From The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival to a pop-up art gallery in Mexico, check out this roundup of some great coverage our team has secured for our rockstar clients over the past few weeks:

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews was featured in the US Hispanic publication Hola Ciudad! The piece mentions the Golden Robin and Golden Brew-Off Award-winners and also highlights Red Robin’s participation at The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival.

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews also received some coverage in Latina Magazine’s “The Latin Kitchen”, for their Golden Robin Award-winning burger, The 305 Burger, which was featured at the Heineken Light Burger Bash during the The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival. The mention highlights the recipe of The 305 Burger, which was created by Florida International University (FIU) student, Given Suman, Red Robin’s Golden Robin Award winner.











This month BeerBoard was featured in Food & Beverage Magazine as it released its latest Pour Report, providing insights into the strongest performers and trending beer styles from Q4 2016 (October, November, December) as compared to the same period in 2015.









Grand Hyatt Playa Del Carmen Resort

The Grand Hyatt Playa del Carmen Resort in Quintana Roo, Mexico, was featured in Travel Agent Central for announcing their partnership with TerrinArt to create a pop-up gallery at the resort. The gallery will display six paintings by Belgian artist and Playa del Carmen ex-pat Peter Terrin.







Gulliver Schools

Gulliver received a mention in the Miami Herald last Friday for the hiring of their new volleyball coach, Alan Obrador.

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Setting the Tone in Little Havana

RockOrange is at the forefront of a cultural and creative resurgence, and it’s all taking place within blocks of our new home in Miami’s Little Havana. Just months following our move to a 17,000-square-foot creative campus in the heart of the historic neighborhood, we unveiled a new street art mural by local artist Daniel Fila, better known as Krave, setting the visual tone for the new “LiHa.”


Little Havana has seen a recent rise to prominence led by increased commercial and residential development, a thriving arts scene, cuisine and nightlife.

Our agency founders Miguel Piedra and David Naranjo, both Miami natives, had headquartered in the corporate suites of Blue Lagoon during the agency’s first three years (RockOrange was formed in 2013). The pair of Cuban-Americans, both raised in Miami, moved their headquarters to the area in 2016.

Last week, Krave, Miguel and David held a Facebook Live event showing everyone around the new jewel of LiHa. Check it out:

The mural, adorning the side of RockOrange’s headquarters, is a unique work of art reflecting the culture of a uniquely American area using familiar imagery: a Miami Metro Mover; a cigar-smoking gentleman wearing a panama hat; the renowned Cuban-America salsa performer, Celia Cruz; and Krave’s signature character, The Fresh Monkey. In a city where all neighborhoods come to be known by nicknames, six-foot-tall letters span the top of the mural spell out the word “LiHa,” cementing Little Havana’s new moniker.

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