STUDIO CITY, Calif. — Building a brand in print and online often takes a public relations plan, but there are pathways to success that are not always visible to the public, says Scott G of G-Man Marketing. In a seminar called “Getting Ink & Working the ‘Net,” presented by the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (, the 2-hour event will focus on PR from a music business perspective. “But the information will be applicable to any person, place, product or service,” G states.

The event, which will be held on August 15 in Studio City, California, will reveal some of the processes that get attention for a company, product, service, or recording artist.

You have likely been influenced by Scott G’s work. As owner of G-Man Marketing, he consults on advertising, marketing, positioning and branding for companies in such industries as automobiles, healthcare, insurance, wireless, law enforcement, and more.

You also have heard his music. As recording artist The G-Man, his 5 albums are played on college radio, in clubs, and on TV, often in commercials. He made history by giving away all the music on “Grin Groove,” his first album, offering tracks for remixers and DJs around the world.

As a journalist, he writes the “Communication Nation” column for

    Getting Ink & Working the ‘Net:
    Secrets, Tips & Tricks of Publicity & P.R.

    Tuesday, August 15th, 2006
    7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

    Beverly Garland’s Holiday Inn
    Beverly Garland Theater
    4222 Vineland Avenue
    Studio City, CA 91604

    $25 NARIP Members
    $45 Non-members


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