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Tricia Robbins

Community Advisor

Tricia is an accomplished, results-driven marketing and public relations consultant with over 20 years' professional experience. As founder of PR2 Public Relations she has spent the past five years assisting small businesses in creating strategic marketing plans to garner publicity and promotion that directly increases sales. By working one on one with each client, she ensures her dedication, commitment and passion that successfully markets every unique business. Tricia's experience includes a number of high level marketing positions. As Director of Marketing for General Growth Properties, one of the largest shopping mall developers in the nation, she managed and successfully marketed programs in 42 states. Prior to her role in corporate marketing she was the Associate Director of Public Relations at the CW Post campus of L.I.U. where she was in charge of all internal and external communication. She also spent three years as a journalist and as Editor at Anton Community Newspapers, a chain of 20 local newspapers across Long Island. Tricia is a member of the Professional Women of Westchester, the Public Relations Society of America, the Hudson Barter Exchange and the Ossining Chamber of Commerce. Tricia lives in Briarcliff Manor with her husband and three young children.

Tricia Robbins's Contributions

  1. Hudson Barter Group Has Networking Event At Ossining's Mike Risko Music

    Hudson Barter Group Has Networking Event At Ossining's Mike Risko Music

    OSSINING, N.Y. – More than 75 area business owners participated in a recent networking event at the Mike Risko Music School in Ossining. The event, sponsored by the Hudson Barter Exchange, featured opportunities to exchange business cards while listening to live music, according to a press release. The Hudson Barter Exchange hosts three major business networking events each ...

  2. Ossining High School Juniors Honored With Young Naturalist Awards

    Ossining High School Juniors Honored With Young Naturalist Awards

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- Four Ossining High School juniors were selected for the Young Naturalist Award by the American Museum of Natural History for outstanding research on environmental and animal studies. Kimberly Badger and Soon Il Higashino were named among eight national finalists. Badger is investigating woodpeckers in various locations in New York City, and Il Higashino is researching ...

  3. Torview in Ossining Celebrates 58th Summer Season

    Torview in Ossining Celebrates 58th Summer Season

    OSSINING, N.Y. – The Torview Swim and Tennis Club, which will celebrate its 58th season this summer, is currently accepting new memberships. Starting this season, all local volunteer firefighters and EMTs will receive a $350 discount off the one-time initiation fee. Torview has 13 acres for kids to explore, a pristine 25-meter pool complete with diving boards and a kiddie pool, ...

  4. Ossining Cafe Honored By General Mills For Shrimp Etoufee

    Ossining Cafe Honored By General Mills For Shrimp Etoufee

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- Ossining's Wobble Cafe has some of the best food in the country, at least according to General Mills. On Wednesday, Beylka Krupp, owner of Wobble Cafe, at 21 Campwoods Road, was honored with a $10,000 check by General Mills Foodservice for being a finalist in the Neighborhood to Nation for her shrimp etoufee over cornbread recipe. General Mills asked neighborhood ...

  5. Business Owners (And Married Couple) Rock It With 20 Years In Ossining

    Business Owners (And Married Couple) Rock It With 20 Years In Ossining

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- For 20 years, the Riskos have been a mainstay in the Ossining community. Mike and Miriam Risko, who run Mike Risko Music School and Store, will be celebrating 20 years with a performance by the Mike Risko Band at Maya Riveria Bar and Restaurant in Briarcliff Manor on Saturday from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. There is no cover charge for the performance. Saturday is also the ...

  6. Residents Grateful Storm Falls Short Of Predictions In Northern Westchester

    Residents Grateful Storm Falls Short Of Predictions In Northern Westchester

    PEEKSKILL, N.Y. -- For many in Northern Westchester and Putnam, the latest snowstorm was nothing more than a glorified fire drill. "'I'm very happy with the way it worked out," said Peekskill Mayor Frank Catalina, whose city received 3 to 6 inches. "We missed it by 50 miles." Catalina said the city was preparing for a once-in-a-lifetime snowstorm but that Friday's snowstorm ended up ...

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