We’ve just finished up a very busy time in the world of food and beverage public relations. With Halloween, Thanksgiving, Chanukah, Christmas and New Year’s, the past few months have been chock full of inherent story angles to fit almost any product, service or expert opinion out there. From Halloween snacks to Christmas feasts and the inevitable New Year’s resolution, there’s been something for everyone.
So now what? Do we just go dormant and wait for Mother’s Day? Nope. Instead, we’d like to introduce you to the world of lesser-known holidays. With the thousands to choose from, we guarantee a few new media relations opportunities you’ve never thought of. For example:
- National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day (April 2)
- National Eggs Benedict Day (April 16)
- National Chocolate Chip Day (May 15)
- Eat Your Vegetables Day (June 17)
- National Good Neighbor Day (September 28)
They may not have the clout that Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day and July 4th have, but there’s also a lot less media competition. In 2014, we encourage you to think outside the holiday (gift) box when creating story angles…or call us – we’re happy to help. And, if no holiday exists to suit your needs, you can create one. Pollock Communications can help with that too! After all, if National Shrimp Scampi Day exists, there’s certainly room for one more interesting holiday.
Oh, and by the way, Happy National Weatherperson’s Day!