Archive for April, 2014

Connecticut Conference on Tourism Draws Crowds and Praise

Quinn & Hary Marketing, Regan’s Connecticut agency, recently managed and produced the fifth annual Connecticut Conference on Tourism.  The statewide tourism conference is held every spring at the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford, Connecticut.  The Conference, in partnership with the State Office of Tourism, is sponsored by national media companies plus attractions and hotel groups […]

Chach’s Sports Corner: How To Sever A Relationship

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Donald Sterling owns the L.A. Clippers. He was taped talking to his girlfriend and allegedly making racist, derogatory comments toward minorities. We all remember what our mothers told us growing up. “If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” I can still […]

New York Sports Clubs Celebrates Nan’s 100th Birthday!

Recently I had the privilege of working with a client that reminded me why I love public relations and in her honor, I am dedicating Team NYC’s blog spot to one of the most inspiring women I have had the pleasure of meeting – 100 year old New York Sports Club member and SilverSneakers enthusiast, […]

The Unintended Internship

Most internships don’t happen by accident, but in my case that’s exactly what happened – an unintended internship.  My journey (an unbelievable one) to become an advertising intern at Pierce-Cote Advertising was one like no other. After being misdiagnosed with a rare form of cancer by doctors in Florida earlier this spring,  (yes, you read […]

Spring has sprung and summer is on its way!

There may still be a chill in the air, but before you know it everything will be in full bloom and the hustle and bustle of the summer season will be here. Best of all, a change of season brings ample PR opportunities for clients. From promoting existing initiatives, to creating new seasonal-based ideas, there […]

We are Boston Strong.

Do you believe in miracles? Yes! One of the greatest eve calls of a sporting event, the Al Michaels exclamation from the final seconds of the United States men’s hockey team’s improbable win over the Soviet Union in the 1980 Winter Olympics, came to mind when American Meb Keflezighi finished 11 seconds ahead of Kenyan […]

Regan Original Video Produces American Liver Foundation Mission Video

Thirty million Americans are living with liver disease, and the American Liver Foundation is here to help. The Foundation looked to Regan Original Video to produce a mission video that would showcase the important work they do, not just in New England, but across the country. To properly convey the scope of the American Liver […]

The 90’s Taught Us Well

People may deny it all the time, but we all know the 90s were the best.  Almost every human being has heard “I Want It That Way” by the Backstreet Boys or has seen Forrest Gump.  Among these discoveries emerged four lessons used by almost every PR firm today. Humanize. When people think of Wendy’s, […]

WHERE’S THE PHOTOGRAPHER?!?

Large-scale events, be they a Wampanoag ball, Rappaport Roundtable or City Council meeting, tend to involve a lot of attendees, and if you’re lucky, a lot of media who have ultimately come to plaster the event on their respective news pages or websites. Yet PR practitioners must take into account the rodeo-esque atmosphere that surrounds them at […]

Green Jacket hits the Waffle House

Bubba Watson! You just won the Masters, what are you going to do now? I’m going to… Waffle House? Um, OK, if that floats your boat. Watson is your 2014 Masters champion and the Waffle House should thank him by buying his next round, or 12, of waffles. In case you didn’t hear, Watson headed […]

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