QUALITY …. In A Can? Welcome, dear friends, to WineSociety, #PremiumCannedWine purveyor of the finest #CaliforniaWines in The Napa Valley

Posted in WineSociety.com with tags , , , , , , on 05/24/2018 by @CincinnatiPR

For Immediate Release – From America’s #PremiumCannedWine, WineSocietyCrafting World-Class Quality in a Can of Premium California Wine – Press Release from WineSociety

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Crafting World-Class Quality in a Can of Premium California Wine

Millennial Creators of Dotloop The Disruptor Turn Their Attention to the High-Quality Taste of WineSociety.com, Premium Canned Wine from Napa Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

When Quality Really Counts, and You Taste Like One of the Best:

Early Wine Review:  #TEMPT (Red Blend) tastes ‘Similar in Profile to Prisoner Wine *’

Premium Wine from California, delivered free nationwide: Yes, You Can.

Wedding Season, Outdoor Concerts, Summer Festivals = 2018 @WineSocietyLife.

[NAPA VALLEY, California ~ May 24, 2018] In the beginning, just like Dotloop the disruptor, WineSociety began as a brainchild: Wine in a can. Why not?

Similar to aforementioned industry up-ender Dotloop, sold by Millennial couple/co-founders Angela and Austin Allison of Cincinnati and San Francisco to Zillow Group, innovation has delivered.

This time? Get used to hearing about WineSociety, a new brand of California iWinery with a whole new pitch, based on a new set of principles:

1.) Premium California Wine;

2.) Packaged in a Can;

3.) Sold on shelves, and by subscription, ala a Modern Wine Club;

4.) Made from California grapes and in the mecca of wine, the vineyards of Napa Valley.

A new-school beverage, in an old-school world,” says CEO and Co-Founder of WineSociety, Angela Allison.

An entrepreneur at heart, the launch of WineSociety reflects the culmination of Angela’s lifelong dream, and design, to make the perfect premium canned wine.

The quality of WineSociety grapes were recently cited in a Wine Review by the editors at Nightclub & Bar: The Bar Industry Authority. To wit:

This premium Red wine strikes a balance between sweet and dry. Our editor has tasted it and declared it to be similar in profile to the Prisoner.”

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WineSociety.com: An Obsession with Quality

We commit to continuous, unrelenting quality in the California wines we are making,” Angela adds.

From Day One, we have focused on the quality of our product, giving full attention to every detail of every can, making the overall experience amazing.”

We are still obsessed with answering the question: ‘How do we get you the absolute best wine for your money?’ ” Angela asks.

Quality is the engine. WineSociety is our response.”

Contact:

Angela Allison, CEO and Co-Founder angela@winesociety.com

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On the road with WineSociety this summer: July 27-29 WineSociety to sponsor and compete aboard the WineSociety #44 Mazda, drizzled in the same Sunset Pink hues of the WineSociety  #CHANCE Rosé blend. Driven by Co-Founder and Chairman G. Austin Allison at the Battery Tender Global MX-5 Cup Presented by BFGoodrich Tires, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, OH.

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[*] Nightclub & Bar Wine Review at Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America (WSWA) 75thAnnual Convention and Exposition, Las Vegas, NV, 5.2.18.

introducing: WineSociety.com of Cincinnati and The Napa Valley, where wine doesn’t have to be complex, intimidating, or expensive. Doesn’t even have to come in bottles. #CansUp, in Red (Tempt), White (Fate) and Rose (Chance) …. from the makers of dotloop, Angela and Austin Allison

Posted in WineSociety.com with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 04/20/2018 by @CincinnatiPR

For Immediate Releaseintroducing WineSociety from the makers of dotloop Angela and Austin Allison – Press Release

WineSociety from Angela and Austin Allison creators of dotloop

Tempt. Fate. and Chance. Come join http://www.WineSociety.com

From Napa to Cincinnati, with Love:

WineSociety.com

angela and austin allison WineSociety in Cincinnati Business Courier

Wine World, meet The Milennials. And She’s In Charge.

Angela and Austin Allison and a Napa-based e-com winery, from the creators of dotloop. California-based, Midwest-raised couple sold last venture to Zillow for $118 million. Launching this spring, from offices in Napa and Cincinnati, pre-sale open now.

angela and austin allison creators of WineSociety

Angela and Austin Allison, creators of dotloop, are launching http://www.WineSociety.com this spring.

[CINCINNATI, Ohio, and NAPA VALLEY, California ~ April 20, 2018] While building their first Cincinnati-based company, dotloop, Angela and Austin Allison frequently travelled to and fro from San Francisco.

The Napa Valley wine culture quickly rubbed off on them – developing their passion for wine, and their desire to share this culture with the Midwest.

For their third act, in an enterprise led by Angela, this Millennial couple with indomitable entrepreneurial roots is now unveiling WineSociety, with offices in the Napa Valley and Cincinnati.

Napa’s newest winemaker will be unleashing a rush of tasty, premium California wines that will be available on shelves and online, with free shipping.

Our mission is simple,” says Angela, CEO and Co-Founder of WineSociety.

We want to bring premium wine, at approachable prices, in simple packaging, which is more practical than glass bottles and corks. The future is Cans!”

Fate WineSociety from Angela and Austin Allison creators of dotloop

a little twist of Fate, brought to you by http://www.WineSociety.com

WineSociety is a Millennial couple’s solution to dated business models, such as the international wine industry.

Why, after all, can’t a wine lover get what they want, when they want it, the way they want it?

Tempting Fate, by Chance?

The answer: Premium California wine, made in the Napa Valley, featuring Tempt (Red), Fate (White Blend), and Chance (Rose Blend). WineSociety sells a nine-can case (500 ml cans) for $129, or $3.50 per glass, which includes Free Priority Shipping.

WineSociety is financially backed by the Allisons and several other prominent investors from Cincinnati and California. Many of those investors previously backed Austin’s prior companies including dotloop and rentl.com.

Interviews with Angela Allison, CEO and Co-Founder of WineSociety, are available immediately.

WineSociety keeps a lively conversation active on Instagram at @WineSocietyLife. The WineSociety Mazda will be in action this weekend at the Global Mazda MX-5 Cup in Birmingham.

The Co-Founder and Chairman of WineSociety, Mr. Allison, will be piloting the No 44 WineSociety Mazda during his second professional race.

WineSociety will become a household name, like dotloop and our parent company, Zillow, have become in real estate,” says Angela.

Wine doesn’t have to be complex, or expensive, to be simply amazing. It doesn’t even have to be in a bottle!

Contact: WineSociety CEO Angela Allison angela@winesociety.com
Press: andy@andyhemmer.com (513) 604-5428 (txt-friendly)

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Natalie FlyGirl Kelley: on WCPO-TV Channel 9 (ABC in #Cincinnati) with Reporter Paola Suro, Good Morning Tri-State ~ thx @PaolaSNews and @WCPO

Posted in FlyGirl Kelley with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on 03/27/2018 by @CincinnatiPR

 

 

 

A FAMILY OF FLIGHT: Natalie Kelley of Cincinnati, aka FlyGirl Kelley, launches #FemaleEmpowerment Brand, scholarship and website, offering aviation gear and opportunities for female pilots

Posted in FlyGirl Kelley with tags , , , , , , on 03/15/2018 by @CincinnatiPR
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Natalie Kelley

FlyGirl Kelley Takes Flight

Pilot, Mom, Entrepreneur Natalie Kelley was born into a Family of Flight. With launch of $5,000 scholarship, website and motivational brand, she seeks to inspire.

First $5,000 scholarship for female pilots at Sporty’s Academy.

#SecondAct for Mom: What to do, when all the kids are now in school?

Born in Tennessee, based in Cincinnati, probably in the air somewhere right now: FlyGirl Kelley.

[MARCH 15, 2018] As a proud mother of three young boys, Natalie Kelley has displayed courage, intelligence, character and cunning. She is, of course, still the head of this East Side Cincinnati household, in charge of academics, athletics, hunting, bros and girlfriends.

For her #secondact, however, Kelley, 44, was looking for something completely different. Natalie 2.0, as it were.

Something more entrepreneurial. An enterprise that could lift the soul, perhaps, and incorporate her first love: flying.

Now a licensed General Aviation pilot, Kelley has literally, metaphorically, spiritually and in totality taken flight.

The founder and CEO of FlyGirl LLC today unveils her flagship website, FlyGirlLLC.com, from which she is spreading a message of motivation and female empowerment, education, entrepreneurialism and opportunity.

I would love to talk about planes all day long; but in the bigger picture it is not just me, nor is FlyGirl just about the career-slash-industry of flying that has me motivated,” said Kelley.

This is about all women, everywhere, pursuing their dreams. I have experienced a rebirth, as do women of all ages, once you realize there really are no bounds to what we can achieve.”

For Starters: Fashion, Gear, and a $5,000 Scholarship for Female Pilots

A cornerstone of the new FlyGirl brand is a new $5,000 scholarship being offered exclusively to female pilots through a strategic partner of FlyGirl LLC, Sporty’s Academy, the world-renowned flight school in Batavia, Clermont County, where Kelley earned her first pilot’s license.

The FlyGirl LLC mission is to encourage and inspire women and young girls to open their hearts and minds to their potential and to help their dreams take flight.

“That is the message. And never, ever give up on your dreams taking flight!”

Kelley arrived in Cincinnati a decade ago when her husband, Shawn Kelley, was named Managing Partner of the Cincinnati and Dayton offices of the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. They settled in Montgomery, fielded their sons to Sycamore High School, Moeller High School and All Saints School, and now Ms. Kelley is looking to blaze her own trail.

Natalie Kelley of FlyGirl Kelley and her uncle Robert Langford Red Thunder aerobatics pilot in Nashville

Former U.S. Army parachutist Robert Langford earned his Pilot’s License using the G.I. Bill and now flies aerobatics for Red Thunder of Nashville.

A native of Nashville, Ms. Kelley grew up in a family devoted to flight, with a father flying P-3s during the Cold War and her uncle, Robert Langford, a former U.S. Army parachutist who used the G.I. Bill to earn his license as a pilot. Uncle Robert continues to be an aerobatic pilot at the age of 76.

Beginning around age 9, she spent many years in the cockpit besides Uncle Robert, who now flies for the Red Thunder aerial acrobatics team based in Nashville.

Her father, Larry Fiser, earned his U.S. Navy wings in 1971 and set about the world hunting Soviet subs during the Cold War.

Natalie Kelley aka FlyGirl Kelley and father Larry Fiser US Navy Pilot

Former U.S. Navy Pilot Larry Fiser with his daughter Natalie FlyGirl Kelley in Nashville.

 

 

His advice to his daughter: “The training is hard, and you probably will get tired of all the training hours and regimented training,” says Mr. Fiser, still living in Charlotte, Tennessee, about an hour west of Nashville.

It is hard, but you really need to know the basics of the airplane, the basics of aerobatics, if you really want to be proficient as a pilot,” Mr. Fiser said.

US Navy Pilot Larry Fiser, father of Natalie FlyGirl Kelley

U.S. Navy Pilot Larry Fiser, father of Natalie FlyGirl Kelley

 

FlyGirl Kelley plans to spread her message through speaking engagements, school and community outreach programs, and good old-fashioned industry networking to reach women and girls “regardless of their age.”

A Family of Flight: from Nashville to Cincinnati to Points Known and Unknown

So what is the best advice she remembers?

Uncle Robert always told me to keep my eyes on the outside. He was really glad that I had to learn flying by using paper charts. I think maybe he thought I was learning by using all the gadgets.

And while I do like the gadgets – I fly with two iPads and my phone – I can always still hear Uncle Robert, in the back of my mind, reminding me over and over again, to keep your eyes on the outside.”

The $5,000 FlyGirl scholarship has been organized through Sporty’s Academy on Sporty’s Drive in Clermont County.

The deadline for scholarship entries is April 15. Applications are to be sent to Eric Radtke at Sporty’s at (513) 735-9100 (ext. 352) or by e-mail at eradtke@sportys.com.

Applications will be reviewed by committee and finalists will be invited to interview with Kelley.

Funds will be disbursed to Sporty’s on behalf of the recipient on a pre-determined schedule to be used during the 2018 calendar year for flight training at Sporty’s. For more information, please visit this link on the Sporty’s website: https://sportysacademy.com/flygirl/.

FlyGirl LLC is also a fashion destination: aviation gear for the female pilot is available on the website.

A speaking engagement bureau is being organized.

And at age 44, FlyGirl Kelley is just getting started.

Becoming a pilot has been a tremendous accomplishment and has further inspired me, and with that, I am hoping to provide, perhaps even the smallest encouragement, to maybe a young girl, a young woman who is dreaming about being a pilot or possibly pursuing some other aspiration: Go for it!”

For media inquires, please contact Andy Hemmer at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.

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Contact:

Natalie Kelley

nataliekelley1@gmail.com

Bill Hemmer @FOXNews is #OneLuckyGuy on @OutnumberedFNC with cohorts @HarrisFaulkner @SandraASmith @MelissaAFrancis @LisaMarieBoothe

Posted in FOX News with tags , , , , , , , on 02/13/2018 by @CincinnatiPR

 

50 DAYS AND COUNTING: follow @MattBrennanEverest on #Facebook ~ The Quest for Mount Everest launches March 25, 2018, 50 days from today ~ anticipated summit six weeks later for Cincinnati businessman, tackling the greatest of the world’s Seven Summits

Posted in Matt Brennan and Mount Everest with tags , , , , , , , , on 02/03/2018 by @CincinnatiPR
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….. that’s Matt on top of Denali.

THE COUNTDOWN IS ON: 50 Days from today, Saturday, February 3, 2018, Matt Brennan of Cincinnati launches his trek up Mount Everest on March 25, 2018.

Follow Matt on Facebook at @MattBrennanEverest and on Twitter at @CincinnatiPR and/or @CinCenterAutism.

Born in Columbus and adopted by The City of Cincinnati, Matt Brennan is the owner of Loveland Excavating and Paving Inc.

His personal challenge to summit seven of the world’s tallest peaks was recently chronicled on WCPO-TV Channel 9:

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***introducing*** NEWSPAPERS ON VIDEO: first up, Primavista in The Sunday #Cincinnati @Enquirer

Posted in Primavista with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 01/10/2018 by @CincinnatiPR
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