Long Island rounds of the FIRST Robotics Competition, hosted by School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, was reported by LongIsland.com and Newsday.com.
     
  • The Island Now wrote a story on a Thanksgiving turkey drive hosted by Adam Haber at Nassau County Suggestion Box.
  • Newsday.com featured the School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc FIRST Robotics Competition team "Girl Power Robotics" in its back-to-school article.
     
  • Gershow Recycling presented scholarship checks to select graduating Long Island high school students; this was reported on twice by Long Island Business News.
     
  • McPeak's Assisted Living recently celebrated Assisted Living Week; this was reported in Newsday's Hometown Shopper.
     
  • Newsday listed the Long Island Game Farm as one of its summer fun destinations, and featured the Zoo in its enewsletter.
     
  • The Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce celebrated the grand opening  grand opening of Artisan Kaiser Restaurant, which was reported by Patchogue-Medford News
  • Newsday included Lobster Roll Restaurant in an article on the "must-eat lobster rolls" of Long Island, and featured Lobster Roll in its enewsletter.
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty (CRRLI) continued to add agents over the past month. These announcements were reported in Real Estate Weekly.
     
  • Newsday reported the Long Island Game Farm as one of its top 36 things to do on Long Island article, and featured the Game Farm in its enewsletter.
     
  • Don Caroleo of The Garden Dept. was quoted in a Credit.com blog on how to save money on your summer garden. This was picked up by the St. Louis Post-DispatchHuffington Post and MSN MoneyFiOS1 interviewed Mr. Caroleo on the effect that green gardening is having on the landscaping industry.
     
  • The Village of Old Westbury launched a "Smart" water meter pilot program to teach homeowners about water usage and conservation. This was reported in Newsday and The Island Now.
     
  • Steve Levy of Common Sense Strategies appeared on LI News Radio to discuss illegal immigration and voter fraud.
     
  • Shelter Island Reporter reported on the Star Island Yacht Club's Annual Shark Tournament and Neighbor Newspapers reported on its Mako, Thresher & Tuna Tournament. Newsday's ExploreLI section included Star Island Yacht Club in an article featuring the best locations for children to go fishing.
     
  • PRMG assisted The Office of Legislator Rob Calarco in promoting his Ninth Annual Play for Peace/Jugando Por La Paz Soccer Tournament. This was covered by NewsdayNewsday.com and News 12.
     
  • Some of the latest agents to join Charles Rutenberg Realty were reported on by Newsday (2) and Long Island Business News (LIBN) (2) (3).
     
  • GreaterPatchogue conducted an interview with BrickHouse Brewery's new chef.
  • American Recycler featured Gershow Recycling's donation of scrap parts to local robotics teams.
     
  • Newsday and Patch.com reported on Dreamland Amusement's Long Island FunFest. FiOS1 reported on the FunFest's Father's Day special offer.
     
  • Star Island Yacht Club was mentioned in The Fisherman numerous times regarding the 31st Annual Shark Tournament, a list of upcoming tournaments and a profile on the marina itself. A preview of the 31st Annual Shark Tournament appeared in Newsday. The Sag Harbor Express reported on the results from the Shark Tournament.
     
  • The Long Island Game Farm was featured on News12and News12's The East End
     
  • The Village of Islandia groundbreaking for the First Responders Recreational Ball Field was covered by Newsday and FiOS1.
     
  •  The Express Magazine wrote a feature article on the popular summer restaurant, Lobster Roll.
     
  • Recycling Today reported on the environmental conservation scholarships awarded by Gershow Recycling for students at McGann Mercy, Riverhead, Lindenhurst, Bay Shore and Walt Whitman High Schools.
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty of Long Island  hired three new agents this month, which was covered in Newsday. Newsday reported on agent Susan McCoy's new 4-bedroom listing.
     
  • Star Island Yacht Club's upcoming fishing tournaments were featured in Newsday.
     
  • The Smithtown Messenger reported on Dreamland Amusement's Long Island FunFest.
     
  • PRMG assisted the Northport Fire Department in publicizing the 10th Annual Chuck Varese Vehicle Extrication Tournament, in which Gershow Recycling donated the use of 30 vehicles. This was reported by FiOS1The Long-Islander, The Northport Observer and Recycling Today
     
  • The Village of Islandia unveiled its replacement U.S. Marine Corps medallion in time for the Memorial Day ceremony. This was reported by NewsdayNewsday.comNews 12FiOS1 and 1010 WINS Radio. 

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