Rubenstein Public Relations Celebrates The End Of Summer With Second Annual White Party
NEW YORK, Sept. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Richard Rubenstein, president of Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR), hosted the firm's second annual White Party at the Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn on August 15, celebrating the end of summer and the company's achievements over the past year.
RPR's staff donned chic white attire while stilted flower models posed during the al fresco cocktail hour. A four-course dinner was served and dessert was enjoyed on the rooftop overlooking the New York City skyline. In keeping with last year's lauded tradition, the company filmed an office appreciation video that was shown at the event and featured segments filmed all over New York City with staff members who spoke about their experiences at the firm and their sources of inspiration in work and life. Richard Rubenstein also presented Dara Busch, the company's Executive Vice President and Managing Director, with an honorary plaque for her 15th anniversary with the firm, recognizing her dedication and contributions to the firm.
Rubenstein thanked his close-knit team for their hard work throughout the year. "Rubenstein Public Relations' White Party is a celebration of each and every member of the company," said Rubenstein. "I am delighted we had the opportunity to spend time together in such an exquisite setting."
About Rubenstein Public Relations
Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR) is a leading full-service agency based in New York that produces high-profile communications campaigns through branding and messaging, media relations, creative and business development services. Our comprehensive strategy, savvy media expertise and proactive approach shapes and markets a brand's core attributes to generate meaningful results for clients. We represent some of the world's most prominent names in the real estate, business, luxury lifestyle, entertainment, technology, healthcare and non-profit sectors. (www.rubensteinpr.com)
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