Author Archives: Echo Surina

Echo Surina

About Echo Surina

Echo Surina is an award-winning writer whose articles appear in consumer and trade magazines nationwide. Through her boutique writing studio, Philanthropology LLC, she helps organizations differentiate themselves in the market by developing and articulating their message using strategic communications campaigns, including feature articles, direct-response copywriting, media outreach and more. A portion of profits is donated to help military personnel. She lives in the New York City area.

Luxury Residential Ship Allows People To Live And Work Onboard

Luxury Residential Ship Live And Work Onboard
September 1, 2010 by in Executive Lifestyle | Travel

You know what a cruise ship is — a small floating city packed with people, all-you-can-eat buffets, frosty umbrella drinks and a few families wearing matching T-shirts that say things like, “Thompson Family Reunion.” But have you heard of a “community at sea”? Imagine, if you will, a luxury community where residents have access to… Read More →

PetSmart: Pampered Pooches = Profits

PetSmart: Pets Hotel
December 15, 2008 by in AZ Business Magazine

PetSmart now has a new trick up its sleeve: five-star pet hotels. PetSmart, the largest chain of pet supply stores in the U.S., is undeniably a market force to be reckoned with. Pet parents have been pulling dog biscuits and kitty litter off PetSmart’s shelves since the company opened its doors in 1987. Since then,… Read More →

Homebuilders Refining Their Services

December 15, 2008 by in Blogs

In light of the economy’s condition, homebuilders are refining their services to meet the needs of their customers. The Valley’s housing market continues to ride real estate’s proverbial wave, sometimes enjoying the crest, and right now just trying to survive the trough. While the current down market isn’t good for homebuilders, it is providing homebuyers… Read More →

Cardiac Care Improves In Arizona

Cardiac care - AZ Business Magazine April 2008

Arizona’s health care industry evolves to meet population’s cardiac needs The risk of heart disease increases with age, and people are living longer. Fortunately, the disease’s mortality rate has decreased in the U.S. over the last several decades. Much progress has been made in cardiovascular care, and improved medical practices are encouraging. Arizona has exciting… Read More →

CB Richards Ellis Expands Its Definition Of Who It Considers A Client

CB Richard Ellis Service, AZ Business Magazine Oct/Nov 2006

And Service for All CB Richard Ellis expands its definition of who it considers a client—supreme service for which it stands   CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) is the world’s premier, full-service real estate services company. It has been providing real estate owners, investors and occupiers who represent an array of industries spanning the globe since… Read More →

Western Mountain Cuisine At Hidden Meadow Ranch

Summer Ranch House

Eat & Tell Western Mountain Cuisine at Hidden Meadow Ranch is a Best Kept Secret No More   Rustic and luxurious Hidden Meadow Ranch, located just outside of Greer, is a year round, five-star-quality ranch offering high-end cabin rentals and property for sale along with a handful of outdoor activities, most of which are closed… Read More →