What's Happening at PRMG

  • The Village of Islandia's Veteran's Day ceremony was covered by FiOS1 and Newsday.
  • Nonnina Restaurant was described by Explore LI as a fine, Italian-style dining experience with "contemporary appeal."
  • A Save the Date email was created to promote the Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center's Annual Physician's Dinner and Education Expo event.
     
  • An email blast was created for Charles Rutenberg Realty.
  • Tender Touch for All's massage therapy program for veteranswas featured in Veteran's Today and Massage Magazine.
  • Goldie Steinberg’s 114th birthday celebration at Grandell Rehabilitation and Nursing Center was reported by Newsday and Vos Iz Neias.
  • Yahoo News interviewed Dr. Greg Nelson of Central Veterinary Associates to discuss how a woman may have contracted cat stratch disease.
  • An ad was created for Briscoe Protective Systems, Inc.
     
  • A mailer was created for Intelligent Office of Melville.
     
  • Central Veterinary Associates released an ad promoting their vaccination specials.
     
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty released their Spring/Summer 2014 newsletter.
     
  • Crasche Protective Headgear had an ad developed.
     
  • Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck had their website redesigned.
     
  • A website was developed for Individual Benefits Solutions.
     
  • A landing page website was created for Charles Rutenberg Realty.
     
  • A newsletter was developed for Long Island Progressive Coalition.
  • Bob Williams, president of Briscoe Protective Systems, Inc., wrote an opinion piece in the Long Island Business News, discussing the need for low-level carbon monoxide detectors in all commercial buildings.   
     
  • A newsletter was developed for the New York State Society of CPAs-Nassau Chapter.
     
  • Long Island Business News interviewed Lillian Dent of LL Dent and Todd Silverstein of Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers for a story about how restaurants fill tables during off-peak times.
     
  • Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc held its 3rd Annual Riverhead Walk for Alzheimer’s. This was reported by Newsday and Riverhead Local.
     
  •  Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc. held its 11th Walk to End Alzheimer’s event. This was reported in the Massapequa Observer and Syosset-Jericho Tribune.
  • The PRMG assisted Suffolk County Legislator Rob Calarco in promoting the Play for Peace soccer tournament, which was also sponsored by Gershow Recycling. This was covered by Newsday.
  • The Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc was mentioned in the “Our Towns” section of Newsday
  • Todd Silverstein of Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was profiled in the “Movers & Shakers” section of the Long Island Business News.
  • Bob Williams, president of Briscoe Protective Systems, Inc., appeared in the “Op-ed” section of the Long Island Business News, discussing the need for carbon monoxide detectors in light of recent events.  
  • LL Dent and Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen & Caterers were mentioned in a Long Island Business News story about how restaurants fill tables during off-peak times. 
  • Briscoe Protective Systems, Inc. recently expanded into Westchester. This was reported by the Mann Newswire and Security Sales & Integration. The July editions of Security Sales & Integration and the Fire News highlighted Briscoe for honoring Ken and Kim Hansen with the Bert Briscoe award. The July edition of the Fire News also mentioned Briscoe for awarding three local students with the Bert Briscoe Memorial Scholarship. An advertisement was created for Briscoe and was placed in the New York Real Estate Journal.
  • The Villiage of Islandia’s “Ye Olde Fashioned Tag Sale” was mentioned in Newday’s Our Towns section.
  • Dori Scofield and Lynne Schoepfer of Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc. appeared on News 12’s “Animal Island” to discuss the Suffolk County Legislature approving a bill banning the sale of “puppy mill” dogs in Suffolk. In addition, The Port Times Record interviewed Ms. Scofield about the bill's passage. The 15th Annual Hounds on the Sound 3K Dog Walk and Adoption Event was covered by The Port Times Record as well. 
     
  • The Long Island Game Farm's new attractions, Erik's Reptile Edventures Discovery Center and The One and Only Pekingese Dog Act featuring Vanna the Baboon-presented by David Rosaire were highlighted in Newsday's Explore LI section and Newsday.com. In addition, Newsday's Kidsday section included a brief overview of the Game Farm. 
     
  • The Patchogue Lions Club's "Christmas in June" event sponsored by Gershow Recycling was featured in Newsday, News12, and Fios1. Newsday also featured Gershow Recycling's scholarship winners from Bellport High School and Longwood High School
     
  • The Island Now interviewed Liz Holzknecht, who raised money for Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck in honor of her late sister Kate. In addition, Newsday mentioned Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck in an article about ways to volunteer for summer camps around Long Island. Fios1 covered the camp's 67th summer session kickoff, which provides 10 weeklong sessions to children with special needs. 
     
  • The Center for Science Teaching and Learning's 2014 "Clean Tech Competition" winners were featured in  Long Island Business News. Ray Ann Havasy, President of CSTL appeared on TV55's "Exit 10/55" to discuss the "Clean Tech Competition." 
     
  • Bob Williams, President of Briscoe Protective Systems Inc., appeared on WALK's "Island Assignment" to discuss the recent legislation in effect requiring CO detectors in commercial buildings, including the Steve Nelson Safety Act. 
     
  • Lawrence Gross of Core Title Services was interviewed by Long Island Business News about the impact the state's regulations will have on the title insurance industry. 
  • The winners of the Easter egg roll contest at McPeak's Assisted Living were included in The Long Island Advance
     
  • Central Veterinary Associates' veterinarians cared for an injured yellow-crowned night heron that was shot in its wing. This was reported by NewsdayNews 12, WCBS2,1010 WINS, Eyewitness News, News 4 New York and The Long Island Herald
     
  • Bob Williams, of Briscoe Protective Systems Inc. was interviewed by Security Systems News about the need for lower-level carbon monoxide detectors with digital displays to be hard wired into exisiting systems. 
     
  • ​ The Port Times Record interviewed Dori Scofield of Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc. about a bill sponsored by Suffolk County Legislator Jay Schneiderman that would impose stricter laws on the pet stores selling puppies born in "puppy mills." 
     
  • The teams from School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.'s (SBPLI) 15th Annual Long Island Regional FIRST Competition at Hofstra University that moved on to the national competition in St. Louis were featured in ThisWeek's Port Jefferson. In addition, Great Neck South High School robotics team leader John Motchkavitz was mentioned in Long Island Business News for being nominated in LIVE! with Kelly and Michael's Top Teacher Search Contest. 
     
  • Newsday mentioned Gershow Recycling's donation of the use of 30 vehicles in the Seventh Annual Chuck Varese Vehicle Extrication Tournament. 
     
  • Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was mentioned in Long Island Business News for its dedication to always serving Kosher food after denying rumors about retracting its Kosher certification. 
  • Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center, Inc. announced it is offering a weekly caregiver telephone support group. This was reported by Newsday and Newsday.com.
     
  • The winners of School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.'s 10th Annual FIRST LEGO League Long Island Championship Tournament were announced by Newsday. In addition, Newsday and Long Island Business News  announced the results of SBPLI's FIRST Robotics Competition. 
     
  • Long Island Business News interviewed Joe Moshè of Charles Rutenberg Realty for an article on how the harsh winter affected the real estate market. 
     
  • A photo of the Long Island Game Farm's Easter Egg Hunt was published in Newsday. The Game Farm was also featured in Newsday's "Explore LI" section as a perfect place to visit during the weekend. 
     
  • Gershow Recycling offered  Newsday  and Newsday.com a tour at its Medford facility in honor of Earth Day. 
     
  • Bob Williams, President of Briscoe Protective Systems Inc. spoke to Newsday.com about the passage of law in Nassau County, which requires all public and commercial buildings to install carbon monoxide alarms. 
     
  • Michael Schaier, founder of Michael's Pack was interviewed by Newsday about his newly found second career in dog training.  
     
  • John Farrell, of Sahn Ward Coschignano & Baker was named in Long Island Business News' "Ones To Watch in Law." Michele Pincus was named in Long Island Business News' "Ones To Watch in Commercial Real Estate." 
     
  • John Zaher, President of The Public Relations and Marketing Group was interviewed by Long Island Business News about public relations and marketing tips for law firms. 
     
  • A photo from School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.'s FIRST LEGO League Long Island Championship Tournament was featured in Newsday. The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC)  at Hofstra University was featured on Fios1 and FOX5 and News 12
     
  • Save-A-Pet Founder/President Dori Scofield appeared on News 12's "Animal Island" segment to discuss the upcoming St. Pitty's Day and Fur Ball events. PRMG and Save-A-Pet helped arrange an interview for The Groomery with WCBS and TV 55 about the county's expansion of the Animal Protection Law to establish a voluntary rating system for pet groomers. NYMetroParents listed Save-A-Pet as a great place for families to volunteer together. Save-A-Pet's St. Pitty's Day party appeared on Fios1 news as well. 
     
  • Alzheimer's Disease Resource Center, Inc.'s Education Conference and Expo 2014 was covered by News 12 and Examiner.com
     
  • Elliot Lavietes and Scott Sanders of Sanders Thaler Viola and Katz, LLP offered tax advice in Newsday's "Tax Tips" article. Mr. Sanders was interviewed for a Long Island Business News story on what companies must do before purchasing another business. 
     
  • Newsday cited Nonnina as one of the top three Italian restaurants on Long Island. 
     
  • Agents at Charles Rutenberg Realty represented a tenant in a commercial lease transaction in Holbrook. This was reported by Long Island Business News
     
  • The Public Relations and Marketing Group's "Dining Out LI" Twitter handle and basic information was featured in Newsday

 

  • A print advertisement was designed and placed for Larkfield
     
  • A print advertisement was designed and placed for Futterman, Lanza & Block, PLLC
  • newsletter was created for Long Island Progressive Coalition 
     
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc.'s Agent Jill Sackler was mentioned in Newsday's "Seller Mistakes" section.
     
  • Ben’s Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers was featured in a Long Island Business News article about the recent decline in popularity of Jewish Delis on Long Island. In addition, Jewish World mentioned Ben's kids' menu deal for the month on February. 
     
  • Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center, Inc.’s First Annual “Give from the Heart Athletes for Alzheimer’s Endurance Event” was featured in Newsday. In addition, Newsday mentioned the organization's support for Dan Cohen's "Music & Memory" program. 
     
  • Camp Pa-Qua-Tuck’s annual Rotary Club of the Moriches dinner to honor the Moriches Paquatuck Spaws was featured in Long Island Business News
     
  • School-Business Partnerships of Long Island, Inc.’s FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Qualifying Tournament was included in Newsday. The FIRST Lego League (FLL) Qualifying Tournament was also mentioned in Newsday. An article about The Garden City Robotics League (GCRL) Thunder Chickens winning the Champion's Award at the FLL Qualifying Tournament was included in The Garden City News Online. 
     
  • Islandia Village's acquisition of the Old Nichols Road Park was included in Newsday
     
  • LL Dent was featured in a Newsday article about Long Island restaurants that sell unique gumbo soup. Newsday  also included them in an article about all about Mardi Gras by featuring their Cajun buffet. 
     
  • Newsday included an article about Charles Rutenberg Realty Inc.’s 30 new employees at various locations.

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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.