WHAT IS MORE HELPFUL IN FINDING ‘THE ONE’ - YOUR GRANDMA OR TECHNOLOGY?
Join us this Wednesday for a fun evening debating who is better at finding love with Justin McLeod, CEO of dating app Hinge and Kayli Stollak, author of “Granny is My Wingman”
Wednesday 12/14 6:30PM-8:30PM
1 East 27th St. @ 5th Ave
Complimentary Snacks — Half Price Wine And Love Punch
6:30PM — Doors Open
7:00 - Dating Talk w/ Kayli & Justin
7: 30 - Cocktails & Schmoozing
8:30 - Stay & Keep Being Sexy & Awesome
RSVP VIA WINGMANAPP.SPLASHTHAT.COM
The unicorn print by @kelli_murray from our holiday shoot #whitelikeaunicorn arrived. Love it! Available for sale in her etsy shop. #ggholiday
Kelli’s prints are SO perfect for the new Small Girls office, we may just have to get more than one for the space!
Thanks to the Glitter Guide for bringing her to our attention! <3
Happy Thanksgiving from Small Girls PR!
In the spirt of the holiday we decided to share what we’re thankful for.
Mallory: Thankful for our clients who have chosen to work alongside us. We’re not the most traditional, coiffed bunch, so we’re thankful for each client that trusts us to tell their stories. Picking a young agency above those with multiple awards and decades of case studies under their belt could be seen as a risk, but it’s exactly that risk-taking, game-changing nature that makes our clients so incredible to work for and with.
Bianca: You’d think my answer would be boys because it’s my answer for anything (favorite picks, favorite pastime, favorite cereal) But when it comes to being grateful and thankful, that one goes to the Small Girls. The last year has seen a tremendous amount of growth for us and we couldn’t have done it without the small and tall girls and boys of our team. Not only have they been a huge support on client projects, but they have become a wonderful family of bff’s who care about one another. It’s like Drake says- Started from the bottom now we’re here, started from the bottom now my whole team fuckin here, guys! <3
Annie: Thankful for sour patch kids, spontaneous dance parties, bright lip stick, and my bad-ass family. SHOUT OUT TO SLC! oh, and T Swift (my BFF). duh!
Carley: Thankful for my goofy family, the friends I’ve made in New York who have kept me sane, friends from home that I love returning to, my health, iced coffee, my small (and tall) girls, flannel shirts (and all things New England-y of course!)
Lise: Thankful for my parents who always remind me of what’s important in life, my little (tall) brother, friends that ignite the soul, impromptu adventures, amazing food from questionable places, horses, squirrels, and edible glitter.
Kara: Thankful for my awesome dog Rugby, backpacks, keyboard covers, walking to work, friends that are family, also legit family, cake batter froyo, heels of all kinds, and of course all the Smalls!
Mac: Thankful for my family who allows me to live my ridiculous life, fashionable sweatpants, denim jackets ,late nights, cheap whiskey, and all the Small Girls for welcoming me into the gang.
Ever wonder where the most attractive singles are? Apparently at NYC Media agencies.
We recently took data from our client Hinge which effectively ranked companies located in the Big Apple in order of the amount of good looking people who work there, and compiled it into a pitch. The list captured many eyes, including the NY Post & MTV who both wrote about it last week.
Check out the full list here.
American Girl Magazine, 1997
My uncle is visiting my grandparents right now and stumbled upon this old American Girl Magazine I was featured in from the ’90s.
When I was about seven years old, I started a letter writing campaign to the Empire State Building asking them to change the lighting scheme to honor Hanukkah. That particular year, Hanukkah was in the beginning of December, but the city landmark was already illuminated red & green in anticipation of Christmas several weeks away.
I thought that was nuts so when I got home I grabbed a gel pen and pitched the building to change it. A polite manager mailed back a response declining the request. Frustrated, I asked my parents who owned the building and wrote another letter, this time up the chain.
About a year later, the owner was caught evading community service for her prior stint evading taxes. She had already been evading my letter for a while, so neither of these pieces of news surprised me. Around that time, however (in what I now assume was an effort to rally positive public opinion), I got a response from a publicist who said the owner was touched and they’d be not only honoring my request that year, but each year forever after. I was even invited to flip the inaugural switch! Within days, news crews were in my living room, outside my school, and inviting me to appear on shows such as Rosie O’Donnell (remember that show?)
The story had transcended the typical news cycle and began trickling into pop culture: I was invited to the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards, Howard Stern poked fun at me on air (though I was never a guest), and at one point we got a message from a Seinfeld producer saying the story was under consideration to be included in the season’s story line.
This is probably when I realized not only that there was such a thing as a publicist, but that these so-called publicists seemed to get shit done.
Two decades later, I work as a publicist. (And true to the publicist’s word, the building has been lit for Hanukkah every year since).
Our co-founder has been kickin’ ass and taking names since she was a small girl herself.