Steven Gosetti of Bankers Life in Warwick, RI wants to have a conversation with anyone looking to plan their future for their loved ones after they pass. This is an article written for Shop in RI Magazine's March issue. If you know of someone that needs Steven's services, then give him a call.
Nicole Lahousse of Majik LLC was featured in the March 2019 edition of Shop in RI Magazine. Additionally, she was a guest on "InfoNation" heard on 94HJY-FM, Coast 93.3 FM and B101-FM. She also visited "The Joe Luca Real Estate Show" on WNRI Radio.
Coach Miles Vinciguerra (Coach Miles V.) helps young adults solve complex problems and prepares them for the road ahead. Check out his article in the Rhode Island Small Business Journal. His article also teased on the cover!
Comedian David DiLorenzo knew from an early age what he wanted to do in life: make people laugh. Here is his story, as told by me in Shop in RI Magazine!
Kyle was recognized for his work in the real estate field. He was the #1 agent in the country for Keller Williams Realty and was named in the Top 10 in the United States in The Wall Street Journal’s “Top 10 National Real Estate Transactions Individual Producer.” He was featured in the Rhode Island Small Business Journal (above), The Sun Chronicle, The 411 Newspapers and Shop in RI Magazine.
Event helping those in need. Ilanna Ball has received tons of publicity for her work.
Article that appeared in the June 21, 2018 issue of The Valley Breeze. Owner Dustin Falke has also appeared on "The Joe Luca Real Estate Show" and will be featured in several other upcoming articles around Rhode Island.
Article on Cumberland High School students attending the local airport for career training appeared here in The Valley Breeze. Stories also appeared on ABC-TV/Channel 6, Shop in RI Magazine, the Rhode Island Small Business Journal and on the front pages of The Providence Journal, The Woonsocket Call and The Pawtucket Times.
Lincoln (RI) Probate Judge Stephen M. Miller appears in this week's Valley Breeze for his Court opening 15 minutes earlier to accommodate the traveling parties.
Lincoln Probate Judge Stephen M. Miller gets featured in two daily newspapers covering northern Rhode Island. This news focused on the start time changing 15 minutes earlier to accommodate traveling attorneys.
The Pawtucket Times and The Woonsocket Call published this article I wrote regarding the First annual Christmas Eve Dinner that was held at the Boys and Girls Club in Woonsocket. This event helped those in need with hot food, gifts and a chance to interact with each other. Ilanna Ball of Finest Real Estate and Property Management spearheaded this event.
Event raises awareness of the plight of homeless and "working poor" groups. Event takes place on December 24 in Woonsocket.