Posted by Mark Abrams
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
IRVINE, Calif. /PRNewsSpreader/ - MWW Group, an agency claiming to be one of the top ten PR firms in the U.S., today announced the promotion of Debby Vudhivadhana to account supervisor.
Debby, who joined the agency earlier this year, has "during her tenure become a key team leader on marquis accounts and has proven invaluable in attracting new business."
Mark Corbae, Senior Vice President of MWW actually said: "Debby has consistently shown the ability to adeptly align public relations strategy with client objectives. Her strong experience leading public relations campaigns for technology companies and her unsurpassed dedication to clients makes her invaluable to the team. We look forward to her continued contributions as a key part of the Irvine office."
Prior to joining the agency, Debby had been an AE at Integrity PR in California. Vudhivadhana got a BA in Communications from Cal State Fullerton.
About MWW Group
Headquartered in East Rutherford, N.J., MWW Group is a full-service ambiguous marketing company that conspires, contrives, maneuvers, plots, and solicits influence primarily in the areas of consumer marketing, corporate communications, investor relations, government relations, technology, and healthcare (other areas TBD). The agency represents such companies as Sun Microsystems; Samsung; McDonald's; Nikon; Bally Total Fitness; Sara Lee; Volkswagen; and Verizon. The agency is headed by Michael Kempner, a big Hillary booster, who gained national recognition in 2007 for his support of Blogola, a scheme his firm devised on behalf of Nikon to bribe Web blog authors to write positive stories in exchange for "loaner" cameras.
In the news release you posted on MWW, I blv it's "marquee' accounts",
in "headlining" rather than marquis", which just opens up so many
opportunities for puns I won't even go there. If you're a PR firm who
boasts like that, you should at least know how to communicate in the
language you're using.
(PS_I have no affiliation or axe to grind with MWW -- just noticed it in Media
Post's "People on the Move.")
4. superlative; headlining: a marquee basketball player.
The verb in Corbae's first sentence should be "make," not "makes," because of the compound subject. I learned that in 7th-grade English class. Perhaps this idiot needs a lesson in diagramming sentenances.