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It’s All Happening at the Zoo Uptown and to the Right – Allie’s Gluten-Free Goodies now at the Bronx Zoo

It’s All Happening at the Zoo Uptown and to the Right – Allie’s Gluten-Free Goodies now at the Bronx Zoo

Summer kicked off with Allie’s GF Goodies Homemade Gluten Free Goodness being available at the Dancing Crane Cafe at the Bronx Zoo.

Children of all ages can now enjoy gluten-free, dairy free, vegan, nut free, legume free, cookies, blondies, brownies and oatie bars while taking in the sights and sounds of the world famous zoo.

Allison Luckman, the brilliant baker behind the brand was the recent recipient of the prestigious AllerTrain™ “Best Food Allergy Champion for Restaurants Award.”

Photo from the Bronx Zoo

In addition to her most recent award, Luckman is a Certified Master Trainer when it comes to allergen-free baking. In keeping with her “in a NY minute style,” Allie launched her “Jewish Biscotti” at the Mom & Dad Blogger Bash on July 12.

Imagine your Bubbe and Nonna got together to share their recipes for mandle bread and biscotti with Allie. Then Allie took the allergens out but left the goodness in to make Jewish Biscotti!

Just another delicious way Allie’s makes sure that no child is left out. #nochildleftout

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,Cruise Guru David Yeskel has expanded his repertoire to include the booming River Cruise industry.

Amy Levy PR client David embarked on a rare family-friendly European river cruise with AmaWaterways called the AmaViola which offered intimate surroundings, regional cuisine and cultural immersion in hard to reach ports that are steeped in history.

River cruising a lot’s passengers more time in each port rather than more time on the ship, allowing travelers to interact with local cultures and explore off-the-grid destinations.

The Weeping Willow Tree Holocaust Memorial at the Dohany Street Synagogue in #Budapest #Hungary

Standing sentry at #Prague Castle isn’t easy, especially with hordes of tourists taking your photo

David, an expert in both cruises and all things Las Vegas recently got an inside glimpse into Vegas UnCork’d, the country’s premiere culinary and wine festival. He sampled delicIous dishes from world famous chefs, including: Morimoto, Giada De Laurentiis, “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro, Guy Savoy, Gordon Ramsay and Michael Mina.


As always, we are thrilled to welcome summer interns to the agency.

Kaili Finn, a senior at the University of Maryland who is

a communications major and business minor, hails from the Beverlywood section of Los Angeles. Kaili has been instrumental in helping us design the website and a Powerpoint sales deck for our client Flamingo, a company that has invented a stylish wig storage system. She has also been working on strategy for Vegas and cruise guru David Yeskel. Kaili likes to hike and spend time with her family and is a sister in the Alpha Phi sorority. Her favorite tv show is Law & Order SVU.

Kaili Finn

Lindsay Weycer, a senior at the University of Texas at Austin majoring in advertising comes from Houston, Texas. Lindsay has been creating content for our client’s social media pages. She has identified articles that are relevant to their followers, has built media and blogger lists on our Cision database and has done research to prepare us for new business meetings. Lindsay is a sister in Alpha Epsilon Phi (like Amy) and loves trying new restaurants and going to the movies. Her favorite show is “This is Us.”

Lindsay Weycer

Nicole Platania, a senior at the University of California, Santa Barbara majoring in communications joins us from Woodland Hills, CA. Nicole has been doing media outreach for our clients Allie’s GF Goodies Homemade Gluten Free Goodness and Flamingo. She has created lists of radio and television outlets and has corresponded with them. She is a sister of Pi Beta Phi and loves to travel and to write. Her favorite show is “Game of Thrones.”

Nicole Platania

By including our interns in all client-related business and -giving them a taste of agency life, they have an opportunity to more effectively consider public relations in their future vocational goals.

A good internship can be as helpful as a bad one in complementing one’s experience on campus. You are able to reflect on your work in the classroom and apply it to what you do in the workplace.

Our interns join us in new business meetings and see how we market ourselves to potential clients. Other than occasionally feeling chilly in the office, they seem to enjoy the experience by being exposed to all facets of our work.

If you or someone you know is looking for a Fall internship, please have them contact us here.