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Night Kitchen Bakery is home to the creators of some of the best customized cakes in the Philly area that have won them awards for almost three decades. From their specialty cakes to beautifully plated desserts, their tarts, pies, and brownies are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. Night Kitchen is the perfect ending to any meal.
Night Kitchen Bakery is located at 7725 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA. For more information, call 215.248.9235 or visit them at www.NightKitchenBakery.com.
Fall is fashion season, and just like you, your dog craves the latest runway trends. That’s why Pet Valu, the “Saks Fifth Avenue” of pet stores, features their highly anticipated fall fashion collection. Dress your little guy up in any one of the timeless, plush sweater options or pick up the plaid jacket that matches your Burberry purse. Make the other dogs in town barking jealous, and give your pup some great style. The “must-have” item of the season is the ever-chic scarf, which will keep the chill off your canine’s neck as the temperature slips. We know that you’re a trendsetter, so get your doggie something that lets him/her stand out from the pack too. For Pet Valu nearest you, click here.
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Shank’s says thanks to everyone who came out for their 50th Birthday Bash!
In the culinary world, 1962 was a big year. While Andy Warhol painted a can of soup, a restaurant in Times Square featured frozen dishes with tabletop microwaves. But aside from pop-art and freeze dried dishes, a small luncheonette opened in the Italian Market of Philadelphia, offering the world their deliciously flavorful and prized sandwiches!
Celebrating 50 years of serving customers the original tastes of Philly, Shank’s is did something special for their Birthday on National Sandwich Day last Saturday. All of your favorites were only $2.50 all day! There was also Birthday cake and a DJ. The crowd was large and obviously please with their delicious sandwiches in hand for an unbeatable price!
Shank’s is the best sandwich joint for that old-time neighborhood Italian food, like the award-winning Chicken Cutlet Italiano, made with chicken cutlets dipped in homemade breadcrumbs, sharp provolone, and broccoli rabe.Shank’s Original at Pier 40is located at Columbus Boulevard & Christian Streets and is open 7 days a week, Sunday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday until from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year and Linvilla Pies are here! Whether you’re throwing a Thanksgiving bash or just craving a slice from heaven, Linvilla Orchards is sure to make this your sweetest holiday season ever!
Located on 137 W. Knowlton Road in Media, PA, Linvilla has been serving scrumptious pies, baked freshly on their premises, to the Philadelphia region for over 40 years. Their vast pie selection includes Dutch apple crumb, old-fashioned cherry, coconut cream, and chocolate chip pecan, just to name a few. Watching your calories or sugar intake? No problem! Linvilla also offers some of their most popular pies with a no-sugar added option, including pumpkin and blueberry. Yummmmm!
Contact Linvilla Orchards at 610-876-7116 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to order your pies today! To check out their full pie menu, click here to visit their website.
Hurricane Sandy was a tropical cyclone that devastated much of New Jersey, parts of New York, and wreaked havoc throughout the Northeast. The Breslow Partners team was so fortunate to have remained safe throughout the storm. We would like to express our deepest sympathies to those affected by the devastation, and hope that your families are safe and sound!
Governor Chris Christie, one of Romney’s top supporters, has been quoted praising President Obama for his work and support of New Jersey throughout Hurricane Sandy and the recovery process. He said, “It’s been very good working with the president. He and his administration have been coordinating with us. It’s been wonderful.” We’re sure this has many wondering how this will affect the election today!
This has certainly been an interesting election campaign for both candidates! We have been watching closely, especially because Night Kitchen Bakery has been conducting a Straw Poll since August! They have been making shortbread cookies with vanilla icing. The blue cookies are for Obama and the red ones are for Romney. Obama has been consistently winning throughout the Chestnut Hill bakery’s poll, and this week the numbers spiked to 1,112 for Obama and 163 for Romney.
If the Night Kitchen Bakery’s polls are anything like the election, then Obama will be winning by a landslide! We cannot wait to find out who the next President will be. If you’re looking for a great way for your children to cast their vote today, why not do so with a delicious candidate cookie?
Night Kitchen Bakery is located at 7725 Germantown Avenue. For more information visit www.nightkitchenbakery.com or call 215.248.9235.
There are cakes that are just desserts, and cakes that are just divine. You know, the kind of cakes made popular by TV bakers like the Cake Boss or Ace of Cakes. And the cakes those TV bakers have made so popular are the kinds of specialty cakes Philadelphia’s most discerning party-givers have been commissioning for decades from Chestnut Hill’s Night Kitchen Bakery.
Night Kitchen’s owners Amy Edelman and husband John Millard encourage the staff to create these custom cakes to suit every occasion. They’ve even made a cello-shaped chocolate cake with a dark chocolate mocha filling for the wedding of two young musicians. That’s why they were voted one of the top five places in Philadelphia for wedding cakes!
For more information, visit www.NightKitchenBakery.com; for orders call (215) 248-9235. Night Kitchen Bakery is located at Night Kitchen Bakery 7725 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA.
What do you say when a group of enthusiastic communications students ask if they can come to your office to learn about the life of a real PR person? You say, “Sure thing.” And you hope the visit doesn’t take up too much time. We were excited when we opened the door to 25 West Chester University students from the Public Relations Student Society of America. So we took them upstairs to the president’s office and invited them to spread out.
We had never entertained so many people in that space before. They sat on the chairs. They sat on the floor. And they stood wherever they could find a space. We asked them to tell us a bit about themselves and what they wanted to learn from this visit.
We discussed some of the projects Breslow Partners has worked on. We discussed the industry in general. They wanted to know what a normal day was like. That was hard to say because no two days are even the same. So we talked about the industry in general and specifically how it has changed. We asked them how they get their news. No one read the daily newspapers, they all get their news from Twitter. We told them that good PR people have to read the news, follow reporters, and how being a news junkie is important to being a good PR professional.And we spoke about our hiring process and what we look for when bringing in someone new. And this visit offered us the perfect opportunity to pitch them on our very popular six-month PR Boot Camp, an intensive training program that offers participants an opportunity to work as account managers. One look and we knew that we had influenced these future leaders. We could tell there was more than one rising star publicist in the group.
We look forward to a day when our professional paths cross. We believe there will always be a place for traditional PR, but as we watch the ways in which social media has influenced the world, we look forward to learning more from this new crop of soon to be college graduates. We’ll be happy to trade them what we know about traditional PR for their insight into social media. Just like so many other industries, PR has changed so much in recent years. We believe there will always be a place for traditional PR, but we cherish the idea of learning about new public relations practices from young, highly motivated and passionate social media experts.
When they left, we heard them saying, “That’s the type of place I want to work at when I intern or graduate!” We had no idea we would have such fun. Breslow Partner’s extensive six-month boot camp provides students with the competitive edge to beat out the competition. Please send resumes or inquiries to email@example.com.