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Crisis PR: How We’ve Supported Our Clients During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Crisis Management PR enables an organization to effectively communicate during a major threat to its business or reputation.

PR & Marketing: What does it really mean anyway?

The meaning of PR & Marketing runs deep as all of the many tactics used intertwine with each other.

Client Spotlight – Fry the Coop & Found Kitchen

PR & Marketing. Marketing & PR. They cross over so much that the line gets very blurred and even we have trouble explaining! Next,

Women’s Small Business Month

Supporting other female-owned businesses is paramount to us

What is Bettie Bomb

In a nutshell, we’re two ladies with a mutual love for Public Relations and a passion for telling your story. As business owners

How Rebecca Started Bettie Bomb

I have the incredible luxury of balancing my time between work and family under one roof.

How Laura & Rebecca Joined Forces

We both started in the PR industry in Chicago in 2003.

A Simple Guide to Public Relations

Public Relations (PR) is about storytelling, building awareness and shaping a brand’s image through different forms of communica

A Simple Guide to PR For Restaurants

The main need of restaurants is “more butts in seats.” But how do we do that?

A Simple Guide to PR For Hotels

With the ultimate goal of putting “heads in beds,” public relations for hotels is more important now more than ever.

5 Ways To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago

With one of us growing up on the Southside of Chicago where St. Patrick’s Day and the South Side Irish Parade were the biggest celebrations of the year, of course we had to share our favorite ways to celebrate the holiday this year. Although there are no parades in Chicago this year and sadly the Chicago River won’t be dyed green, there are still ways to be festive. Check out five favorites of ours: Make Leprechaun Traps This is especially fun for the kiddies and those still wanting to stay safe and socially-distant. Kids can easily create a Catch a Leprechaun trap easily with scissors, paper, markers and other  craft supplies. Barnes and Noble also has a great book called “How to Catch a Leprechaun” (available here on Amazon). Dinner at The Gage Located on Michigan Avenue, this Irish-owned restaurant is one of the most sought-after destinations for St. Patrick’s Day (or any day!) The restaurant serves refined, rustic fare complemented by an innovative libations program in a lively, convivial setting. The menu effortlessly blends European influence with American style. Recently celebrating over ten years in business, The Gage continues to be both a respected classic and an innovative leader on Chicago’s dining scene. Create a Bar at Home With the pandemic still in effect and not going away anytime soon, why not turn a space in your home into a fun Irish pub? We’ve been seeing many news stories about bringing home your favorite bar by transforming your home for a change of scenery and we’re on board! There are so many great cocktail kits available and accessible decor that will transport you to an Irish pub right at home! Visit the Irish American Heritage Center Located on Chicago’s northwest side, the mission of the Irish American Heritage Center (IHAC) is to nurture and strengthen Irish culture and heritage through programs emphasizing Irish music, literature, drama, traditional dancing, fine arts, and the Irish and Irish-Americans’ constructive contributions to the United States of America. The center is a destination for people of Irish descent and those who wish to learn more about the Irish heritage. During St. Patrick’s Day they normally host an array of activities including music, Irish dancers, and much more! Have a Guinness at Cork N’ Kerry A staple on Chicago’s southside, Cork N’ Kerry is a must-visit for St. Patrick’s Day! Located on Western Avenue in the Beverly neighborhood - home of the iconic Southside Irish...