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EVENT PLANNER & AUTHOR JASON MITCHELL KAHN PREPARES YOU FOR A HOLIDAY WEDDING OF YOUR DREAMS

EVENT PLANNER & AUTHOR JASON MITCHELL KAHN PREPARES YOU FOR A HOLIDAY WEDDING OF YOUR DREAMS

By on Monday, November 27, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Joseph Federico joseph@anchorstoduskpublishing.com EVENT PLANNER & AUTHOR JASON MITCHELL KAHN PREPARES YOU FOR A HOLIDAY WEDDING OF YOUR DREAMS New York, New York – November 27, 2017 – Jason Mitchell Kahn, event planner, story teller and lifestyle creator, sets to re-release his first book – the only of its kind, a gay groom go-to – this winter. GETTING GROOMED: THE ULTIMATE WEDDING PLANNER FOR GAY GROOMS is a step-by-step must for the modern (gay) man. And the perfect gift for the recently-engaged friend on your shopping list. In a day and age where wedding preparation has become cookie cutter, GETTING GROOMED aims to wipe the woes away from the wedding planning process. It is a specific and streamlined publication that exudes masculinity; men deserve a book that doesn’t discuss dresses, or getting ready with bridesmaids. It is a book for men by a gentleman. Author Jason Mitchell Kahn offers professional tips and tricks from the field due in part to years of experience under his boutonniere. It is a how-to mixed with Kahn’s sense of humor, as he believes wedding planning should be a fun, light experience. This holiday season, if you are anticipating asking your man to shimmy down the aisle with you but haven’t the slightest idea as to where to start, look no further. GETTING GROOMED, first and foremost, is the perfect gift. Secondly, it is a consumable, chronological 12-chapter book that maps out the entire process of planning a wedding – from budget to photography, and flowers to menu suggestions. Each section is subtitled with a famous lyric that is synonymous to the community; think Lady Gaga to Madonna, and even “The Golden Girls.” You’ll be off to a head start in no time, while having fun and spending quality time as and with the groom-to-be. This book is not only a nod to the times we live in, but a strong foundation to what to expect as your big day approaches. GETTING GROOMED is about you. You get to start the conversation and begin to make big decisions, all in a snackable, light, gay way. It’s about what’s right for you as a couple and future married men. Plus, this...

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There is something about Red Mill

There is something about Red Mill

By on Wednesday, November 22, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

-Daniel Prigge Having been born and raised in the quaint area of Fair Lawn, NJ, there are not too many aspects in the community that one can scratch their head at  due to everyone knowing the insides and outs of this small Bergen County town. We have the typical few pizzerias and bagel stores, as well as the two bars on opposite ends of the town where each set of patrons deem as the “best bar in the town”. Now, being a frequent runner, I exercise on the Saddle River bike walk  (which is only a stone’s throw away from my front steps) and I am in awe – as well as creeped out – by this tower that the locals call the Red Mill. Here’s the real history of Fair Lawn I always knew this place existed due to the proximity of it from my house, as well as always driving past it all hours of the day. But since I have been running and using the bike walk regularly, running on your own at early hours of the day past the “Red Mill” makes you pick up the pace for those 35 feet that it covers. So, here are some historical facts about the Red Mill. It actually is not called the Red Mill, but it is historically called Easton Tower. It is constructed of stone and wood to frame, and was once an irrigation pump that was built in 1899. It was named after Edward D. Easton, who was the founder and president of the Columbia Phonograph Company. It is also mistakenly called the Red Mill because in the early 1800s, a mill nearby was painted red and many thought that it was the Easton Tower. Residents of the area say strange noises come from the building as well as some hefty paranormal experiences. I always had a queasy feeling about the Red Mill, and one time that stands out was when my friends and I ended up riding our bikes past the structure. We were in a group of about six (four boys and two girls) so of course, the boys wanted to try to impress the girls, thus one of my friends said, “Let’s...

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Daniel Prigge to Join Anchors To Dusk and Anchors Media

Daniel Prigge to Join Anchors To Dusk and Anchors Media

By on Saturday, November 4, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

Daniel Prigge is from Fair Lawn, New Jersey and holds a BA in Communications from the University of Pittsburgh, as well as a dual MBA in Management and Finance from Saint Peter’s University. After spending the majority of his life playing sports, Daniel is currently the CEO, Founder and Athlete Representative at Pride Athlete Management, LLC. His passion for sports has also landed him a position with the minor league baseball team, the New Jersey Jackals. Throughout the past several years, Daniel had assisted top college athletic programs with their social media accounts, community outreach, as well as ghost writing blogs for SBNation. Daniel understands what it takes to promote a business, individuals, as well as top college athletic programs either via blog publications or social media. Are you aware of the importance of social media marketing? His goal is to help Anchors to Dusk Publishing assist individuals in creating unique, customizable social media plans that enables them to market themselves to the larger community. Daniel hopes to grow in many facets while working at Anchors to Dusk, including his photography skills, professional design, line editing, and publishing and writing. To connect with Mr. Prigge, or to wish him congratulations, leave a comment below. The Anchors To Dusk staff wishes Daniel nothing but the best success on his new...

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