"Just read the story in the latest issue of PR. Brittany knocked it out of the park. We have had the good fortune of being featured in many magazines in the past however this story left the reader with the message of what we are all about the BEST. Please pass on a job well done to Brittany!!"
"I just have to convey my surprise to have been sitting waiting on lunch, browsing through a copy of The Piedmont Review and to find this beautiful article about my hometown Corinth, Mississippi. Complete surprise! As I read through the article it brought a wave of fond memories of all of the things you described. My mouth was watering for the tamales and the country ham at Abe’s. I still have family in town and to them, these things are common place, they don’t always fully appreciate how great they are. Having grown up there, I can tell you it was such a fantastic place that has shaped my life and will definitely influence my children. Over the years I often think about taking the family back, but with the wife being from Denver, Atlanta is the compromise (although she’s a big fan of the tamales and the fountain cokes at Borroum’s – funny, I recognize some of the people in the picture at Borroum’s). "
—Stephen Brooks, ASLA, LEED AP
"Just wanted thank you both for your efforts in making Float's grand opening an evening to remember! There was a steady turnout from beginning to end (in spite of the heat!) and based on the comments--and bookings--we made a strong impression on those who attended.
The food and dancers were magnificent...and the staffs from Zaya, Park's Edge and Daza couldn't have been more helpful. All of us at Float appreciate your efforts in pulling the pieces together and look forward to collaborating on more successful events in the future."
"Kolo Collection has been advertising with the Piedmont Review since shortly after we opened our doors for business in August 2003. We sell high-end exterior furnishings and have been pleased over and over again with the results from the Piedmont Review. Because of that success, we have also advertised in Thirty-A Review and increased the size of our ads. We started with quarter page ads. Later, we increased to half page ads. Now we are doing full page ads." -- Gregory K. Martin, President, Kolo Collection, Inc.
"The Piedmont Review has been the best marketing tool that I have used. I encourage any business person that wants their business to double to advertise in The Piedmont Review. It is exciting to be part of something that brings you positive feedback and great clients!" -- Sheila Polstein, Sp Staging
want to thank you for the ad you placed for us in the Piedmont Review.
I have had several phone calls mentioning it. Weve placed
magazine ads before and have done a few free consults, some have
come back for a few fillings or cleanings and it eventually pays
for itself a good investment. The calls Ive gotten
off of your magazine have been top-notch! I have been so impressed.
They have not only shown up for their appointments but have been
interested in and followed-through with major cosmetic dental treatments.
Thank you! I know you had mentioned doing an article about us as
well, when can we set that up? The sooner the better as things have
been booming for us off of that one ad. Look forward to hearing
from you soon!" -- Joelle Turner, The Goldstein Center
have been advertising with The Piedmont Review since June of 2003.
The results have been great! In less than 1 year we have done $100,000
in extra business from our ads." -- Howard Mullen, CEO,
started using the Piedmont Review to market my cosmetic and paramedical
practice in November of 2003. By December of 2003 we were covering
our advertising costs and turning a profit. One of the surprising
benefits of this publication is the remainder value of our ad. I
have carefully tracked our response and have noted that the Piedmont
Review has a shelf life comparable to magazines (about 3 - 4 months).
I have already referred your publication to other business owners
that I know, and I would highly recommend the Review to anyone considering
an upscale marketing vehicle in Buckhead, Sandy Springs and the
Midtown market. As of February 2004, we have decided to make this
publication a monthly staple in our advertising program." -
Evie Delaney, CDT, The NOUVEAU Clinic
Piedmont Review is consistently one of the best magazines to work
with." - Mark Blanchard, Owner, Meritage Nuvo Bistro
started advertising in Piedmont Review about a year ago. Out of
all the places we advertised, we received the most recognition from
our ads in Piedmont Review. With the magazine being placed all over
the area, it seems as if everyone picks it up to read at some point
or another. The size of the ads cannot be beat, or go unnoticed."
- Stacy Stehlar, Marketing, Jeanne's Body Tech
am writing this letter to let you know that our advertising campaign
in The Piedmont Review is working. As you know advertising is so
hard to measure, however based upon some of our coupon returns from
The Piedmont Review, we find that we are getting such nice feedback
from our customers. We have found that many of our customers are
reading The Piedmont Review and they are finding out about our new
location and our specials via your magazine. Furthermore, your willingness
to make things happen for us is greatly appreciated. I know that
you are doing your best to make sure that we get a return on our
investment. Thanks again for the good work and we look forward to
working with you in the future." - Howard Krinsky, Partner,
Binders Art Supplies And Frames
we opened Kolo Collection one year ago, we started advertising in
the Piedmont Review as one of the ways we built customer awareness
of our new store. Without a doubt, we have received more response
from our advertisements in the Piedmont Review then any other print
media. We are now running a one-half page ad that looks great and
look forward to working with the Piedmont Review in the future."
- Greg Martin, Owner, Kolo Collection.
the owner a new small business, addressing the in-town market, I
advertise in several local publications. I have found that our ads
in The Piedmont Review provide one of our highest response levels,
and those responses turn into clients! The layout, color and organization
of the Review, combined with a top-notch readership, makes for our
most effective marketing tool." - Randy L. Busman, Owner,
Studio B Kitchens
started my own business as an image consultant 6 months ago and
had no advertising money in my budget until 2005. However, I would
see ads about several of my friends in the Piedmont Review and thought
that "some day", I too, would be able to advertise. I
kept finding issues of the Piedmont Review in shopping bags and
on tables at different restaurants and coffee houses. Everywhere
I went, I would see that publication! I figured it was time to do
something and I called the publisher, Miles Neiman, to talk about
advertising. Although I didn't have a big budget, he helped me create
a plan of action, and when he started working on his October 2004
"beauty" issue, he interviewed me for a story. The phone
did not stop ringing for two weeks! I have to say this article kick-started
my company. Thank you, Miles! I'm so glad I finally decided to call
you! I've picked up a lot of business from that article! I will
continue to recommend your magazine to self-employed friends!"
- Peggy Parks, Parks Image Consulting
Piedmont Review has been an excellent source to reach newcomers
in the Atlanta and Midtown area. It has also proven to be a great
vehicle used by us to reach and educate first time condo buyers
in the booming midtown market. Almost all of the restaurant locations
that I frequent in Midtown, are stocked with copies of the publication.
You can find many restaurant goers reading the Piedmont Review as
they wait to be served. Both myself and my partners are very proud
to be associated with such a great publication and management team
at the Piedmont Review. Besides getting a solid ROI, We have also
made many successful business relationships through our advertising
in this magazine." - Christian Chenier, Amtrust Mortgage Corporation,
Co-owner, Branch manager, Sandy Springs Branch
Piedmont Review makes me feel as if I am their only client! The
publisher is always ready with a kind word and is so flexible with
my last minute advertising changes. I've gotten some of my nicest
and most loyal clients from our ads in The Piedmont Review. Also,
how refreshing in today's world to have such wholesome and diverse
cover stories." - Lil Dyer Cobbs, owner of Seraphim Skin
Piedmont Review has been very beneficial in our marketing campaign.
The fact that it is on the shelf for a month is wonderful. We get
tons of feedback from our ads and always have people telling us
that they saw "this month's house!" - Wendy Zoller, Realtor,
Jenny Pruitt Buckhead
ads in the piedmont review have brought me more business than all
my other advertising combined. The next time I do an advertising
campaign, I will select the Piedmont Review ONLY." - Cheryl
Gratton, Ph.D, licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist.
have advertised many places including the Jewish times, the Atlanta
business Chronicle and Points North and not gotten much in the way
of business from them. With the Piedmont Review, I get about one
new client a day. I stopped advertizing for a while to save the
money and found that it "cost me money" to NOT place my
ad in the Piedmont Review. It attracts just the kind of clients
that I want. I highly recommend it for any business." - Dr.
Martha Roach, co-Medical Director for the Northside Hospital Continence
for the wonderful article you did on the Market! I really appreciate
all you do!" - Susan Wimberly, Market at the Works
there. I just wanted to drop a line saying I saw a recent copy of
the Piedmont Review and was impressed. It looks great! It's nice
to see people celebrating some of the greatest places -- and stories
-- in our awesome city." - Joshua Levs - Nationally syndicated
columnist for NPR, CNN and the recipient of two 2006 Edward R. Murrow
Awards from the Radio-Television News Directors Association for
his coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath