Sunday, February 15, 2009

Absolutely PR's Maggie Holben To Speak on CBSA BioBreakfast Panel Wed., Feb. 18

Do you want to get publicity and media attention for your business? Are you not getting the attention you deserve? When you get the right media coverage, your sales can double, investors begin to take notice, and you gain new customers. Find out from the experts how to garner media attention and to effectively use public relations at this BioBreakfast.

Panelists include:

Dee Rambeau is the co-founder and Managing Partner of The Fuel Team and also works with PR Newswire. He has over 25 years of experience in marketing, promotions, television and communications. An award-winning writer and producer, Dee has produced over 200 hours of documentary and sports television for cable and broadcast. Additionally he has scripted and produced more than 50 corporate videos for branding, marketing or internal communications. Dee primarily focuses on online aspects of media relations and stakeholder relations. His specialty is media websites, social media, and search engine optimization.

Maggie Chamberlin Holben, owner of Denver's Absolutely Public Relations, is accredited by the Public Relations Society of America and is a member of the PRSA Counselors Academy. In addition, she is certified as an industry analyst relations practitioner. Holben's consultancy offers several online newsrooms to assist clients, including, and Frequently interviewed as a Public Relations Expert by the media, Holben holds a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma and has taught both advertising and PR courses at the university level. Most recently, Holben’s “Seven Ways To Get The Media Attention You Deserve” article was published in the PRNews’ Media Training Guidebook, 2009 Edition. She blogs pitches and placements at and tweets from

Rachel Brand has more than 16 years of experience in writing and communications. As a wire reporter, she wrote breaking stories on commodities and Chicago-area news. As an award-winning newspaper reporter at the Rocky Mountain News, she covered general business, the health care industry, health policy, health legislation, and the retail, natural foods, beer, marketing and public relations industries. As a freelance writer for AARP Bulletin and State Legislatures magazines, she covers health care policy and legislation.

Baxa Corporation is sponsoring this event and and VP/Marketing Marian Robinson will serve as moderator.

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