Archive for October, 2015

Smooth sailing with a new client.

We’ve recently started working with a new client- Pleasant Bay Community Boating. They are a wonderful group of people who are all about providing access to sailing on the beautiful Pleasant Bay. Ironically, many of the kids who have grown up on the Cape have never been out on the water or knew anything about […]

Bake Me A Wish! & CRUMBS Bake Shop Event in Midtown Manhattan

On Thursday October 1st, the Regan NYC team put together a truly scrumptious event for their new client Bake Me a Wish! (BMAW). Featuring cupcakes and prosecco, the event celebrated the relaunch of the BMAW e-commerce website and their partnership with one of NYC’s famous bakeshops, CRUMBS. Foodie bloggers alike came out to enjoy the sweet taste […]

Following the Action in Connecticut

  More growth, more projects and more satisfied clients: Quinn & Hary Marketing, the wholly owned Regan Communications Group subsidiary in New London, sizzled in Connecticut this past summer. Q&H developed and marketed community support for a number of high profile community initiatives. First, we assisted our client, the City of New London, by writing […]

The Pink, Blue and Green Ribbon

  October is one of my favorite times of year—the month that kicks off the overflow of fall activities (with the Instagram photos to prove it), beautiful views of foliage and the return of cozy sweaters. But as we all know, in the midst of the beautiful fall colors of New England, each October also […]

FROM THE GROUND UP – THE WORLDS OF PR, COLLEGE, AND CONSTRUCTION

Over the span of three weeks, I’ll have visited and conducted PR efforts at three different colleges on behalf of our client, BOND. This more-than-a-century-old, family-owned construction management firm always has several projects happening in its pipeline, many of which are taking shape on college campuses across New England. They take the form of dorms, […]

#BostonBringItOn

The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) enlisted Regan Original Video to tell the story of a city undaunted by Mother Nature’s fury unleashed last winter.  With the help of local comedy legend, Jimmy Tingle, we took a distinctly tongue and cheek approach to addressing the record snowfall of 2015. Governor Baker and Mayor […]

Giving it the Old College Try

  In a city like Providence, bustling with activity and characterized by an eclectic social scene, it can be difficult to pinpoint certain groups among the crowd. One group in particular stands out to me as vital to publicity efforts: college students. As a student myself, I have seen first-hand how effective marketing to this […]

Autumn Equinox

  Fall, New England’s prettiest season, is officially here.  The beautiful city of Boston will start to cool down, leaves will transform colors, birds will flee to warmer land and we’ll only have a few weeks to take advantage of local market sales. I’m excited for autumn; many changes and new opportunities are in my […]

You Had Me At Emojis

  Emojis started as a Japanese company to allow cellphone users to the have pictures as a way to communicate. When introduced to the iPhone, it was a downloadable app that could be installed as a keyboard, but today emojis are preinstalled in all phones including androids and even in apple computers. We have evolved […]

Change Twitter’s Character Limit? Are They Insane?

  Outing a rumor that’s been orbiting around the Twiitterverse, tech site Re/Code and the Wall Street Journal reported last week that founder and newly appointed CEO Jack Dorsey (then interim) is spearheading a project code-named “140 Plus” that would purportedly extend the service’s signature 140-character limit. Feel free to read all about how this is […]

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