As principal of Gemini Public Relations, a boutique agency based out of Toronto, Pam imparts her expertise in entertainment, lifestyle, consumer goods and technology into her posts, sharing her perspective on the latest trends. Growing up in Edmonton and admittedly reading nothing but gossip magazines throughout her schooling, Pam knew she needed to find a place for herself in the Canadian entertainment landscape.
Following her twin sister to Ontario, she found her first job working at a small agency with clients like Paramount Home Entertainment and the Olsen Twins. From there she went on to work for a highly reputable agency with clients such as Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Xbox and L’Oreal before leaving to form her own company. Pam admits that she still reads every gossip magazine, but has recently added wedding and home renovation publications to her repertoire as she plans her wedding in Banff, Alberta and begins to build a new house.
Are destination weddings actually easier to plan? I've done some research, and it appears there really is no cut-and-dried answer; it depends on the location, your proximity to that location and your luck.
Whether or not you're a shopaholic, there's nothing like the rush that comes with discovering a truly fantastic pop-up store. Over the years pop-up stores have been appearing with increasing frequency all over Canadian cities, especially during the fall and well into the holiday gift-giving season.