Katoya Palmer Public relation, marketing, sales, and event management consulting.
A Seattle based boutique firm specializing in sales, marketing, public relations, event management / production, and advertising projects. It's my Business to appropriately facilitate your project of any scale with trust, professionalism, and a positive energy while implementing new tools for professional success. "Think out the box" with TBC creative direction, nurture a trusting bond, and reap long term results.
Offering Consulting and Project Management Services in the following: Sales Marketing Public Relations Image Consultant Social Media Management Professional Blogging Event Planning and Management Fundraising Writer (Press Releases, Reviews, Bios, etc) Business Development Concert and After Party Business Events Celebrity Booking
Specialties: Meetings facilitation, marketing strategy, personal events, public relations, community relations, concerts, celebrity booking, fundraiser, branding, reputation management.
Celebrity Booking projects: Jean Grae, Jagged Edge, Amber Rose, Rick Ross, Wale, Tasha Jones, Black Ice, Jagged Edge, Gyptian.
Direct booking responsibilities for Black Stax (Jace Ecaj, Silas Blak, Felicia Loud) and the Klyntel band.
An Aurora, Ill. man reporting bugs in his Comcast box wasn’t referring to glitches in his cable service.
Antonio Munoz says his home had never had an insect problem until a Comcast associate installed a cable box in his parents’ bedroom Friday, he told theChicago Sun-Times. Shortly after the installer left his home, Munoz says he saw cockroaches crawl out of the box, which he believes had been previously used.
"You don’t know where this equipment came from," he told the Aurora Beacon-News.
Munoz says that after several days of unhelpful phone conversations, he brought the cable box and the roaches to the Comcast office, but was again stalled by representatives, who told him he would have to set up a second appointment with another installer to get a new box, CBS Chicago reports.
A representative for Comcast told CBS that Munoz has since received a new box, and an apology from the cable company.
Munoz’s claim comes as the company faces larger allegations of similar incidents, which residents of the city’s South Side say disparately affected minority customers, NBC Chicago reports. A class-action suit filed in late November claims that supervisors at Comcast’s facility on E. 112th St. instructed technicians to install defective or roach-infested cable boxes and created a “hostile” work environment.