We are definitely ready for 2009…
Everyone has asked me where we have been lately. Well, we have been busy improving our agency and trying to make it as recession proof as possible. We HAVE A NEW LOOK, a NEW ATTITUDE and a lot to say. We are giving great discounts to our e-subscribers on our products, services and entry into our events. I would like to PERSONALLY thank you for your support. We had a wonderful 2008 chock full of fantastic special events and public relations initiatives.
Our custom tailored events were very successful and our publicity efforts truly paid off.
We have worked with the Brazilian Government and several other great clients this past year. (How Cool is that?)
In closing, I would like to highlight the people who made us look good…literally! D’Angelo Van Michaels, Ronda Racha Penrice, Candace Paul, James Michael Dubois (How great a name is this?) L. Cardell Birchfield, Helen Varouhas, Stacy Mathios, super-interns and volunteers.
Without your support, we would not have been able to prosper in 2008.
Ivy K. Pendleton
2008 is FINALLY OVER! I am so ready for 2009. I hope through optimism everyone will have a successful year. We will post our Year In Review next week and you can an idea of how things worked out this year.
Ivy K. Pendleton, Publicist
As a result of all things gone wrong, it seems that our economy has met a downward spiral. The holidays are here and I asked myself, “Why is everyone so glum?”
I conducted a poll and here are my findings: Some people were uncertain about employment or were unemployed. Some were “broke” and could not purchase Christmas gifts or travel to be with family. Some were depressed because their loved ones were off at war, their businesses were failing and the list continues.
I always spend the month of December reflecting on the year. One of my favorite past times is watching every animated Christmas cartoon that I can before Christmas. I remember when Americans lived a modest lifestyle where family was important and people bought more of what they needed and less of what they wanted. Happiness is defined in a lot of different ways, but in my opinion if Americans spent more time being grateful for what they have and less envious about what they do not have then happiness will come automatically.
Christmas should have never been commercialized. I think the true spirit of Christmas is and will always prevail so be happy and be merry.
-Ivy K. Pendleton, Publicist
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