Arrow Benefits Group Featured in EBA Magazine

Congratulations to Arrow Benefits Group for this huge piece in their leading industry magazine!

Arrow specifically wanted to be featured in Employee Benefit Advisor, as it is one of the biggest national publications for their industry, and validates them as experts in their field.

Here’s an excerpt from the article: 

“As brokerages continue to look for ways to stand out from the competition, two agencies are giving back to their communities and helping those areas become healthier in the process. Arrow Benefits Group in Petaluma, Calif., created the Arrow Community Wellness Initiative. The initiative each month offers CPR and automated defibrillator (AED) training and certification with first -aid, instructed by the Petaluma Health Care District, free to the community…” Read the entire article here.

GetNoticed PR Client By-lined in National Publication

Congrats to client Tom Jackson of Veale Outdoor Advertising, who recently published a featured article in the May-June 2016 issue of Vineyard & Winery Management, a national publication. By-lined articles like these are a huge hit and show off strengths while establishing you as an expert.

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Here, Tom writes about year-round marketing. Take a look at the full article here. What do YOU have to say about your field? Talk with us anytime about how to get recognition as an expert within your industry.

SRJC “Malala” Book Project Gets More Big Press

This is the third media hit we’ve garnered for this project; a huge example of press begetting more press! Each time the Press Democrat wrote about this, they were interested in even more, so we’ve kept them in the loop and they’ve been reporting about the project at each stage for us.

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SRJC ESL students were inspired by Malala – they wrote personal letters to her about their own experiences relating to her struggle, and then combined them into a self-published book. The results were incredible. This most recent piece ran on the cover of the Press Democrat’s Sonoma Section and features interviews with the students, plus a live video interview shot by the PD of some the student writers. Book project events culminated with a reading at local bookstore Copperfield’s this week and the article drew a huge crowd to the event.

Client Coverage- Veale Outdoor Advertising in Northbay Biz

Great client coverage for Tom Jackson of Veale Outdoor Advertising in a newly published article n the Northbay Biz Magazine! Tom Jackson, general manager, gets a by-line and delivers his expert Marketing & Advertising tips for business owners.

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Read a PDF of the article here, or find it online here. 

To see more of the great results our clients are getting, check out the Results page! 

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Client Coverage – Local Santa Rosa, CA

What has the media done for you lately? Here’s a snippet of what clients have been experiencing as of late…

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Sipping Wine in Corrick’s
By Peg Melnik
Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 5:11 by Tasting.Room

Ancient Oaks Cellars hopes to open its tasting room in Corrick’s Stationery Store on Fourth Street. What’s the story behind this winery, and just exactly when can we start swirling, sipping and shopping? Here’s a Q & A with co-vintner Melissa Moholt-Siebert to catch up on progress. The Ancient Oaks Tasting Room could be a game-changer for downtown Santa Rosa. Read the blog here.

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First wine-tasting room planned for downtown Santa Rosa Read the Press Democrat article here.

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San Francisco Chronicle – Media/Client Coverage

Very sexy article about the Make Love & Intimacy Boot Camp movement we support…

Intimacy Boot Camp helps parents reinvigorate ties

By Ryan Lattanzio-  Published 4:00 a.m., Sunday, May 13, 2012

The Purdie family. Photo: Ryan Lewis / SF

The Purdie family. Photo: Ryan Lewis /SF

When Michele and David of San Francisco started a family three years ago, their conversations turned from dates and dinner plans to diapers and day care.”When  you’ve got two small kids and you’re trying to look after the house and  working and paying the mortgage, pretty much the thing that always gets  de-prioritized is your relationship with your partner,” said Forte, a full-time mom.Then, at a mother’s group meeting, Forte saw a flyer advertising a dinner and workshop – for couples. It was February, and her five-year wedding anniversary was approaching, so Forte ran with  the idea. She and Purdie, who works at a biotech company, hired a babysitter and left their two toddlers at home. It was off to Intimacy Boot Camp. Continue reading