Posted by Foobooz Nation on November 27th, 2012
For the last few months the Philly Mag/Foobooz teams have been stuffing their faces at the city’s top places to eat, all with one purpose in mind: To craft a brand-new ranking of Philly’s 50 Best Restaurants, which will appear in the January issue.
Right now we have a special offer for Foobooz readers: Order your copy of the all-new “50 Best Restaurants,” and we’ll send you that issue and an entire year’s worth of Philly Mag–all for just $10. That’s 12 issues for 10 bucks–including the Best of Philly issue in August, an all-new roundup of the best places to have brunch later in the year, and Trey Popp’s monthly restaurant reviews.
That’s 50 Best Restaurants, Best of Philly, the big brunch guide, and all sorts of awesomeness — all for $10. What’s better than that?
A Year of Philadelphia magazine for $10 [Philadelphia]
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Posted by Foobooz on July 6th, 2012
Pottsville’s Yuengling Brewery and its Philadelphia area distributor, Origlio Beverage have chosen Neiman as its new ad agency to help the beer brand grow in the Philadelphia market, a market that played a huge role in Yuengling’s growth but one that has become increasingly competitive over recent years.
The new campaign, which will begin in the Fall will aim to enhance the ties between “Lager” and Philadelphia. Yuengling was founded in 1829 and is America’s oldest brewery. And with the sale of Anheuser Busch to foreign interests, Yuengling can also claim to be the largest American-owned brewery.
Neiman has been around for 32 years and is the agency responsible for Philly Steakout and has previously worked with another Pennsylvania brewer, Troegs.
Yuengling [Official Site]
Neiman [Official Site]
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Posted by Foobooz on January 5th, 2012
We are really enjoying the new ad campaign of longtime Philadelphia candy, Peanut Chews. The packaging has restored the Goldenberg name and the brand has launched a retro ad campaign connecting the chewy peanut-filled chocolate with its Philadelphia roots. We’ve spotted the ads on the subway, wrapping a SEPTA bus and even on TV in an ad starring former Eagle Ron Jaworski.
The candy started in Philadelphia back in 1917 and is still manufactured in Philadelphia. The candy is kosher and gluten-free. The Original Dark flavor is even vegan-friendly (how about that?).
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