Thanks to everyone who commented on Facebook, LinkedIn, and via instant message/email on the JGPR logo design process. I’ve worked with the artist on some edits — what do you all think of these choices: I still might nix the Latin and just write John Guilfoil Public Relations where the Latin is now, or put […]
I’m in the process of having a logo designed for JGPR that represents our work and commitment to those who serve others. So, it occurred to me to model the JGPR logo after a “patch” used by police and fire departments. After working with an artist who specializes in designing patches, we came up with […]
Sad news in the world of fire management, as Fire Chief magazine has been shut down by its parent company, Penton Media. The 57-year-old magazine for fire officers has been a rare constant in the world of journalism. Editor Janet Wilmoth had been with the magazine since 1986, but the magazine had been bought and […]
For Immediate Release Friday, February 14, 2014 For information, contact John Guilfoil, JGPR [email protected] 617-993-0003 **Media Advisory** New England’s First HD Golf Restaurant Launches North of Boston Free Food and Events for Press and Public on Saturday, Feb. 22 WHAT: Cold? Snowy? Rainy? Who cares! Now, New England has its own High Definition Golf […]
PRESS RELEASE — Arlington Police Department — Suspect Ordered Held on $1 Million Cash Bail in Case of Indecent Assault and Battery on a Child
Frederick Ryan Chief of Police Arlington Police Department TOWN OF ARLINGTON MASSACHUSETTS 02474 POLICE HEADQUARTERS 112 Mystic Street Telephone 781-316-3900 For Immediate Release Thursday, February 13, 2014 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Captain Richard Flynn, PIO Office Phone: 781-316-3907 Cell Phone: 781-844-1224 Email: [email protected] Suspect Ordered Held on $1 Million Cash Bail in Case of Indecent Assault and Battery on a Child […]
After 45 years on the job, Boston Police Sgt. James Earle is retiring. Boston Police tweeted a photo of Sgt. Earle with Commissioner William Evans, who presented him with a special commendation for his many years of service to the department. “Thank you Jimmy! We wish you well,” the department tweeted. Thank you, indeed.