Archive for 2008

Check out Wasabi Media Group’s new website, and be Parched No More

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

SAN MATEO, CA- Wasabi Media Group officially launches Parched No More (http://www.parchednomore.com). This San Mateo, California, online publishing company releases the ingredients of the Woo Woo while delivering a great many more ways to be truly Parched No More.

Get educated on which social lubricant to choose with Parched No More. There are reviews on beer, wines, liquors, and restaurants. Parched No More shows their viewers, ‘Woo Woo’ is not only the sound a train makes but also a delicious vodka drink. Check out the list of mixed drinks for many others, which includes the Crabby Mary, a Sidecar, and more. There aren’t too many people who know what type of martini is fit for a Jack O’Lantern, but Parched No More has uncovered this tasty mystery as well.

“Parched No More was created to complement our food and cooking website, Tasty Thoughts,” said Michele Pesula Kuegler, Director of Content at Wasabi Media Group. Some of the reviews even suggest what is best to eat along with each drink. Wash down a bite of perch with a bottle of Tire Bite Golden Ale, for example.

Not sure where to enjoy a few drinks in a relaxing atmosphere? Parched No More is the answer. According to Michele, “With the increase in popularity of martini bars, microbrews, and wine vacations, it was the perfect addition to our family of topic specific online publications.”

Wasabi Media Group is searching every corner and turning over new stones in their constant search of alcoholic beverages to ensure no one is ever parched again. Take advantage and get to Parched No More right now, and discover how to Chugga, Chugga, Woo, Woo!

For more information about Parched No More, go to http://www.parchednomore.com or contact Michele Pesula Kuegler at michele@wasabimediagroup.com

New online publication provides eco-friendly articles and information

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

SAN MATEO, CA- Wasabi Media Group, an online publishing company based in San Mateo, California, announced the launch of Be Green Info. (http://www.begreeninfo.com). This website and blog provides expert- and user-generated articles on topics, such as recycling and environmentally-friendly household hints.

With increasing interests in caring for our planet, people are looking for ideas, both simple and complex, to help. Aiding readers by providing suggestions, Be Green Info fills the ecology niche within Wasabi Media Group.

“Be Green Info is a timely resource, amidst recent events, such as increasing prices of oil,” said Michele Pesula Kuegler, Director of Content at Wasabi Media Group

For more information about Be Green Info, go to http://www.begreeninfo.com or contact Michele Pesula at michele@wasabimediagroup.com

New website provides expert- and user-generated articles for home and garden enthusiasts

Friday, July 11th, 2008

SAN MATEO, CA- Wasabi Media Group, an online publishing company based in San Mateo, California, announced the launch of Little Bit of Green (http://www.littlebitofgreen.com). This website and blog publishes timely expert- and user-generated articles on subjects such as flowers, landscaping, vegetable gardens, and home projects.

As more people are staying home to reduce money spent on surging gas prices, they are turning to projects for their homes. Filling the niche of do-it-yourself projects, Little Bit of Green offers ideas for updating or redesigning your outdoor areas.

“Little Bit of Green is the newest website in our development of topic-specific online resources,” said Michele Pesula, Director of Content at Wasabi Media Group. “With other house and home subjects covered, such as cooking (http://www.tastythoughts.info) and parenting (http://www.yourparentinginfo.com), this website offers another dimension in the home genre for our readers.

For more information about Little Bit of Green, go to http://www.littlebitofgreen.com or contact Michele Pesula at michele@wasabimediagroup.com

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