Momentum Marketing PR Advisors for Daniel Island Library Event

Daniel Island Harvest Tour

The third annual Daniel Island Harvest Tour of Homes Dine Around can only be a success with Momentum Marketing in charge of PR. The tour will be held on Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and all of its proceeds will benefit the Daniel Island Library. Momentum will provide public relations and collateral pieces in an effort to help raise money for the library, but the way to be successful in this endeavor is to make the participant restaurants successful.

An interesting traditional PR strategy, with focus on promoting every restaurant on Daniel Island that has agreed to donate a portion of their proceeds that day to The Friends of the Daniel Island Library fund. The event is more interesting as it includes cultural events aside the dining highlights. There are four homes in the tour, each featuring distinctive architecture and unique interior design. Each home will also host a meet and greet with a popular local author such as Ken Burger, Holly Herrick and Kate Jerome – all of whom will provide literary conversation and sign copies of their books.

“My son is a regular visitor at the Daniel Island Library and I am a patron of all of the Daniel Island restaurants. These places play a role in my life and I am happy that Momentum is able to play a role in theirs,” Pam Hartley, Founder of Momentum Marketing, said in a statement. “With our efforts we will help raise money for the library by expanding the restaurants’ recognition beyond the Island to bring in more customers.”

Tickets for the Harvest Home Tour cost $20 payable by cash or check in advance at these locations: Daniel Island Real Estate, A Floral Affair, and Island Expressions on Daniel Island and at Zinnia in Mt. Pleasant. Tickets can also be obtained from Home Tour committee members. In addition, tickets will be available the day of the tour for $25 at the Daniel Island Library. All proceeds of the Harvest Tour of Homes and Dine Around for the Library will stay on the Island and be used to enhance the Daniel Island Library and its resources. For more information about the home tour, visit

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