Young people in grades K-12 invited to submit experiments and posters
The future of the Georgia Pecan industry depends on today’s students. That’s the reason behind two new science contests sponsored jointly by the Georgia Pecan Commission and the Georgia Pecan Growers Association, and available to elementary, junior high and high school students throughout the state.
On April 3rd, 2013, Registered Dietitian Tara Gidus talked about the health benefits of Georgia Pecans on nationally syndicated morning talk show, Daily Buzz. For Georgia Pecan recipes and news, visit www.GeorgiaPecans.org.
At The Table Public Relations successfully garners media attention on behalf of Georgia Peach council.
Shelby Report recently printed this on their website: Sweet Georgia Peaches soon will arrive in supermarkets, heralding the growing season that runs from mid-May to mid-August. This year, consumers in Georgia and Florida will be greeted with an updated public relations, advertising and social media campaign featuring the catchphrase, “Georgia Peaches, All Kinds of Sweet.”
On February 12th, At The Table Public Relations, Tampa Bay's food public relation firm, team of media professionals were successful in placing Atlanta-based food journalist and Georgia Pecan Commission’s AntioxiNUT Advisory Board member, Carolyn O’Neil, M.S., R.D., on “Daytime”, a nationally syndicated talk show that reaches more than 110 markets across the U.S.
Twelve-year-old Parker Lentini is a smart, funny, quick-witted boy who knows more about baseball and the Tampa Bay Rays than most people. On Saturday, September 3rd, Parker met the players from the Tampa Bay Rays along with his hero, second baseman, Ben Zobrist, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.