Tag Archives: Oak Park

Humor + Humanity in Communication Paves The Way to a Great First Impression

I really am trying to write shorter blog posts–I preach it all the time and you are more likely to read this entire ditty if I stopped right after this sentence. But I promise this one is worth the extra effort you’ll require to dig in here. In fact, extra effort–just a modest amount, mind […]

Teeming With BHG/Gloor Realty Promos, Activity

For the second straight year, Inside Edge PR client Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Gloor Realty is holding a clothing drive. (The photo here is from last year’s initiative, which led to more than 2,000 items being donated.) This year, the effort launches on Oct. 17 and has been expanded to include toys. If […]

Katy’s Passion Apparent in `Heroic Kitchens’

What are you passionate about? Kathleen Frantz of Oak Park is dedicated to serving those in need. And she’s building an entire business model around it. Earlier today, Inside Edge PR posted a news release on the Chicago Tribune‘s TribLocal site, including a photo gallery, about “Heroic Kitchens with Katy Frantz” in which she is auditioning […]

My Day As `Census Count Crusader’ in Oak Park

It had been 75 days since I last wore a red cape, but who was counting? On Tuesday, I returned to super-hero action by playing the role of “Census Count Crusader.” It was part of the Village of Oak Park’s awareness-raising efforts for the 2010 Census. With visits to Oak Park and River Forest High […]

Shop the Village’s Mega-Gift Moment

It’s been quite a three-month journey with Oak Park’s “Shop the Village” and it’s coming close to an end. Last night was the Mega-Gift Drawing, with one ticket out of the estimated 83,000 tickets (about $2.1 million worth of shopping) generated by the program worth $4,000 in prizes from each of the more than 100 […]

Triblocal Gets Much More Local For Clientele

The other day, I posted a news release for the Illinois Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine on Triblocal.com. The release (“Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine: Not All Providers Are Created Equal”) joins dozens of other Inside Edge PR news releases (written, as all my work is written, in journalistic style) on the site. Soon, many […]

PR For A Cause: Asian Domestic Authority

Last week, I thought I may have fractured one of my ribs. Well, more precisely, I thought that a lumbering 230-pound basketball teammate had done the damage when he barreled into me as I tried to set a pick for him. As it turns out, I think it’s only a bruise. But along the way, […]