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Must-See Summer Spots in Rhode Island

There are some must-see summer spots in Rhode Island that we have seen visiting our PVD office. Did you know the Regan Communications Providence office is the oldest Regan location and has been around for almost 20 years?! In case you haven’t made it to the Ocean State yet, RCG Providence summer intern and Rhode […]

Best Lobster Rolls in Boston

Sitting outside as the sun sets near the waterfront with a glass of Rosé and savory seafood sounds like the perfect summer night. With summertime rolling around the corner, everyone is searching for the hot seafood spots around the city. June is national seafood month and June 14th was national lobster day, so we decided to kick […]

Gregg’s Restaurants of Rhode Island Honored with Prestigious Award

RCG Providence client and Rhode Island landmark, Gregg’s Restaurants and Taverns, was honored with the prestigious National Restaurant Association Restaurant Neighbor Award in Washington, D.C. last week. The award recognized Gregg’s for all of their outstanding charitable work in the community for the past 20 years. Gregg’s Restaurants is not only a place where you […]

Where We’re Going for St. Patrick’s Day

  Here in Boston, we take St. Patrick’s Day very seriously. Restaurants around town are offering special menus and treats to embrace our Irish roots. Regan’s favorite pick is Kennedy’s on the Square.  Located in the heart of Harvard Square, Kennedy’s is offering a special St. Paddy’s Day menu and we can’t get enough! Corn beef […]

Instagram Accounts We Love

  It’s been said more than once on this blog that social media is important to the communications and public relations industries. As publicists, we’re constantly scanning our social media newsfeeds that we curate for ourselves to stay on top of the news, whether it’s personal or corporate accounts that we follow. As a social […]

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 […]

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 […]

Maximizing on Nonprofit PR, and It Feels Good

One of the highlights of my job as a publicist is working on nonprofit PR, where I have the opportunity to work with clients who not only make my job interesting every day but also make me feel good about it at the end of the day. Nonprofits – such as our client Joslin Diabetes […]

SUMMER’S HERE!

It’s 23 degrees outside. Piles of snow and ice are everywhere. Another winter storm warning is upon us. But at Pierce Coté, we’re all about the summer. This is the time of year we start cranking up our efforts on two of our long-term clients: The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and The Steamship Authority. […]

PR Perks

As PR professionals, we have a lot to love about our jobs. Unlike traditional 9-5 jobs, we’re able to get out into the community for client events, see the backstage workings at TV stations, and spend a great deal of time exploring social media. Sometimes, it doesn’t even feel like we’re working! Here are some […]

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