Millington, NJ (PRWEB) August 31, 2007
Stephanie Crane Faison, President and Founder of RestaurantPR.com, has been getting some great exposure for the company since being featured in Food Arts magazine's double summer issue recently. With over 20 years of experience, Ms, Faison has developed an industry specific program that enables food service professionals to manage their own public relations. Her company, Restaurant PR, addresses the concerns of the food and restaurant industries by offering unique public relations products and services, including restaurant marketing ideas, detailed workbooks, lists of media contacts created specifically for your business, and virtual PR support from a food and restaurant professional available online Restaurant PR also offers in person consultation and product training sessions.
Food Arts magazine, published 10 times a year, is often revered as the most upscale trade publication serving the restaurant industry with authoritative coverage of trends and industry news. Stephanie's featured article in the July/August issue was part of its "How To..." story --"A PR Primer for Do-It-Yourself Publicity." Advice given in the article includes tips she gives to her Restaurant PR clients that she says can turn a restaurant owner into a marketing guru. Points discussed in the article define PR as making a positive impression about your restaurant or food service company by defining your business, your audience and their needs,,and then delivering your unique message to the public through network relationship building, events, writing and distributing press releases and becoming your own public relations marketing manager.
"The response to my featured article in Food Arts magazine has been tremendous!" said Ms. Faison. "Requests for Restaurant PR's products and support have been coming in from different parts of the US as well as other countries. This is a very exciting time for RestaurantPR.com."
Restaurant PR is at the forefront of PR products and support services offering restaurateurs tools to develop their own press materials, create media relationships, and maintain their position in the media spotlight, without the unwanted expense of a full-time publicist or full-service agency. As the president and founder of Restaurant PR, Stephanie Crane Faison works closely with food industry professionals to customize their own individual public relations programs. She is also a regular columnist in Santé - the award winning, national B-to-B magazine for restaurant and hospitality professionals.
For more information about Restaurant PR, please visit online at RestaurantPR.com. Make contact by phone at: (888) 888-9609 or by email at: info @ restaurantpr.com.