NEW YORK, April 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR) has announced new client wins including Greencard Creative, Brian Cuban, and Contemporary Art Collection, the firm's president Richard Rubenstein announced today.
Greencard Creative is a New York City-based branding, strategy and design firm and WBE (Women Business Enterprise). Greencard Creative was founded by Tatiana Pages, a brand visionary with unique expertise in the Latin America and U.S. markets. Through in-depth research, Greencard Creative looks at human behavior and uncovers key consumer insights to help build global brand movements. Greencard Creative has worked with notable clients and brands including Smirnoff Ice, Pepsico/Ocean Spray, Heineken, Diageo, Petit Nectars, Gallo Winery, Johnson & Johnson, Bayer, Frito Lay, Campbell's, and the Country of Ecuador. For more information, visit www.greencardcreative.com.
Brian Cuban is a lawyer and activist specializing in 1 st Amendment issues and hate speech. Based in Dallas, Texas, he is also the segment host for " Brian Cuban's Legal Briefs" on EyeOpenerTV, a morning show syndicated in Houston, Dallas, Miami, Philadelphia and Portland, OR, and founder of his blog, The Cuban Revolution. Cuban has battled Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) for more than 30 years and shares his experiences in Shattered Image, a book containing a series of anecdotes addressing the steps Cuban took to crawl out of the abyss of BDD. For more information, visit www.briancuban.com .
Contemporary Art Collection specializes in the strategic purchase of contemporary artworks. Utilizing the insider's expertise and working with museums and galleries, the company seeks to create a collection that is poised for long-term capital appreciation. Contemporary Art Collection encourages professional investors to diversify into this new class of investment with peace of mind. The company allows investors, who may have heard of the investment potential of an art purchase, to take advantage of the potential upside of investing in contemporary artworks without having to have any insider's knowledge of the industry.