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Magyar Marketing Newsletter #91

Széchenyi Lánchíd Budapest, Hungary
Széchenyi Lánchíd Budapest, Hungary

March 2014

This newsletter is a little early because I wanted to give you one last chance to order before we left on our trip. We are visiting Hungary from March 3-April 5th so we will not be shipping any orders until the week of April 7th. But if you place your order by Friday, February 28, 2014 I will do my best to get it out the door before I leave!

Follow MagyarMarketing on Instagram if you would like to see photos as we travel. It isn’t hard to register but I think you need to do it on a smart phone first and then you can log in on your computer after you set up your account. My traveling companions will be using this hashtag: #mmhungary2014 so you can check for all of the photos. We will have a variety of viewpoints with four people posting. My guess is Hannah (17) will be posting many photos of coffee and fabulous Hungarian desserts! I am not sure what Elizabeth (19) will post but she has a great eye so you will surely enjoy her view! I will do some scenic shots but I also hope to catch some artisans at work and I will probably have my fair share of manhole covers in the lineup! Vicki (my Bolla cousin) will also lend her unique perspective. We will traveling to both small villages and bigger cities so there will quite a variety of subject matter. I think each of us will be posting some favorite photos from our trip once we return so if you aren’t on Instagram, don’t panic!

While we are in Hungary we will be visiting with a couple of tour companies to discuss the possibility of coordinating tours again. If you would like to be kept informed of these discussions and developments, please send me an email at with TOURS in the subject line. We already have quite a list of interested folks. Thank you to everyone who has responded thus far.

We recently had an opportunity to explore a couple of Hungarian spots in Connecticut…read more here. We enjoy visiting Hungarian restaurants, meat markets, and bakeries and I would encourage you to be supportive of those businesses as well as local Hungarian clubs, churches, and meet-ups if you are fortunate to have them nearby. They work hard to keep the Hungarian culture alive in the U.S. for future generations! Please get involved!

Hungarian Cooking Classes are offered at the Hungarian American Cultural Center at 26257 Goddard in Taylor, MI 48180. The revised dates are March 22, March 29, and April 26 from 9am-2pm. Everyone learns valuable techniques, cooks, eats a fabulous lunch, and takes home leftovers. The cost of each class is $35. Contact for more information on what’s cooking on those dates!

There seems to be quite a few opportunities to hear wonderful music by Hungarian musicians touring the U.S. Here is a link to the Kalman Balogh Tour — be sure to check out their performance dates!

If you know someone excited about their Hungarian heritage, please let them know about Magyar Marketing!

To view our newsletter from February, click here

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Minden jót! Wishing you all the best!

The Magyar Marketing Team
Liz, Don, 
Lauren, Landon, Elizabeth and Hannah


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