Archive | January, 2016

Travel Beauty Essentials | What Olivia Did…

14 Jan

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Think warm thoughts

8 Jan

2016-01-08_1507It may be winter in Lockport, N.Y., however Full Plate Publicity is thinking spring . . . summer even! We are proud to announce that we will be one of the sponsors for this year’s Sweet Sweet Summer – – a city-wide, community initiative to get Western New Yorkers out and about during the warmer weather and participate in family-fun activities.

Local organizer Ellen Martin is creating new programs and may be bringing back some of everyone’s favorites.

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Small town PR company with global impact

7 Jan

P3_STAMP-01A new public relations and social media agency for the travel, hospitality, culinary and luxury lifestyle industries has been formed in Western New York and South West Florida.

Full Plate Publicity will use the latest techniques in marketing and social media to create fresh, innovative and thoughtful campaigns for a variety of clients. The energetic team has an unparalleled passion for achieving media hits with a purpose, directly helping their clients’ businesses and presence in the marketplace.

With a solid presence in the book publishing industry Full Plate Publicity sees 2016 as the appropriate time to launch into industries that encompass culinary, travel and fashion, while specializing in hospitality and luxury lifestyle brands.

“With a strong background in the lifestyle industries, and media contacts in New York and globally, this is the ideal time to launch such a venture,” said Michelle Blackley Glynn, chief creative officer, Full Plate Publicity. “Using a multimedia approach on a daily basis, we are excited about growing our client list and staff as we embark on this initiative.”

Full Plate Publicity will formally launch internationally at the end of the month in New Delhi, India at SATTE, a three-day event showcasing more than 750 exhibitors from the travel and tourism industry, including 35 national tourist offices and 26 state tourism boards from India, airlines, hotels, destination marketing companies, cruise liners and more.