Creative Solutions

We offer customized, creative PR and marketing solutions for businesses like yours. When you’re seeking to grow and reach your target audience, contact RubyStone PR & Marketing.

Reach out to us today to learn how we can help you with print and digital marketing services or PR and media relations.

Book a personalized consultation and tell us about your goals. We offer:

  • Website Design
  • Website Content (Blogs, SEO)
  • Social Media
  • Graphic Design (Logos, Brochures, Flyers, Newsletters)
  • Media Relations (Press Releases, Media Inquires, Articles)
  • Speech Writing
  • Copy Writing
  • Publishing (Writing, Editing, Design, Print Production)
  • Strategy

To learn more, contact us or call 404-542-5800.



Owner Mindy Rubenstein utilizes a combination of creativity, passion and intuition to help guide business owners and individuals, from simple logo creation to complex marketing and media strategy.

She has worked as a journalist and editor for print and online publications for 18 years, interviewing business owners and community leaders and telling their stories.

She served as a communications manager for a health care company with 16,000 employees, received a national journalism award for her Faith and Motion series at the Tampa Bay Times, and publishes a printed and online magazine for women.


In 2014, Rubenstein founded Nishei, leading a team of volunteer writers, editors and designers throughout the publishing process.

Hebrew for “women of…” Nishei’s sections include Torah Insights, Kosher Cooking, Relationships, Home & Garden, Poetic Perspectives, Land of Israel, Health & Healing, as well as Reflections, personal essays on growth and emunah (faith).

Contact RubyStone PR & Marketing to discuss your goals.

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“Working with Mrs. Rubenstein gave me a new appreciation for writing — that it could be really enjoyable.” — M.H., high school freshman

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