the whole-y grail

the whole-y grail

the whole-y grail

Official blog of the warden ettinger group, a full-service, Phila., PA-based PR firm serving a diverse consumer, lifestyle + nonprofit clientele. Our culinary division, The Whole Enchilada PR, caters to restaurateurs, chefs + other food-related businesses, while "the word exchange" is aimed at clients seeking à la carte copywriting services.

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new website, digital magazines + gift ideas galore

December 13, 2012 , , , , , , , , , ,

→It’s officially the 12 Days of Christmas and Santa’s elves brought us a revamped website for our culinary division, The Whole Enchilada PR. Not only are we thrilled to be able to cross one thing off of our to-do list, but this puts us one step closer to the end of our re-branding efforts. In hindsight, we realize we should have completed our new moniker’s site, the warden ettinger group, first, but these are just the little things one learns along the entrepreneurial way. The best part of the entire process, however, has been writing the copy for each site—an exercise that helped us hone in on the skills and services that we not only think we excel in, but also that we believe will positively impact existing and potential clients. On a side note, we highly recommend Gregg Tomlinson of Fathead Design, Inc. who not only put up with us (if you’re wondering how detail oriented we are, just ask him) but also offered valuable technical and style insight for this and the soon-to-be launched warden-ettinger site. Take a peek and let us know what you think. And if you want Gregg’s number, we have that too.

Gettin’ digi with it: for those living in and around Philadelphia and its western suburbs, you’ve probably noticed that hard copies of Main Line Parent go pretty fast. (Publisher Sarah Bond‘s not complaining!) So if you missed the last issue (or 5), you can catch up—and get the app—in just a few clicks.

And in case you’re starting to panic about that gift-giving list, we’ve got a few resources to take the edge off. The first, from yours truly: 30 gifts under $30, featuring primarily local and handmade items that you can come by fairly inexpensively. Another handy resource (coincidentally packaged as 30 ideas) comes from our friends at Uwishunu, who reign as the hippest, savviest source of all things Philly. @eatDEWwrite‘s former co-worker, Tara Behan, senior editor of Main Line Today magazine, also chimed in with this list, and the (saucy) team at Thrillist Philly also have put together some nifty ideas for both the ladies and the gents.


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