Monthly Archives: October 2013

R&J Scores PC World Hit for iLuv’s New Multi-Charger X

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R&J secured a placement for iLuv’s new Multi-Charger X in a PC World article titled “Office Gear You Didn’t Know You Needed”.

R&J Public Relations Promotes Melissa Hoistion to Account Supervisor

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Melissa Hoistion will continue to lead the agency’s technology/consumer products account team as she assumes additional client service responsibilities within the agency.






New Jersey Boardwalk Fire Sends R&J into Action

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The recent and catastrophic fire on New Jersey’s iconic Seaside Boardwalk was an opportunity to secure R&J client New Jersey Fire Sprinkler Advisory Board with crucial and potentially life-saving media coverage.






R&J Public Relations Promotes Nick Laplaca to Assistant Account Executive

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With Nick LaPlaca’s promotion, he will play a more prominent role in the development and implementation of public relations, media relations and social media strategies for the agency’s diverse clientele.






R&J President John Lonsdorf Pens Op-Ed for Courier News

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R&J Public Relations’ President John Lonsdorf penned an op-ed piece for the Courier News and its online site MyCentralJersey.com on “The Birth of the Grown-up Internet.”






To Delete a Tweet or Not to Delete a Tweet? That is the Question.

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By Carlee Pett
Whether we are a celebrity, publicist, or an average Joe, if you make a mistake or regret a social media post, can you just delete that post/tweet/blog, and pretend like it never existed?






R&J Breathes Life Into Heartwarming Story of Humanity out of War-torn Gaza

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The New York Daily News ran the article that details the touching story of a young girl whose spirit emerged unscathed and the New York thoracic surgeon from Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center.