Public Relations and Marketing Group Client Press Clips

  • Charles Rutenberg Realty President and CEO Joe Moshé was appointed a Board Member of the National Association of REALTORS®. Long Island Business News quoted Mr. Moshé in an article comparing housing prices in 2015.
     
  • Community Housing Innovations' (CHI's) new Fresh Start program was covered by Channel 2 Newsand GreaterPatchogue.comLong Island AdvanceMid Hudson NewsHudson Valley Press and Newsday. CHI's Alexander Roberts appeared on TV 55’s Exit 10/55 to talk about the launch of the Fresh Start program to help homeless families on Long Island and Westchester County transition to permanent housing.
     
  • Fios 1 News interviewed Central Veterinary Associates' (CVA's) President/CEO and principal veterinarian Dr. John Charos about holiday pet safety. Dr. Charos was named a King of Queens by The Queens Courier for his business leadership. The Queens Courier also ran CVA's holiday pet safety article and Long Island Herald ran the organization's article on holiday gifts for dogs.
     
  • One of School-Business Partnerships of Long Island's coaches was named a "Person of the Year" in the Times Beacon Record. Chris Pinkenburg, head coach of the Rocky Point FLL team "Gear Headz" was awarded for inspiring students to pursue science and math through the robotics program.
     
  • Sanders Thaler Viola & Katz, LLP's managing partner Scott Sanders was interviewed by Long Island Business News about the changes to this year’s tax code and the tax break extensions that Long Islanders can receive.
  • Channel 2 NewsGreaterPatchogue.comLong Island AdvanceMid Hudson News and Newsday reported on Community Housing Initiative's Fresh Start program kickoff.
  • Our Coffee with a Cause was featured on Channel 4 NBC New Yorkthe Port Times Record and Coffee Talk's Daily Dose blog.
     
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty of Long Island Owner Joe Moshé was featured in Long Island Business NewsWho's Who in Real Estate.
     
  • Port Jefferson Patch wrote an article about student volunteers at Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck.
     
  • The Journal News featured Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers.
     
  • TBR News Media reported on Pink Aid Long Island's breast cancer fundraiser.
     
  • Lauren Rothe of Brick House Brewery was interviewed by Restaurant Hospitality for an article on how restaurants should be decorated for the holiday season.
     
  • Newsday called L.L. Dent a "satisfying spot for Southern food" in a weekend picksarticle.
     
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty Broker/Owner Joe Moshé had an op-ed published in Long Island Business News.
     
  • FiOS1 News interviewed Dr. John Charos of Central Veterinary Associates for a segment on how people can keep their pets safe during the holiday season.
     
  • Gershow Recycling sponsored the Islip High School catapult team, which broke the world record for the longest Pumpkin Fling. This was reported in Newsday’s LI Life section.
     
  • PRMG assisted the Pace family in announcing the passing of attorney John Pace, who served as a board member and pro bono counsel for Breast Cancer Help, Inc. This was reported by Newsdayand The New York Law Journal.
     
  • PRMG assisted Mitchells in setting up an interview with Long Island Business News for Chris and Ali Mitchell for its “Two Minutes” section.
  • Village of Islandia Mayor ALlan M Dorman was interviewed by Newsday about the importance of the village's Veterans Day ceremony.
     
  • Several clients received Health Care Heroes awards from Long Island Business News on Thursday, November 5. This included Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center, Inc. (ADRC)'s Executive Director and CEO Mary Ann Malack-Ragona for Community Outreach; Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck's Judy Kamer for Nurse Hero; Dr. Frank DeFeis and Dr. John Charos, chief veterinarians at Central Veterinary Associates (CVA), for Veterinary Medicine/Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Hero; and McPeak's Assisted Living for Health Care Facility.
     
  • Jim O’Connor, the Republican and Conservative Party candidate for Suffolk County Executive, was interviewed by LI News Radio’s “The John Gomez Show” and News 12 about the sudden resignation of Suffolk Police Chief James Burke. Mr. O’Connor was also featured in an Election Day preview on 27east.comThe Port Times RecordThe Long Island Advance and Newsday.
     
  • The Examiner News reported the Thanksgiving dinner for ten catering offer from Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant and Caterers. Long Island Jewish WorldThe Island Now and Patch reported Ben's celebration of National Pickle Day on November 14.
  • PRMG's Public Relations Director Hank Russell was honored with the Long Island Business News' 2015 "50 Around 50" Award.
     
  • Several clients will receive Health Care Heroes awards on Thursday, November 5, 2015. This includes Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center, Inc. (ADRC)'s Executive Director and CEO Mary Ann Malack-Ragona for Community Outreach; Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck's Judy Kamer for Nurse Hero; Dr. Frank DeFeis and Dr. John Charos, chief veterinarians at Central Veterinary Associates (CVA), for Veterinary Medicine/Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Hero; and McPeak's Assisted Living for Health Care Facility.
     
  • Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck's haunted Spooky Walk was covered by News 12NextStop Magazine,TriHamlet News and LIHauntedHouses.com.
     
  • Newsday's Fun Book named Ben's Kosher Delicatessen, Restaurant and Caterers as one of the top places to eat after visiting Nassau County museums. Newsday also named Ben's Kosher Deli "Deli Double" sandwich of the "Greatest Sandwiches on Long Island".
     
  • Newsday recently featured Jim O’Connor, the Republican and Conservative Party candidate for Suffolk County Executive, in several articles. This includes his endorsement by United States Congressman Lee Zeldin and his participation in the “Growing a Diverse Long Island” candidates forum at the Brentwood Library. The newspaper also reported on Mr. O’Connor’s recent campaign mailer and quoted him in an article regarding the county's $51.8 million shortfall in sales tax revenue. Mr. O'Connor was featured in a debate on News 12 on October 23.
     
  • The VIN News Service interviewed Central Veterinary Associates' President/CEO Dr. John Charos about his being the subject of the documentary film New York Vet. Dr. Charos was also interviewed about the film by DVM360 Magazine.
     
  • PRMG assisted Pink Aid Long Island in garnering coverage of its 2nd Annual Pink Chair Luncheon and Fashion Show. This was covered by Eyewitness News First at 4 and Times of Huntington.
     
  • Village of Islandia Mayor ALlan M Dorman was interviewed by Newsday about the importance of the village's Veterans Day ceremony.
     
  • Several clients received Health Care Heroes awards from Long Island Business News on Thursday, November 5. This included Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center, Inc. (ADRC)'s Executive Director and CEO Mary Ann Malack-Ragona for Community Outreach; Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck's Judy Kamer for Nurse Hero; Dr. Frank DeFeis and Dr. John Charos, chief veterinarians at Central Veterinary Associates (CVA), for Veterinary Medicine/Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation Hero; and McPeak's Assisted Living for Health Care Facility.
     
  • Jim O’Connor, the Republican and Conservative Party candidate for Suffolk County Executive, was interviewed by LI News Radio’s “The John Gomez Show” and News 12 about the sudden resignation of Suffolk Police Chief James Burke. Mr. O’Connor was also featured in an Election Day preview on 27east.comThe Port Times RecordThe Long Island Advance and Newsday.
     
  • The Examiner News reported the Thanksgiving dinner for ten catering offer from Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant and CaterersLong Island Jewish WorldThe Island Now and Patch reported Ben's celebration of National Pickle Day on November 14.
  • 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.
     
  • 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 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.
     
  • 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.
  • Dr. John Charos, CVA president and CEO, is featured in New York Vet. The film was shown at the Metropolitan Film Festival of New York. The event was covered by The Queens Chronicle, and The Valley Stream Herald.
     
  • Gershow Recycling held a Can Tab for Kids event, which was covered by American Recycler.
     
  • Websites were created for Halo Missions and The Marcus Center For the Performing Arts.
     
  • The Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center hosted The 12th Annual Distant Memories Swim in Northport, which was covered by FIOS1 NewsThe Times of Northport and Huntington, News 12, and The Northport Observer.
     
  • Chad Horal of MetroBPS was interviewed by Newsday about the upcoming EMV (Europay/MasterCard/Visa) regulations that will be implemented in October and what it means for retailers who fail to comply.
     
  • PRMG assisted The Office of Suffolk County Legislator Rob Calarco in providing publicity for the 7th annual Play For Peace Soccer Tournament, sponsored by Gershow Recycling. This was covered by News 12, FiOS1 and GreaterPatchogue.com and appeared on the FiOS1 TV show Push Pause.
     
  • Scott Sanders of Sanders Thaler Viola & Katz, LLP was interviewed by Newsday for an article on how senior citizens can reduce their housing costs during retirement.
  • Emma Hallowell, a student at Cornell University, received a grant from her university to study the behaviors of ruffed lemurs at Long Island Game Farm. This was reported in Newsday. News 12 also featured the Game Farm as part of its “12 Weeks of Summer” segment.
     
  • Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was named in Newsday’s ExploreLI section as one of the best places to eat for dinner and a movie near the AMC Loews Westbury Raceway 10 movie theater.
     
  • Dr. John Charos of Central Veterinary Associates was featured in the short film documentary New York Vet. This was reported in The Queens Chronicle.
  • Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers’ summer BBQ catering special was highlighted on WCBS Radio’s “Dining Diary.” Ben’s was also named “Best Deli” in The Queens Courier’s “Best of the Boro” poll.
     
  • Long Island Business News interviewed Joe Moshé of Charles Rutenberg Realty about the upcoming change in mortgage disclosure rules.
  • PRMG assisted The Patchogue Lions Club in receiving coverage of its annual Christmas in June, sponsored by Gershow Recycling. This was covered by News 12.
  • Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. and Hamptons AARP hosted a dance fitness workshop to help seniors exercise their bodies and their minds. This was announced in Newsday’s Act 2 section.
     
  • The Bayside Times reported on a low-cost microchip clinic hosted by Central Veterinary Associates at the “Pets and Pals” Party to help raise money for non-profit animal and environmental organizations.
     
  • Board Member Scott Schuler and Student Ambassador Maria Roman of School-Business Partnerships of Long Island was interviewed on TV 55’s Exit 10/55 to discuss this year’s Long Island Regional FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Competition.
  • MetroBPS President Chad Horal was featured in article by Long Island Business News about the coming EMV standards.
     
  • Newsday covered the looks of the night at Camp PaQuaTuck's Joy Prom.
     
  • Long Island Game Farm's grand opening was featured on News 12 and Newsday.
     
  • The School-Business Partnerships of Long Island hosted The 16th Annual Long Island Regional First Robotics Competition, which was covered by TV55's "Exit 10/55"The Long Island Business NewsNewsday, and The Corridor.
     
  • BrickHouse Brewery's James Skidmore is honored as Member of the Year in Long Island Advance.
     
  • Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center held its annual Education Expo and Physician's Dinner. Featured in Sag Harbor Express, keynote speakers B Smith & Dan Gasby spoke on the challenges and triumph of becoming a cargiver to a spouse.
  • The PP Medicaid website was posted.
     
  • The Therapy Center for Children website was posted.

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