It was definitely an interesting summer here at Maracaibo Media…
We hit the ground running with a MiX Bikini mob at Grand Central Station. ShameOnJane made it big with its hashtag necklace on the cover of Seventeen Magazine (on new stands in October) and its twitter handle showcased on Good Morning America.
Charles Oakley helped us launch the Moore-Trainer Resistance Bands (what Fox is calling the next big fitness craze since P90X) with appearances on 9 different shows on ESPN, a special feature on Fox Sports Extra — and a live interview on Good Day New York — where the anchors tried out the bands on air!
Chris Canty and the Chris Canty Foundation tee-ed off in New York to raise money for underserved kids across the country. And the organization also ran their first NY football camp in Washington Heights. Every major NY newspaper and television station covered these events.
Green Demolitions’ team up with Edie Falco was finally featured in Working Mother, Success Magazine, and Mann About Town.
And we laid all the groundwork for the launch of a revolutionary new book coming out on how to make your bad boss better The book, along with a national study and movement for National Boss Day on October 16th, will make a big splash in the coming weeks.
Our fall promises to be just as action-packed as summer. We have National Boss Day, the Chris Canty Foundation Wine Tasting, the Annual Second Chance Toys Holiday Drive, and a special launch event for Moore Trainer…
Many thanks to this summers’ interns, Shannon Fox, Jaclyn Francis, and Neil Munroe, for all of their hard work and outstanding results– and a very big welcome to our newest account exec and publicist Kayla Inanc! Here less than one month, she has already turned this office on its head with fresh new ideas — and action!
So long summer…bring it on fall!