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African American Sports Publicist launches new firm

Posted by Admin On February - 20 - 2011

tamika_humphreyTamika Humphrey

 
Texas (BlackNews.com) — Longtime sports public relations specialist Tamika Humphrey has launched sport’s newest public relations firm, CEO Public Relations. The firm creates positive visibility for the athletes it represents, aiming to make the most of a professional athlete’s career both on and off their playing ground.
 
The company began in effort to help professional athletes mold and promote a positive image for themselves through media relations and social opportunities. After years of working with NFL and NBA players on their non-profit events and public relations; owner Tamika Humphrey proved herself as a trustworthy and fully connected to the business. Based in Texas, the company is now moving nationally, providing a full-service agency with individual attention to each of its clientele.
 
CEO Public Relations will provide:
* Full Service PR
(including consulting services)
* Media Relations
* Branding
* Biography Development
* Features
* Personal Public Appearances
* Autograph Signings
* Community Involvement Activities and Events
* Event Planning and much more
 
With the announcement of its national push, CEO Public Relations has lined up a number of clients including: Anthony Collins (Cincinnati Bengals) and non-profit organizations such as Lake Charles Tournament of Stars, an annual event that features a host of the NBA’s most talented athletes. CEO Public Relations has also developed partnership with The Bottom Line Sports Show. The show is Executive Produced by former NBA stars Charles Oakley, Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway and Executive Talent Producer Gerald Brown.
 
For more information on becoming a client or company details, contact owner Tamika C. Humphrey by calling 832-389-9356 or visiting www.ceopublicrelations.com.
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