We are young and new…but already an award winner. We were recently given notice that the Dinner for 8 logo was named a Gold Award recipient of the 2015 MarCom Awards.
The MarCom Awards is an international creative competition that recognizes outstanding achievement by marketing and communication professionals. Entries come from corporate marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, PR firms, design shops, production companies and freelancers. The Gold Award is presented to those entries judged to exceed the high standards of the industry norm.
Thanks to our partners at 4CDesignWorks for working with us to create such a wonderful visual appeal for Dinner for 8; the markings of the beginning of success for all who participate.
Read more about it here (then click on “Dinner for 8 logo” to see the product of the effort).
A good beginning means even better things to come. You don’t know how you’ll finish unless you start and sometimes that means taking a chance.
One of our favorite sayings is “If you don’t take a chance, you won’t have a chance”. Thankfully for the person below, he took a chance. He took a shot. He scored. You can too – join Dinner for 8 today!
We’d like to share our very first (and very meaningful) testimonial. Remember, this could be you!!
I just wanted to take a minute and write you about the great results I had with Dinner for 8. I was hesitant to go on the night of the dinner but Nan Cohen assured me I would have a great time. She was right!! Not only did I enjoy the people I talked with and the wonderful dinner but the best part is I met someone that I am currently dating! Yes, It actually works! I’m so glad I took Nan’s advice and came to Dinner for 8. Thank you !!
People are asking a lot of questions about Dinner for 8. We’ve created a buzz of curiosity and anticipation with our innovative model and if you are single in Pittsburgh, there is something to be excited about.
Between our radio shows, appearance on Pittsburgh Today Live, television commercial, articles in the Tribune Review and Shady Ave Magazine and our Premier Dinner Party Event on October 4th that sold out, we have been busy introducing the city of Pittsburgh to this great forum.
Today we are busy with a continuation of our marketing blitz and membership recruitment phases of our business-building plan. In the next few weeks our dinner groups will start heading out to some of the best restaurants in the city for meeting, greeting, dining and who knows what else. The sky’s the limit at Dinner for 8 and we’re just getting started.
Take a self-guided tour of Dinner for 8 on our website. Or, feel free to drop us a line and speak with one of the Dinner for 8 staff.