Miami, FL, May 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Her name is Adora, and she has been Miami’s legendary entertainer for almost three decades. Affectionately known as the "Queen of South Beach," Adora has stood alongside celebrities, politicians and community leaders with her unique blend of commanding elegance and sophisticated hilarity like none other. Adora has served as a global Grande Dame Master of Ceremony for venues live and recorded, from Paris to New York, Buenos Aires to Miami, and innumerable intercontinental stops in between. Her warmth and style consistently rise above controversy, envelop integrity, embrace diversity, and engender good will around the world. From stage to screen, Adora’s fluid and entertaining performance expertise not only skillfully commands a live audience and television viewership, but endears hearts, influences minds, and inspires action.
Miami-based international public relations firm, Starr PR Public Relations & Communications Group, is now accepting and reviewing inquiries from well-connected, innovative and strategically visionary talent representation agents in the North and South American, West European, Nordic and Icelandic markets, with a phased-in plan to approach Pacific Rim markets.
“I have known Adora for close to three decades. She is not only a phenomenal talent, she is a dear friend,” said RJ Starr, Managing Director for Starr PR. “Because of that, we are looking for an equally phenomenal agent, one who can balance innovation with strategic disruption, and appeal to a broad spectrum of both traditional and cutting-edge programming.” Mr. Starr also promised, “… and whether that agent or management is independent, or from a well-known or lesser-known agency, they will get the full weight and support of Starr PR behind them.” When asked specifically what he’s looking for, Starr said, “Although all options are on the table - multinational corporate sponsorships, hosting, significant events, etc. - our longer-term focus is on responsive premium internet, cable and network television. We have all the ingredients for a unique opportunity to disrupt and reinvent declining programming genres."
Although the window of consideration is limited, Starr insists that it will remain open until the perfect team is assembled: “This is a very exciting, collaborative and prosperous opportunity for the right folks. Adora’s talent and potential are beyond, the cultural climate is ripe, and corporate sponsors are looking for ways to tap into the upswing of alternative diversity and acceptance with non-offensive humor that appeals to a broad range of taste…. this is a call for amazing, outrageous creatives, talent, sales and broadcast professionals to come together to create and define a new lucrative genre of entertainment.”
Internet search of the terms “Adora” and “Miami” or “South Beach” provides a variety of sampling results. Press kits and media reels are currently under production and can be produced to support both market-specific and geocultural nuances.
Parties may submit their interest to:
Starr PR Public Relations & Communications