Nobody understands how to sell a comeback better than a PR executive. On a related note, The Washington Post profiled the woman who went viral for destroying a COVID-19 mask display at a Target – she’s the CEO of a Phoenix PR firm and she grew up in Denver.
As you might expect, she’s actually a super-terrific-yet-tragically-misunderstood person who was reacting to the stress of COVID-19 that caused her to miss her annual summer vacation in Greece. You try missing a year in Greece without destroying display racks – I dare you.
If you would like to know more, she currently is authoring a memoir titled You Can’t Cancel Me — The Story of My Life. I’m not making that up.
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She might have borrowed one of these well worn phrases for her book: “I may not be much but I’m all I think about” or “That’s enough about me, what do you think about me?”
On the other hand I admire her media abilities to pitch and get the story in the Washington Post. I would have thought it would be a very hard sell. But I’m raised before the Internet became a part of the culture, and still would rather not understand why the Kardashians garner even an iota of interest.
Great headline to your post!