L to R: Tom Hebel WFLA/Tampa
Ever talk to someone and immediately feel like you have a friend…even though you just ‘met’ them? Happened when SHANDRA JACKSON BOHLEY answered her phone in her new Charleston, SC office. Shandra is the new Marketing Director for Media General’s WCBD, the NBC affiliate in Rhett Butler’s hometown. She’s been down in Tampa as Sr. Promo Producer for CSD TOM HEBEL at MG’s WFLA. Before that, it was further south still at WBBH/WZNV in Ft. Myers. She’s been lucky enough to always have the best ocean and Gulf side markets like West Palm and Miami. Can’t wait to get to know Shandra even better. Can’t wait to see the energetic work she’ll spark as well. Well Dunne! Shandra.
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Think About This: “I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.” ~ Audrey Hepburn
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Starting the year in the warm, palm tree studded land of sunshine is TOM HEBEL, who just today (if you’re reading this on Monday) begins as Marketing Director at WFLA , Media General’s NBC affil in Tampa. Tom has been in Chicago since he earned a sheepskin from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, so this marks the first winter he’ll be able to shed his overcoat, scarf, gloves and ice scraper. Doesn’t that sound lovely! He’s left his amazing creative mark at WBBM and WLS in Chicago. A big warm sunny Well Dunne! Tom.
Meanwhile, up Brooklyn way, a new baby boy has decided to make his debut, thanks to the MIKE BRATTON family. Welcome Master Elliott. Dad says you have quite the voice already, which means you just might follow in dad’s voiceover footsteps. Congrats to one and all.
Think About This: "It is hard to let old beliefs go. They are familiar. We are comfortable with them and have spent years building systems and developing habits that depend on them. Like a man who has worn eyeglasses so long that he forgets he has them on, we forget that the world looks to us the way it does because we have become used to seeing it that way through a particular set of lenses. Today, however, we need new lenses. And we need to throw the old ones away." ~ Kenich Ohmae