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Archive for November, 2012

Entertainment PR firm of the Year.

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 13, 2012

In the last 6 years, LCO has won Entertainment PR Firm of the Year 4 times:

2006

2009

2011

2012

We can’t wait until next year!

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Enjoy these photos from Patrick Shen’s screening of ‘La Source’ at the Landmark Theater on Thursday, November 8th!

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 13, 2012

(To See More Photos Click on the Picture Above)

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Why be an LCO client? For the many great benefits, of course.

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 9, 2012

Being an LCO client brings with it many benefits, these are just a few:

1. Experience:For 29 years (since June 1, 1983) LCO has remained one of the country’s most prominent entertainment PR firms in the world. We have represented 58 Academy Award winners, 40 New York Times best sellers and 34 Grammy Award winners. Gives LCO a unique experience that few firms can even begin to approach.

2. Passion: Our culture is vivid: we draw blood for our clients’ passion level but again very few can match. Working tirelessly on behalf of our client is our motto and demonstrated strength.

3. Focus: Our approach has always been ready, aim, fire with a tremendous emphasis on strategic focus. We are not interested in creating a scrap-book for our clients but instead making real, discernible, measurable progressive to their victory.

4. Results: In countless case studios our firm has constantly out-performed our competition often by 3 or 4 times to 1. A great deal of our success over nearly 3 decades has involved delivering solid, strong, measurable results.

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Take a look at these employee motivation tips from Dr. Bob Nelson in the Global Delivery Report.

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 9, 2012

Meeting the Challenge of Motivating Remote Teams

By: Ann All

Dr. Bob Nelson

1. Personally thank employees for doing a good job — one on one, in writing, or both. Do it timely, often and sincerely. (It’s a good idea for managers to meet with front-line workers, not just other managers, during on-site visits. Nelson noted that when Intel founder Andy Grove visited Intel workplaces, he’d host open meetings in the cafeteria.)

To read the rest of these tips, click on picture above.

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NutriFit’s Mighty Munch Mix receives great review in The Experience.

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 8, 2012

NutriFit, ‘Mighty Munch Mix’, excellent high energy snack.

article by by Erwin Glaub

NutriFit, the healthy food company that delivers nutritious, fully prepared meals featuring fresh, all natural and preservative-free ingredients, offers a delicious, high-energy snack called the ‘Mighty Munch Mix.” Made with dark chocolate, almonds, sun-dried cranberries, dried pineapple and roasted corn kernels, the 100% natural, high in fiber and delicious treat is the perfect mix for anyone’s active lifestyle. Created by NutriFit Founding Director and Executive Chef Jackie Keller, ‘Mighty Munch Mix’ joins the Mighty Family line of deliciously healthy bars and mixes and comes in at under 175 calories.

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Randy Rhoads Biographer Sheds Light on the Man Behind the Myth

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 8, 2012

“This year marked the 30th anniversary of the passing of guitar maestro Randy Rhoads.
The Southern Californian might have died in a tragic plane accident at the age of 25, but his mark on the music world is irrefutable…”

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Tony Nakhla gives winter skin care tips in Yahoo! Shine.

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 7, 2012

Article by 

Doctor’s Advice:

  •  High humidity is good for dry skin types. Less frequent moisturizing is required, especially for acne-prone skin, which can breakout more frequently in this climate. A UV protective product should be used daily to beat the hot Southeast sun.
  • Skin Care Tips – Southeast: Argan oil could be your answer. It’s great for all skin types from dry to oily, so it should get you through winter. It’s great for fly-aways, too! Wear SPF daily and don’t forget to apply it to your hands. Keep oil blotting tissues on hand for mid-day shine on humid days.

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Mary Amons on ABC8 ‘Let’s Talk Live’

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 7, 2012

 

 

Mary Amons from “The Real Housewives of D.C.” talked to Natasha and Melanie about charities, parenting, and the future of the Real Housewives franchise.

Check out the interview on: www.wjla.com

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Tito Ortiz, “Bad Boy of Huntington Beach” and MMA Hall of Famer, Just Says No to Bullying in the ‘The Orange County Register’

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 5, 2012

Using mixed martial artists seemed a good way to bring home a message to Huntington Beach High students about the dangers and impacts of bullying.

They’re famous. They’re big. They command attention. But most importantly, they’ve been bullied themselves.

Fighters Tito Ortiz and Rob McCullough, both from Huntington Beach, talked to students Tuesday at the high school as part of Santa Ana-based LA Boxing’s anti-bullying campaign.

 

 

 

(Tito Ortiz)

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TVMEGASITE.COM Interviews Parker Stevenson

Posted by Levine Communications Office on November 5, 2012

How and when did you get started as a photographer?

P. Stevenson: I started as young as I could hold up a Kodak Brownie, probably 5 or 6 years old, and ran around shooting everything.  No one was safe, not even my sister, the pets, or the neighbors. By age 14, I was shooting weddings– although, in hindsight, it probably wasn’t such a good idea entrusting someone that young to document those kind of important life moments.

Was there any link between that and your acting career?

P. Stevenson: I grew up in the suburbs outside of New York Citand began acting  because it was a way to find some independence, taking all the trips into the city for auditions. What I discovered in the process was the advertising world, not only all the billboard images that flashed by on the train station platforms as I went by, but also the ad agencies themselves. It was a chance to peek into the real life world of “Mad Men”, and I was fascinated by how images could move us, whether to yearn for a product or to see something we’d never seen before.

 

(Parker Stevenson)

(To read more, click on the picture above.)

 

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