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Client Greystone Steakhouse Celebrates 22 years in Gaslamp Quarter

Client Greystone Steakhouse Celebrates 22 years in Gaslamp Quarter

http://https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2288854159354/greystone-steakhouse-celebrates-22-years-in-san-diego-s-gaslamp-quarter The word lavish comes to mind when stepping into Greystone. High ceilings, luxurious bar, and something's twinkling everywhere you look. You...

Say Farewell to the COVID-19 Chaos

Say Farewell to the COVID-19 Chaos

The time has come to say farewell to the COVID-19 chaos! 2020 was a rough year. Join us here at Trattoria Don Pietro for our exclusive summer kickoff event. We will be celebrating with our signature cocktails and a DJ from 9 P.M.-12 A.M. Help us launch our summer...

Our CEO talking about the outdoor dining patio extension into 2022

https://www.pubclub.com/destinations/usa/california/san-diego/outdoor-dining-in-san-diego-extended-into-2022/ The great outdoors is going to be great for San Diego restaurant owners and diners for another year. On May 18, the City Council voted to extend an ordinance...

Introducing Formie: Formula Marketing’s Exclusive Influencer Group

Introducing Formie: Formula Marketing’s Exclusive Influencer Group

We are so excited to announce the launch of our exclusive influencer group, Formie! Influencer marketing is the future of social media marketing. Research shows that consumers are much more likely to purchase from a person they trust on social media. Influencer...

Featured on CBS8

Featured on CBS8

SAN DIEGO — Today, I took the long and arduous trek around the corner from the TV station (ha!) to grab a bowl of ramen! RakiRaki Ramen & Tsukemen opened in Kearny Mesa off Convoy in 2012, and since then has won several top ramen awards in San Diego. I was slightly...

10 COMMON MISTAKE THAT STARTUP AND SMALL COMPANIES MAKE

10 COMMON MISTAKE THAT STARTUP AND SMALL COMPANIES MAKE

Creating and growing a successful start‐up is challenging enough without making “rookie mistakes” that can slow you down or knock you out of the game altogether. Blogger David Lavenda, of “Fast Company,” notes that start‐ups have “small margins for error” and offers...