Favorite Hits of the Week – September 21

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Our amazing Bolt Bulldogs are constantly securing great press placements on behalf of our clients every week, and we want to showcase some of our favorites. With hits like the Oprah Magazine last week and Hollywood Life this week, we could not be more proud of our team! Here are just a few of this week’s favorite hits:

SIX fitness brand was featured in Hollywood Life 














The owner of SIX the fitness studio designed to incorporate both fitness and wellness and located in Irvine, California, shared her expert knowledge with Hollywood Life about debunking fitness and diet myths along with how to lose weight and keep it off for fall. Some of our favorite myths that Orshi McNaughton debunked include: exercising on an empty stomach burns more fat, cardio is more effective for weight loss than weights, and if you exercise enough, then you can eat anything you want.

Shout out to our Orange County public relations team for landing this great hit!

VIRginia International Raceway was featured in The Gazette-Virginia


This Saturday, racing fans will be pouring into the VIRginia International Raceway for this year’s American Racing Legends Charity Pro-Am Presented by Racer Magazine. Big-time race car driver, Jeb Burton, was interviewed by The Gazette-Virginia about the big race this weekend and he exclaimed how excited he is to meet and compete against some great racing legends. Along with being a fun event, it is also an event that will benefit the IGNITE program, which is the Autism Society of North Carolina’s community center for young adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s syndrome.

We are so proud to be a part of this amazing event and shout out to our North Carolina public relations team for securing this great feature!


Shannon Thomas was featured in Romper


Author and award-winning therapist, Shannon Thomas, was quoted in an article in Romper about the  7 Creepy Things Your Mother Should Never Do.  Shannon Thomas touches on the subject of mother’s interfering with their child’s professional life. Shannon Thomas stated that “your mom might attempt to reach out to coworkers or your boss because that’s what they would’ve done when you were a teenager. Your friends, teachers, and coaches all might have known her just as they knew you, so she’s operating in the same way now.”

Shout out to our Dallas public relationsteam for securing so many great hits for this client!


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