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Medical Pioneers- SRQ Magazine’s January 2019 Edition

Medical Pioneers has returned!

Last year, we unveiled a new special section targeting the extraordinary medical community along the Gulf Coast. Great news! We’re bringing it back! Medical Pioneers is a great way to educate and inform our community about new and emerging treatments available at your practice. Whether you specialize in life-saving cardiology advancements or cosmetic procedures for healthy, glowing skin, this section is a perfect opportunity to showcase the amazing cutting-edge technology and expertise of area healthcare providers, physicians, researchers, and health and wellness companies.

Space Closing: Thursday, November 8, 2018.

Click to see the most recent Medical Pioneers.

Flip Book_Medical Pioneers-SPREAD AND COVERContact your Business Development Executive or Associate Publisher Ashley Ryan Cannon at 941-365-7702 x211 or growmybusiness@srqme.com to reserve your space and article today. SRQ Magazine’s Content Marketing Division engages you with our readers powerfully in print and strategically online.

SRQ MAGAZINE—Live Local. Love Local | Sarasota and Bradenton

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Spotted! SRQ Magazine’s La Strada Video on ABC7 – Sarasota

What are you doing Saturday?  SRQ Magazine hopes to see you out on Dolphin Street, Downtown Sarasota from 6:00pm to 11:00pm to celebrate SRQ Magazine’s 20th Anniversary at La Strada | SRQ 20th Anniversary Street Festival.

This video can also be spotted on ABC7 Sarasota – WWSB, our new partner!

Bring the family out for a magical #LOVE LOCAL evening celebrating 20 years in our hometown!

LaStrada | SRQ’s 20th Anniversary Street Festival
Saturday, October 20, 2018
6:00PM to 11:00PM
Dolphin Street, Sarasota, FL 34236
(located between S. Orange Ave. and S. Pineapple Ave., South of Ringling blvd.) 

RESERVE YOUR TICKET

Advance Admission | $10/person online
At the Door Admission | $15/person
Kids 12 and under, free

VIP Ticket | $45/person, includes access to the SRQ Studio VIP space, featuring exclusive live performances, catered bar and bites

Reserved Festival Table | $150, includes admission for six and reserved table street-side for the evening

SRQ MEDIA would like to thank 20th Anniversary Season Sponsor Ringling College of Art and Design for its support of this monumental milestone. We would also like to thank LaStrada event sponsors, Sarasota FordSabal Palm BankMarina JackAloft SarasotaAl Purmort InsuranceGold Coast Eagle DistributingChillounge Night and Sir Speedy Printing.

The beer and sangria proceeds will go to support our exclusive LaStrada | SRQ 20th Anniversary Street Festival Nonprofit Partner, Suncoast Charities for Children.

For event questions please contact Associate Producer of Marketing, Events and Programs, Rebecca Brey at rebecca.brey@srqme.com or 941-365-7702 x221.

Deadline Extended— SRQ’s Annual LOVE LOCAL | Hometown Guide, Now Closing Sept 28

Love Local | Hometown Guide is a carefully curated book of vibrant images and quotes that comes with a powerful social media engine. Love Local | Hometown Guide is SRQ‘s love letter to our local community, featuring pages devoted to the most magical things to see, do, taste and enjoy in our region. Through this publication we invite the reader to celebrate the people and places of our hometown.

SRQ MEDIA will debut this special square collectible, Love Local | Hometown Guide, Saturday, October 20, 2018 at LaStrada, SRQ MEDIA’S 20th Anniversary Street Festival.

Vast Distribution—Love Local  | Hometown Guide will have a print run of 30,000 copies, distributed through 60+ high-frequency locations including hotels, accommodations, venues, the SRQ Airport, rental car locations, and arts and culture organizations.

Powerful Social Media—Advertisers in the Love Local | Hometown Guide will receive significant exposure featured in SRQ MAGAZINE’S LOVE LOCAL Instagram channel. Your gorgeous Instagram images will also appear on the official #LOVELOCAL Reel, on-screen during all events produced by SRQ MEDIA from October 2018 to September 2019.

Don’t miss out on your opportunity to leverage powerful local influence and credibility from the LIVE LOCAL—LOVE LOCAL team!

Space Closing: Friday, September 28, 2018

Materials Deadline: Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Contact Associate Publisher Ashley Ryan Cannon at 941-365-7702 x211 or growmybusiness@srqme.com to reserve your space in the Love Local | Hometown Guide.

SRQ MAGAZINE—Live Local. Love Local |  Sarasota and Bradenton

What Fun! SRQ Hosts Clients at Pies on Pineapple

Clients and friends of SRQ | The Magazine mingle in the studio. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

Clients and friends of SRQ | The Magazine mingle in the studio. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

While the days of childhood pizza parties are long behind us, we are usually looking for an excuse to get together with our clients. And some of us are always looking for a reason to eat pizza. On Wednesday August 12th, these lofty goals merged in the form of, “Pies on Pineapple,” the third installment of our quarterly client gatherings.

SRQ Executive Publisher Wes Roberts (left) catches up with Mustafa Yilmaz (center) and ____. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

SRQ Executive Publisher Wes Roberts (left) catches up with Mustafa Yilmaz (center) and Hank Battie. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

This year, we’ve had a great time celebrating the people and companies that make our community so special through SRQ Parties on Pineapple. Having them as clients makes us grateful and challenges us to deliver fresh ways to live local in every edition of SRQ | The Magazine. Parties on Pineapple have been a reminder to us that every now and then, we should hold the phones and have conversations that aren’t strictly focused on business, enjoy some delicious food and take a couple of hours to connect. We’ve enjoyed watching our family of clients make valuable connections to each other and develop stronger ties to the community.

Guests enjoyed a selection of pizzas from Solorazano's Pizzeria. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

Guests enjoyed a selection of pizzas from Solorazano’s Pizzeria. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

The best part of a pie party is that there’s no rules. Dessert for dinner is encouraged. Pizza for your first and third courses (with an interlude of pie-inspired custard as your second) qualifies you as a culinary genius. Wearing a cowboy hat and faux mustache in the photo booth is appropriate pizza party behavior. Luckily for us, our clients seemed to remember the routine of a pizza party as fondly as we do.

Solorazano’s Pizzeria represented the savory side of pies with thin-crusted, New York style cheesy goodness. Their menu ranges from traditional, simple pies to hearty favorites like the Hoboken Heart Attack (topped with meatballs, pepperoni, sausage and bacon), to the Centrella (a white pizza generously prepared with onions, spinach, fresh tomatoes, garlic and basil). If you’re looking for something good for the soul, they’ve also got something special: the #PieItForwardMovement. Patrons with an appetite for giving can pay a little extra for their pizza and the good people at Solorazano’s use the money to make and deliver pizzas for the hungry in our community. If there’s anything better than pizza, it is surely pizza with a conscience.

Owner of Sift Bakehouse, Christine Nordstrom with handmade pies. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

Owner of Sift Bakehouse, Christine Nordstrom with handmade pies. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

The dessert section was something to behold. Gorgeous, handcrafted pies were made with an extra helping of love by Sift Bakehouse. A key lime cheesecake pie was the perfect balance of tart and sugary sweet, while the comforting flavor combo of peanut butter and jelly (using fresh berries) in the form of a pie weighed in as the crowd favorite. S’macks brought bite size samples of their famous custard. Brownie crust was swirled into salted caramel custard for a rich flavor combination to cool off and unwind at the end of a long day. For those interested in sipping a locally brewed beverage, Gold Coast Eagle Distributing supplied beers from Darwin’s Brewing Company – including Circa 1926, a tangerine wheat beer with a cult following.

Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Ashley Grant (left) poses for a photo with Tracy Spalsbury, Director of Marketing and Communication at Sarasota YMCA. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

Vice President of Strategic Partnerships Ashley Grant (left) poses for a photo with Tracy Spalsbury, Director of Marketing and Communication at Sarasota YMCA. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

In between sweet, savory and icy bites, guests posed in the Mojo Foto Booth and took home their own filmstrips to commemorate the evening’s fun.

Guests pose in the photo booth. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

Guests pose in the photo booth. Photo credit: Wyatt Kostygan

Thank you to the talented pie makers for making the night as delicious as it was enjoyable. Of course, thanks to our partners for being so much more than clients and advertisers. We love having you over to SRQ Studios and enjoy working alongside you in this great community. To view a gallery of photos from Pies on Pineapple, click here. 

See you next time!