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Joe Bonilla
The phrase – “a rising tide lifts all boats” – can accurately describe New York’s farm-based craft beverage industry. What is good policy for a cidery is good for a brewery, a distillery, and a winery – and vice versa and everything in-between. Support of the craft beverage industry is truly one of the few,...
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Five years ago today, Rich Fazio and I submitted the filing paperwork to officially form Relentless Awareness LLC in Albany. And in those past five years, we’ve played a major role in the public conversation in Upstate New York including, but certainly not limited to: + Helping elect the first women to hold the offices...
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Many eons ago, in a galaxy far away, I was not the academically successful student during my Catholic school years. So much so that there was a choice given — whether to move up to Bishop Maginn High School (conditionally) or shift in the fork in the road to Albany High School. For many reasons...
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Happy Holidays! Join us for our anniversary open house at our office at 19 Dove Street (the historic Harmanus Bleecker Library) in Downtown Albany on Sunday, Jan. 3 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Listed with the National Register of Historic Places in 1996, this 1923 classical revival building was beautifully restored in 2002. Relentless...
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There comes a point – in every young agency’s life – where you realize what it takes to reach the next level in terms of delivering next generation solutions to today’s public relations and advertising challenges. And if it’s finding incredible talent or implementing the best in technology, or just being imaginative in new ways,...
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All Over Albany stopped by Nine Pin Cider Works for an update on where things are with bottling, cider production, and all that fun cider stuff. Last August we met Alejandro del Peral and got an early look at his startup cidery in North Albany, Nine Pin Cider Works. At the time, some of the...
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There’s no better way to get hands-on experience in PR than through an internship. I think about, had I done a traditional internship myself, where I would have been (probably somewhere much warmer.) That’s one of the biggest reasons why we make our internship program more of a “co-op” program – where interns engage directly...
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Do you have to be a former reporter or have a background in journalism to succeed in public relations? Not necessarily, but it sure does help. One of the more fascinating aspects within the public relations industry that I see is the growth of the ranks of graduates of Corporate Communications or Public Relations majors...
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There’s no better way to get hands-on experience in PR than through an internship. Relentless is pleased to offer our Image Management Internship to undergraduate and graduate students in the Capital Region this semester. Here’s the details: Image Management Internship The Image Management Internship is geared to toward communication, language arts, marketing, business, and journalism...
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In the era of Mad Men and Magic City, businesses would invest heavily into expanding into new areas by setting up new offices in far-away locales. Opening an office in Los Angeles, Miami, and all other points west was a major milestone in a company’s trajectory. How times have changed. With the advent of the...
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