The Patrick Group has partnered with Burlington communications company Moondyne Agency for their new marketing developments. Moondyne Agency will address re-branding and the creation of various collateral for the South Burlington based financial planning firm.Additionally this month, Moondyne relocates its offices to 5 Lawson Lane in Burlington. Kohn, a New York City advertising veteran, opened the agency doors last spring, bringing creative brand advertising solutions to a wide range of regionally based businesses. Lawson Lane is located between St. Paul Street and Pine Street, just west of Burlington’s City Hall Park. For more information call (802) 310-3326 or visit www.moondyneagency.com(link is external).
Brazilian superstar Neymar is on his way to Paris Saint GermainBarcelona have confirmed that the player has asked to leave the club.The 25 year old will cost the Parisian side around €222 million. Photo © – pixabay Meanwhile there’s good news for Liverpool fans as it seems Daniel Sturridge’s injury is not serious.The striker was substituted with a thigh injury in last nights win over Bayern Munich however the club says it was a precautionary move.
FIFA and the Local Organising Committee (LOC) were pleased to share with the world one of the most important ambassadors for the global event on Brazilian broadcaster TV Globo’s weekly Fantástico entertainment show.“I’m delighted to welcome such an important member to the 2014 team,” Brazil World Cup legend Ronaldo said.which he has for the sport and for his country.”The Brazilian population will give the mascot its name via a public vote, which will conclude in mid-November. The three options are Amijubi, Fuleco and Zuzeco.“The fact that the three-banded armadillo is a vulnerable species is very fitting,” FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke said.“One of the key objectives through the 2014 FIFA World Cup is to use the event as a platform to communicate the importance of the environment and ecology. “We are glad to be able to do so with the help of a mascot who I’m sure will be much-loved, not only in Brazil, but all over the world.”