AMP3 welcomes Green Scout Report to their client roster!
AMP3 PR is happy to announce the addition of Green Scout Report to their client roster and will be handling all PR for the site!
Subtitled as “the definitive guide to a sustainable new world,” Green Scout Report aims to educate and inform the public of ways to achieve sustainability in our everyday life in order to ensure an environmentally-stable world for our future.
Justine Suh, founder and CEO of the Green Scout Report, created the website as a way to provide a greener perspective to not just individuals, but businesses as well, all for the betterment and greater good of the environment.
“The NYC Realty Guide: A Better Way to Buy Real Estate” video hits the internet airwaves
An award-winning agent at Bond New York, NYC real estate agent Rob Gonzalez was pretty frustrated with the lack of clear advice for home buyers in New York City. His solution? To make a short “How To” style video with a simple, straight-forward approach to the home buying process.
AMP3 PR helped him out and created a five minute motion-graphic video, “The NYC Realty Guide: A Better Way to Buy Real Estate.” The video, released today and circulating around on YouTube, aims to change the way buyers and sellers think about the current real estate market by providing clarity with a viral appeal.
You can check out the video below:
Blazetrak featured in The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Magazine
With only a few weeks left before Blazetrak goes live on the web on September 15th, there’s a lot of buzz generating about the site. This week, Blazetrak had two big features in The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Magazine that focused on the site’s purpose and how it intends to connect aspiring talent with current professionals in the entertainment industry.
Sneak Peek of Blazetrak.com at AMP3 PR Headquarters
Last night (August 19), AMP3 PR hosted a private event for the tech influencers and trendsetters of the industry that featured a sneak preview for the up-and-coming website and AMP3 PR client, Blazetrak.com.
The site focuses on connecting aspiring talent with existing talent across different platforms (music, TV, film and fashion, just to name a few) for a fee that is set by the professional. In return, the hopeful singer, dancer, or rapper can get a personalized video critique and feedback from their professional of choice, letting them know what they thought of their work while they make money from the user-submitted material.
Three of the founders – Nate Casey, Ron Harrison and Corey Stanford – were all on hand at the event to show the demo to the guests.
The site is slated to launch on September 15th, 2009.