It is often said the shoemaker's child never wears shoes, or certainly you have heard, "Do as I say and not as I do." Well I certainly encourage my clients to communicate to their clients in the most effective manner possible, no matter what the medium or format may be. Facebook pages are certainly one of the most basic and easy ways to communicate with a certain group of people. I know this, which is why there is no excuse that I have put off setting up my own for so long. I can give many reasons, but none are good. The good news is that I finally have a Facebook page set up for M.C. Collier Productions, Inc. As is with the shoemaker who is often caring for his clients and neglects his own children, I have been guilty of seeing to clients and other more pressing matters and not informing others of our services. My hope is that through the various forms of connections we frequent, that you will come to know more about M. C. Collier Productions, Inc. and the range of services we provide. There is no time like the present to plan a future event, or consult on a future campaign or project. We look forward to talking with you soon!
Thank you for visiting, Melanie
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Melanie Collier, left, whose husband Bob died from esophageal cancer, and Rhonda Smalls, widow of Earl Smalls Jr. who was diagnosed with the same cancer, talk at Saturday evening’s concert benefit at Harley Davidson of Cartersville. Proceeds from the Bands, Bikes and Bikinis event will benefit the Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association. For more information on ECAA visit www.ecaware.org.
At Harley Davidson of Cartersville they believe the best way to gather a crowd on a hot August Saturday is to combine live music, Harley Davidson motorcycles, cold beer and a bikini contest. The second annual Bands, Bikes and Bikinis Benefit Concert kicked off Saturday at 10 a.m. with free live performances from local bands and a firsthand look at the new 2014 Harley Davidsons. The event stretched into the evening with bands such as Mickey James, Mother’s Finest and John Kay with Steppenwolf ending the night. After 5 p.m. tickets were required for admission with all proceeds going to support the Esophageal Cancer Awareness Association.