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Spring training Was A PR bonanza

MLB’s Grapefruit and Cactus leagues, spring training in Florida and Arizona respectively were great opportunities to get veterans back in game shape, and help new players acclimate to the Big Leagues. But, spring training is also a tremendous PR bonanza for all the teams in the league. Ronn Torossian breaks it down… Connect with snowbird [...]

Star Of David Promotions

On Thursday night, February 27th at the Millennium Theater, Dmitry Salita’s Star of David Promotions will present a special night of boxing that will be highlighted by an eight round cruiserweight bout.  Michael Lichtenstein and Brooklyn’s Ron Hershco are expected in the crowd. One of the featured undercard bouts will be undefeated Jr. Middleweight Shawn [...]

National Jewish Health & The Olympic games

Taylor and Arielle Gold, recently named to the United States halfpipe snowboarding team, are dedicating their journey to Sochi to the children at the Morgridge Academy at National Jewish Health, the nation’s leading respiratory hospital. The Morgridge Academy is a unique, free day school for chronically ill students in kindergarten through eighth grades. During the past [...]

Star of David Brooklyn Boxing

On Thursday night, February 27th at the Millennium Theater in Brooklyn, New York (1029 Brighton Beach Ave), Dmitry Salita’s Star of David Promotions will be back with another edition of the Brooklyn Brawl series.  In the main event undefeated Cruiserweight contender Steve Bujaj (10-0, 6 KO’s) is primed to stay undefeated as he fights in [...]

University Of Michigan Quarterback A Graduate of Frisch & Ramaz

Interesting story from the University of Michigan football team of all places, about a 22-year old named Alex Swieca from New York City – who is a quarterback for one of the best college football teams in America.  And quite interestingly, he’s a graduate of Ramaz on the Upper East Side, and The Frisch School [...]

National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

Among the people inducted in 2013 to the National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and Museum were The University of Pennsylvania’s Director of Athletics, Steve Bilsky. The National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame & Museum is dedicated to honoring Jewish athletes, coaches, broadcasters and others who have distinguished themselves in the world of sports. The [...]

Star Of David Boxing

On Wednesday night December 18th, Dmitry Salita’s Star of David Promotions will present a special night of boxing that that will feature International and local prospects In the featured bout, 2011 AIBA, Amateur boxing world champion, European Champion & Ukrainian 2012 Olympian Ievgen Khytrov will make his long anticipated pro debut in a Super Middleweight [...]

Golf in Israel over Thanksgiving & Save Lives

Do you love golf? Do you love Israel? Caesarea Golf Club features a world championship Pete Dye course in the country you love. Combine your passions. Join players from all over the world at Ezer Mizion’s fourth annual Golf Classic in Caesarea on November 25, 2013. Enjoy a fabulous day on the green and benefit [...]

Fundraiser Brings Attention to African Poverty at 2013 Maccabi Games

The small West African nation of Guinea-Bissau is making waves at the 2013 Maccabi Games. An official delegation from the country is using the games to bring awareness and raise money to combat malaria in the poverty stricken region. Team Guinea-Bissau is competing in basketball, lawn bowling and badminton at the third largest international competition [...]

Israel At The Super Bowl

Marketers like myself (who own 5WPR, a PR firm) watch the Super Bowl not just for the sports experience, but also because of the advertising and marketing from commercials, the half-time show and other things around the event. I was in New Orleans for Super Bowl this year with clients. Israel was of course represented [...]