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Evolotus principals Gary Smith and Kezia Jauron have decades of experience in advertising, marketing, and public relations for a range of clients and products. They left the profitable world of corporate high-tech PR to create Evolotus in 2006. Evolotus and its clients share the same goal: to get the word out about a particular product or service in a way that serves the client as well as the world at large. (www.evolotuspr.com)

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Green News, Whole Foods magazine

Whole Foods magazine is distributed to retail health natural food stores and suppliers. Their coverage includes films that would be worthwhile to carry in store. 

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Coconut Bliss hits newspaper food sections nationwide

As part of the phased rollout of Coconut Bliss, which took the product from the Pacific Northwest to the entire U.S., we worked with local food editors throughout the country to alert them that the product would soon be available in their area. As food editors are rarely vegan, a vegan product really needs to stand out, and have a good story, in order to even be considered.

This was a nice write-up from the Southern California's Desert Sun, a midsized newspaper serving Palm Springs and the surrounding communities.

"Blissfully good...It's as creamy as premium high-fat content ice creams, but doesn't leave you with that coated-tongue taste from the fat."

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Seventeen magazine: How to Meditate

Seventeen magazine included Evolotus client Max Simon's wise advice for teenagers (and everyone):

Coconut Bliss in Fancy Foods magazine

Reaching out to influential food trade publications is a must for getting high-quality vegan foods into mainstream groceries. Fancy Foods covers the upscale, gourmet market.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Reader's Digest on Raw for 30 Days/Simply Raw

Reader's Digest magazine included the film "Raw for 30 Days," now called "Simply Raw," in a story on raw food diets for health and recovery from diabetes.