“Parents are often overprotective in counseling their daughters while growing up at home and school,” said Author Keith Hudson, Denver, Colorado, who penned the newly released book entitled “A Letter To My Daughters.”
Hudson has hired MAYO Communications, Los Angeles, to distribute messages in the book he says are the necessary, hard-hitting, current and must-have answers to raising a teenage daughter in these most challenging and troubled times. Hudson says this is the perfect gift under the tree this holiday seasons for all fathers of challenging teens.
Meanwhile, University of Southern California (USC) has retained MAYO Communications for media relations work. USC – widely recognized as one of the nation’s top research universities with highly respected programs in law, business, medicine, film and, yes, football – has yet another feather to place in its cap. According to a new study released this month, USC is responsible for $4 billion annually in economic activity in Los Angeles County alone. MAYO will be doing media relations this month with mainstream business media. The University is also the City of Los Angeles’ largest private employer, providing jobs for 26,446 people during the last fiscal year. In addition, USC’s economy activity in turn produced another 16,318 non-USC jobs in the regional economy. The study, released today, shows that USC in FY 2005-2006 injected $1.86 billion in total direct spending into the economy with an estimated additional indirect and induced output from the University of more than $2.14 billion in Los Angeles County.
And Spiritual Journalist and TV Anchor Margaret Wendt, Hollywood, has hired MAYO to produce an Interactive website for ecommerce to sell videos and articles about paranormal documentaries. Wendt is currently working with a network on a documentary on the Pope air in April. Wendt has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, E! Entertainment, CNN, and Larry King to name a few.
MAYO has also being retained by Swirl Films, Inc., North Carolina, for promotion of films and a recent TV Drama entitled “Grand Strand” that is about a struggling band. The pilot stars Aron Carter, Timothy Woodward Jr. and Brent Lovell. Ryan Cabrera guests stars with introduction of new music. A major TV production company will promote it in 95 countries.
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