TransMedia Group to Publicize Fresh Goat's Milk Soap from Serenity Acres Farm as All Natural and 'We Kid You Not' Says PR Firm Specializing in All-Natural Products

16 Nov, 2015, 08:56 ET from TransMedia Group

BOCA RATON, Fla., Nov. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Florida's Serenity Acres Farm has naturally turned to TransMedia Group to publicize that as laughter is healthy for  your soul, natural goat milk soap is healthy for your body, especially when it comes from happy goats. (www.serenitygoats.com).

The PR firm specializing in promoting such all-natural products as SNO™ glacier water from Iceland said it will bleat publicity out showing Serenity Acres' happy, honest homemade fresh goat's milk soaps are bars of  "happy soaps from happy goats." 

TransMedia (www.transmediagroup.com) said its publicity will show how these soaps are lovingly crafted with fresh goat's milk in every bar, free of chemicals, artificial dyes, preservatives or alcohols.

"Our publicity will underscore that Serenity Acres Farm founder Julia Shewchuk has herded into her soap the gentle, known benefits of nutrient-rich goat's milk, simply mixed with premium essential oils that leaves skin feeling clean and soft," said Gabriela Vega at TransMedia. "We'll demonstrate how goat's milk's ph balance is so close to our own skin that the soaps moisturize without stripping away essential oils."

Serenity Acres is a dairy goat farm in Madison County, Florida, owned by Julia Shewchuk with the loving support of her husband Wayne. The farm is Animal Welfare Approved Certified and is committed to making the best goat's milk soap on the market. 

TransMedia Group plans to kick off the holiday season with a distinctive gift collection of invigorating, scented Serenity soaps.

TransMedia said it will create a soap trend, partnering with businesses interested in promoting "no artificial ingredients" healthy lifestyle and products.  "We do our best to reduce our "hoofprint on Earth." Our packaging is eco-responsible using recycled content, soy inks and no glues or plastics," said Wayne Shewchuk.

The PR firm, which has successfully launched many all-natural products, will make goats that live on the farm media celebrities.

"We want to have Lovely Luna, a Nubian breed goat, featured on a morning TV show," said TransMedia founder Tom Madden, a former top executive at NBC.

Our publicity will emphasize it's not only Serenity's soaps that are fresh and wholesome, but so is the lifestyle on the farm and all aspects related to their soap making process, including raising therapy goats for visits to nursing homes and schools.

Media contact: Gabriela Vega Gabriela@transmediagroup.com 561-750-9800 ext. 2160.

 

SOURCE TransMedia Group



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