An exciting Logo Launch Party took place last week in honor of Family Concierge and More.... a New Canaan, CT-based customized concierge firm.

Online PR News – 04-June-2011 – – New Canaan, CT – Family Concierge and More… a customized concierge service, had its new logo launched by New Canaan residents Pamela Tobiason and Diana Lee on May 26. The Logo Launch Party was held at The Summer House on Forest St, courtesy of owner Tyler Taylor and was a huge success. Over 50 people attended including Rob Mallozzi and Paul Giusti, Republican candidates for First Selectman in New Canaan.

“Congrats to Diana and Pamela for starting a new business in our town!” says Rob Mallozzi who, along with the attendees, enjoyed the party’s signature drink of “Pineapple Mimosa,” in keeping with Family Concierge and More…’s new pineapple logo design.

Paul Giusti was one of five raffle winners of exquisite items from The Summer House collection. Catering by Stamford-based Karen Harvey Catering received rave reviews from the guests. New Canaan’s John Brantley Hooks, IV, New Media consultant and Founder/Chief Content Officer of the Wealthy Women’s Resource Guide Network offered a toast in honor of Pamela and Diana.

“This logo launch was a milestone in the evolution of our company and an important “branding” moment,” says Pamela Tobiason.

Tobiason and Lee, both long-time New Canaan residents with professional backgrounds in finance, law, health and education, launched Family Concierge and More… in 2010 in response to their clients’ cry of: “Not enough time!”

Identifying, assisting and managing the “business” of family life, their year old company helps mothers at home who manage busy family lifestyles, working mothers and dads and busy Manhattan executives, overwhelmed with the responsibilities of work, children, aging parents, moving and more. Family Concierge and More…identifies the services and resources clients need to tackle such diverse tasks as identifying college consultants, finding tutoring, helping to handle all the transition items in a divorce, helping elderly parents in their homes, cataloging collections from art to sports memorabilia, finding a unique summer camp experience for a ten year old and even facilitating cultural exchange with counterparts from China to Brazil and India.

“People are often dealing with these issues simultaneously,” says Diana. “What we can provide is highly personal, totally confidential support. We identify outstanding service providers and our rates are surprisingly reasonable."

Both women agree that they wish they had had a similar service when they were busy trying to juggle careers and families and with Family Concierge and More… they tried to design something that they themselves would have loved and would have used in a heartbeat. Who wouldn’t want the “luxury of time”?

For more information visit www.familyconciergeandmore.com or call 203-856-9518