Raleigh, NC, October 28, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Christie Hadden, chief guru of My Restaurant Guru (www.myrestaurantguru.com), has announced a partnership with Fifteen 501 and Wake Living magazines as well as the Triangle Web sites SpoonFedRaleigh.com and TriangleBlvd.tv. My Restaurant Guru will contribute a “Restaurant Profile” column in Fifteen 501 and Wake Living. TriangleBlvd.tv, the Triangle’s number one WebTV Network, will stream restaurant video commercials to My Restaurant Guru’s site. The partnership with SpoonFedRaleigh.com will allow My Restaurant Guru to use photographs from Mark Petko, a local food photographer and blogger.
“We are excited to announce My Restaurant Guru’s new partnerships with Triangle publications and Web sites,” said Hadden. “These collaborations will help further improve our Web site and help Triangle residents find the best restaurants and dishes our area has to offer.”
- Wake Living and Fifteen 501 print 60,000 copies four times a year, reaching 150,000 people. For more information, visit www.wakeliving.com and www.fifteen501.com.
- The restaurant profiles in Wake Living and Fifteen 501 will also include a recipe from the featured restaurant.
- For more information about SpoonFedRaleigh.com, visit www.spoonfedraleigh.com.
- For more information about TriangleBlvd.tv, visit www.triangleblvd.tv.
About My Restaurant Guru:
My Restaurant Guru (MRG) is a social networking Web site that connects visitors to local restaurants in their quest for great food and great values. The site includes the largest database of menus, reviews and individual dish ratings of restaurants in the Triangle. MRG is unique in that restaurants and customers can now communicate in a friendly, open format. The site rewards users who regularly rate and review by sending them offers for free food, gifts and invitations to private events. Utilizing the MRG user rating and review system, food lovers can now find exactly what they are looking for by searching for menu specific items to see which place is top rated or can meet specific dietary needs. For more information, visit www.myrestaurantguru.com.
MMI Public Relations