Gloria Salvanelli, a 22-year veteran of the marketing business, has opened her own marketing firm, GCS Marketing in Burlington, Vermont, specializing in public relations, advertising, strategic marketing plans, and special events, and servicing the New England/New York area.Salvanelli spent the bulk of her marketing career with small to medium-sized companies, making GCS Marketing a perfect fit to handle the marketing needs of many of the businesses in this region.As a former Marketing Director for Deck House, Communications Manager for Vermont Castings, and Director of Account Services for Evergreen Direct, Salvanelli has planned, budgeted and bought local, regional, and national advertising in TV, radio, magazines, and newspapers.As Public Relations Manager with Serono Pharmaceuticals in Boston, Dow Chemical in Europe, and both Stratton Mountain and Sugarbush Resort in Vermont, Salvanelli placed articles with national papers such as The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, The Burlington Free Press, Newsday and The New York Times. She has also had four segments with the NBC Today Show, along with segments on CNN, ESPN and CBS, to list a few.GCS Marketing opened its doors August 4 as a full-service marketing firm specializing in these four areas of marketing: public relations, advertising, strategic marketing plans, and special events.Salvanelli has also authored articles in national magazines in both Canada and the United States, nominated and included in Who’s Who in American Women, and worked with sports legends such as Bobby Orr and Mike Eruzione for the U.S.O.C.
It’s time for seniors on Medicare to review their ‘Part D’ prescription drug coverage or Advantage Plan, to make sure it’s still the best option for them. Courtesy AARP.The next seven weeks or so is an important time for those with Medicare Part D or an Advantage Plan, as open enrollment is now underway. Indiana beneficiaries are being urged to review their plans, as oftentimes, options and coverage can change.Seth Boffeli, with A-A-R-P says during the enrollment period, it’s important that all beneficiaries review their plans.“Just take a look at what their coverage is, think about if it’s meeting their needs. See if there might be something that might cost a little less but cover just as much- and make those decisions,” Bofelli said, “So, it’s an important time for seniors.”Bofelli said the review is vital because it isn’t unusual for prescription plans to change, year to year.“Sometimes a plan that might have been the best deal for your money two or three years ago might have a competitor that offers something better now,” he said.Bofelli says those who are on Medicare don’t need to do anything with regard to the new health-care exchange, which has caused some confusion with its launch.Open enrollment for Medicare drug coverage runs through December 7.
FINN VALLEY AC athlete Dempsey McGuigan has set an astonishing new Irish record – throwing the hammer 69.67 metres at a meet in England this weekend.“It was a very encouraging start to the season and is actually just 23cms short of the qualifying mark for the World Junior Championships,” said the club’s Patsy McGonagle.“Dempsey has just returned from an intense three-week training programme in South Africa and this has really added to his performance.” Meanwhile his clubmate Paul Leck won the Scottish University 5k Championship in a time of 15:21. FINN VALLEY’S McGUIGAN SETS NEW IRISH JUNIOR RECORD was last modified: April 15th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:FINN VALLEY’S McGUIGAN SETS NEW IRISH JUNIOR RECORD