TransMedia Group's Events Make Waves!
Haitian Art Sale To Benefit Children Victimized by Catastrophe
Exhibit of 40-50 Haitian Paintings from the NY Art Expo
100% Proceeds of sales to benefit the Henri R. Perpignand Foundation, a not-for- profit program for children in Haiti
About Henri Riquet Perpignand Foundation
In the wake of the tragic events on January 12th 2010, the Henri Riquet Perpignand Foundation has increased its presence in the community by being the daily caregiver for over 120 children. The Foundation has also become a clinic providing basic health services for the entire community and beyond, including but not limited to preventative and nutritional care.
We put your product in front of the media!
Adrienne Mazzone, VP Arts & Entertainment talks to the media about our clients at The NYC Marriott New Products Show
From Our Entertainment Department:
TransMedia produces events, publicity stunts, gorilla marketing, anything to get our clients INK, exposure on TV or their messages spread across the Internet! Some recent events include:
The Palm Beach International Film Festival presents a TransMedia film: "Roots: The Hair Raising Story Of A Guy Named Sy" starrying Sy Sperling while TransMedia client, billionaire entrepreneur Carl De Santis, and his Kwandwe Private Game Reserve Invites film goers to experience South Africa in a round of presentations and African-themed parties during the Festival.
Splashy parties unveiling giant new real estate projects of T-Rex and Illustrated Properties and commercial developments of Trammell Crow.
Premiering smart new apparel from Jordache at U.S. Polo matches.
Pulling banners by airplanes over Cannes Film Festival promoting "South Florida Riviera."
Staging "Fish Toss" inaugurating McCormick and Schmick's 64th seafood restaurant.
Producing Beauty Pageants with models in swim suits and evening gowns walking a catwalk over a pool at famous Clevelander in South Beach, Miami, with a hurricane approaching! And the winner is crowned "Miss Yucca Chips" as wind kicks up and crowd rushes happily for cover.
Beautiful models sashaying along 5th Avenue at Rockefeller Center in Grass Skirts with wind blowing Hawaiian hairdos catching attention of Today Show, PR WEEK and man was it Entertainment Daily for California-based, Green Foods.
Nite owl male and female models greeting last minute tax payers at the Post Office with fresh hot donuts from client Krispy Kreme that the TV crews, both national and local, ate up!
Top Manhattan chefs cooking up a storm with Wine and Cheese Magazine to celebrate Haifa Stone at elegant party for top designers.
Golfing for exposure at Florida's Annual Honda Classic Golf Tournament where beautiful models didn't want spectators to get sunburned so they handed out a client's Sunspot Stickers to passerby's.
Cheerleaders performing at opening of Grand Bazaar and 60's Superstars entertaining at Desert Sun casino.
Handing out blue cocktails at opening night of NYC hot spot, LQ during Fashion Week party for BlueFish Concierge.
Grand Opening Party at Desert Sun
City-wide scavenger hunts...
Tom Madden, guest speaker:
The sixth annual FOCUS-BRAZIL, a Brazilian International Culture & Media Seminar - www.focusbrazil.com
THE 19th ANNUAL WORLD CONGRESS ON ANTI-AGING MEDICINE REGENERATIVE BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES
SPEAKERS RONALD KLATZ, PRESIDENT A4M & ROBERT GOLDMAN, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD A4M
The Anti-Aging and Regenerative Biomedical Technologies conference is an opportunity to present practicing physicians and health care professionals with reports on breaking technologies. Experts from the field of clinical medicine will focus on the prevention and early intervention of again related diseases by presenting innovative medical protocols. In addition, the conference is an opportunity to highlight new medical techniques from around the world that can have an impact in the early detection, prevention, and treatment of aging related disorders and regenerative medicine. Upon completion of this conference, participants will be able to understand, diagnose and develop treatment plans for their patients.