Site Features Articles with a Celebrity Angle
TRCB, also known as The Red Carpet Broadcast, features articles with a celebrity angle or entertainment angle, making it an appropriate venue for Ed Safdie and his company, which catered to many celebrity guests.
(WEST PALM BEACH, FL) JUNE 8, 2014 –In the past few weeks, the Edward J. Safdie group has created accounts on numerous websites to enhance its online portfolio and spread awareness about the company and its owner, entrepreneur and author Edward Safdie. The group is happy to announce the creation of a new account on TRCB.com. TRCB stands for The Red Carpet Broadcast, and the site features articles from many guest authors. Content on the site tends to focus on celebrities, movies, television, music and other entertainment themes, making the site a great outlet for the Safdie group to publicize itself, as the company served many celebrity guests during its heyday, including prominent supermodels, filmmakers, actresses, actors, musicians and other prominent figures, including political figures, heads of state, business leaders and others. The group had spa properties across America and overseas, as well as commercial properties, residential properties and other real estate assets.
Company’s Spa Properties Hosted Many Celebs
During its prime years in the 1980s and 1990s, the Ed Safdie group became a well-known force in real estate, purchasing and developing properties across the country, including assets in Texas, California, North Carolina, Connecticut and New York. The company attracted the most attention with its acclaimed and highly touted spa properties, which catered to high-end guests. Owner Ed Safdie helped spread word about his company’s spas with the publication of two books about the spa cuisine served at two of the company’s spas. His first spa cookbook, called “Spa Food: Menus & Recipes from the Sonoma Mission Inn,” came out in 1985, and informed many people about the healthy and low-calorie food served at spas that have made these spots popular among people who want to lose weight. Ed Safdie author published his second cookbook in 1990.
Many prominent magazines highlighted Ed Safdie spas and Mr. Safdie after the publication of these books.
Visit Ed Safdie’s page on trcb.com here.