It’s been a busy 2016 for Grassfed Media already, and we’re keeping the momentum going. We’ve had the opportunity to continue working with some amazing clients over the past few months, and have added a few new ones as well. Through our creative pitching, unique angles, social media consulting, and successful media events, we continue to support the growth and success of our clients. Here are some highlights of recent media coverage for our clients.
Equinox Restaurant and renowned Chef Todd Gray’s seasonal and regional cuisine has been a prominent part of D.C.’s fine dining scene since 1999, and is a leader of the farm-to-table dining movement. We continue to work to keep the restaurant in the D.C. dining limelight and to draw attention to current happenings, special menus, and its incredible plant-based offerings.
Equinox has been featured recently on Great Day Washington and in the Hollywood Reporter, as well as multiple times in the Washingtonian, Washington Post, Eater DC, and The Daily Meal, among other publications.
Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies
The Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies (FAPE), is a public-private partnership dedicated to providing works of American art for U.S. embassies around the world, working to build upon the Department of State’s mission of cultural diplomacy and cross-cultural understanding. Artists in the collection include Ellsworth Kelly, Jeff Koons, Carrie Mae Weems, Sol LeWitt, Martin Puryear, Roy Lichtenstein, Cindy Sherman, Chuck Close, and hundreds of other distinguished American artists.
FAPE has recently been featured in Artsy, The Financial Times, Art Daily, Inside Philanthropy, Avenue Magazine, BLOUIN ARTINFO and on Bloomberg Radio. In April, FAPE held its 30th anniversary dinner in Washington, D.C., which was hosted by Secretary of State John Kerry.
Bazaar Spices is an award-winning local spice, herb, and specialty foods shop in Washington, D.C. Ivan Fitzgerald and Monica Grover founded Bazaar Spices in 2012 with the goal of creating a destination for patrons to fully immerse themselves in the culinary and holistic health benefits of spices, herbs, and other specialty products. After experiencing tremendous growth at their original location in D.C.’s Union Market, Bazaar Spices recently opened a new full-service shop—which boats a beverage bar and frequently hosts tastings and other events—in the new Atlantic Plumbing Building.
We worked to boost press coverage of Bazaar Spices’ new Atlantic Plumbing location and were able to secure TV, print, and online coverage, including with National Geographic, the Washington Blade, Hungry Lobbyist, Good Morning Washington, WTOP, The Daily Meal, and Brightest Young Things. After the successful media VIP launch party, we continue to provide PR and media relations services for Bazaar Spices’ growing business.
Washington Project for the Arts
Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) was founded in 1975 with the mission of serving as a “catalyst for the creation, critique, and collection of contemporary art.” With more than 800 current members, WPA supports visual artists at all career stages. Last fall, WPA opened a permanent gallery in D.C.’s Shaw neighborhood, which frequently hosts special exhibits, seminars, and other events.
As always, it’s an honor to work with our amazing clients and we’re looking forward to the many exciting things to come in 2016!