More Awards for Ads
Blumenfeld + Fleming, an advertising, marketing, and design firm based in Montauk, has won 17 media awards from MarCom, an international marketing and communications competition that received over 6,000 entries.
The firm is owned by Lynn Blumenfeld and Jill Fleming. It received MarCom awards for Web banners and print advertising for Southampton Hospital and for a new logo, Jitney wrap, and “Jawsome” print ad for the Long Island Aquarium (formerly Atlantis Marine World) in Riverhead. Other nods were given for work the firm did for Main Beach Surf and Sport (a platinum for Web site design), Hampton Hills Country Club, Paddlers for Humanity, Suffolk County National Bank, Concerned Citizens of Montauk, Landscape Details, and Race Lane restaurant in East Hampton.
The company’s Web site is blumenfeldandfleming.com.
Made, Eleni Preston’s store filled with artisanal home items, has made the move from East Hampton to Sag Harbor. The shop has taken up residence, along with its original and reclaimed household and personal stock, at 3 Bay Street, next to Donna Karan’s Urban Zen.
The store will open today, and will be open Thursdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays from noon to 4 p.m. Made’s Web site is www.made-on-earth.co (not .com).
Local Girls With Good Skin
Donna McCue, an East Hampton resident and owner of Fat Ass Fudge, and Jeanne Cuddy-Perez, Ina Garten’s stylist, were selected for a national skin care infomercial that aired on Monday and Tuesday.
The extra-long advertisement for geneME, a DNA-based skin care product, was broadcast nationwide on the Lifetime and Oxygen channels, and aired locally in New York City and Orlando.
The Southampton Chamber of Commerce is hosting a networking night tonight at the Southampton Inn. Admission for members is $15 and includes a 50-50 raffle, appetizers, and a cash bar.
The event at 91 Hill Street is being sponsored by J. Lack Consulting, which will be on hand to answer technology questions.
The mixer is being held from 5 to 7 p.m.
Marders Open House
Marders on Snake Hollow Road in Bridgehampton will kick off the holiday season with an open house over the Thanksgiving weekend. Curious shoppers are invited to stop by for complimentary cookies, mulled cider, or a taste of a homemade cake.
Marders, whose slogan is “For a world too full of sameness,” offers handmade wreaths, birdhouses, candles, stocking stuffers, ornaments, silk arrangements, a popular kids’ section, and more. The Silas Marder Gallery will also be open.