The firm will support the “fast casual” brand as it expands upon its domination of the Southeast with locations in Miami, Portland and more.
As one-time patrons of the Mushroom’s Charleston and Mount Pleasant branches (go Gamecocks), we recommend pairing the Bayou Bleu with the Smuttynose Robust Porter. And yes, we were sober at the time. Why do you ask?
The firm’s New York office will work with RH and partners Anomaly and MEC to promote the brand, which includes the Renaissance Times Square. We might have a regular Breakfast at Tiffany’s moment there, but sidewalk views aren’t quite as…expansive as one would hope.
Quiet Light Brokerage signed Volume PR as its AOR. The release describes Quiet Light as “the preeminent marketplace for profitable online ventures”, meaning it helps business owners sell their websites.
The firm will help with “branding, messaging, marketing, and more”. We’re sorry to say that prnewser.com is not on the market…for now.
Largemouth Communications will be AOR for Two Men and a Truck, or “the leading moving service franchise system”, promoting the company in the “triangle area” stretching from North Carolina to Washington, D.C.
The firm will be responsible for raising awareness of the company with local media business and community outreach stories as it expands into Maryland and beyond.
Since the “two men” involved do not include brothers, brothers-in-law or the guys who hang out at the U-Haul near Gowanus in Brooklyn, we can see the appeal.
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