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News Release: Triplett Records, Night Rider Entertainment Presents

CHICAGO, IL- Feb. 18, 2011 – Triplett Records and Night Rider Entertainment present “The Gone Green 12-City Tour.” Headlining is Chicago’s own Shawnna during the first stop of the national tour in Joliet, Ill., on Feb. 25. Other notable performers include the Green Team, Trouble Boiz, Ash Loc and Blind Thugg, as well as Da Twenz 2Gs, King of Kings and Leon Triplett. Performances begin at 9 p.m.  
Rapper Shawnna
The kick-off performance in Joliet will be held at the world-famous Joe’s Bar, 4220 W. Jefferson Street. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at the door. Guests must be 21 and older to attend. VIP accommodations are available as well.

 Additional tour dates will be announced at a later date.  

Triplett Records is also scheduled to release a project that will include Triplett Records’ label artists and the Green Team, titled “Hands Up, Man Down.” The project is a tribute to NBA superstars Kobe Bryant and Lebron James.

 For more information on Triplett Records’ artists, please visit www.TriplettRecords.com or call 773.983.4193.

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Top 10 PR blunders of 2010

I love PR (public relations)

Image by DoktorSpinn via Flickr

It’s the end of the year and that means rundowns on the biggest news stories of the year. San Francisco PR firm, Fineman PR, names British Petroleum, Toyota and National Public Radio among the top 10 public relations disasters of the year.

For the complete list, along with the backstories, check out the release here.


Recovering from a PR crisis: Lebron James’ brilliant move

Despite Lebron James‘ subpar acting skills, the concept for his latest Nike commercial is as brilliant as his athletic skills are exceptional. “What should I do?” a Nike “Just Do It” campaign commercial is likely a counter to the backlash James’ experienced after the former Cleveland Cavalier made his announcement to play for Miami.

In it, he reveals–through several scenarios–that, despite his basketball prowess, he’s not perfect. The commercial is ingenious and will likely score major points for James and Nike.

See it for yourself.

Do you think this commercial will help or hurt James’ public persona?


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