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Sage Age Welcomes New Public Relations & Media Assistant to the Team

Sage Age Strategies is pleased to welcome Sarah Feaster to its dedicated team of strategic, creative and dynamic professionals.  Sarah has joined the Sage Age team in the role of Public Relations & Media Assistant, where she will be responsible for supporting all areas of media management, from media research and planning to rate negotiation and media placement, as well as all public relations efforts for our clients. 

Sage Age Strategies Promotes Adrienne Mansfield to Director of Media, Online Marketing and Client Services

Sage Age Strategies is excited to announce the promotion of Adrienne Mansfield to Director of Media, Online Marketing and Client Services. In this role, Adrienne will be responsible for directing all aspects of media relations at Sage Age, including social media services, media research and planning, as well as rate negotiation and media placement.

Critter Companionship Therapy

While some people rescue animals in an attempt to offer their new friends a safe and “forever” home, it is usually left unnoticed that those pets often do a lot of the rescuing – in our lives.

“The human-animal bond bypasses the intellect and goes straight to the heart and emotions and nurtures us in ways that nothing else can,” said Karin Winegar, author of Saved: Rescued Animals and the Lives They Transform, in a 2009 interview with the New York Times.

A Green Thumb Can Add "Spring" to the Steps of Seniors

Providing seniors with optimal quality of life is the goal of retirement communities nationwide, but often times, some of the simplest enhancements to their health and happiness can be overlooked. Natural elements such as plants function as great décor throughout healthcare communities in an attempt to soften the room and provide a calming atmosphere, but there is more that can be done with plants to improve the health and well-being of senior residents.

Why Use Social Media?

Everywhere you go, you’re asked to “like” a company on Facebook, “follow” them on Twitter…while it may have seemed to be just a phase, suffice it to say, social media is here to stay with millions checking in every day to find out what’s new with friends, products, their favorite celebrities, the news and more.

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