"That's One of the Things We Do Best"

My first public relations firm job in Nashville in the 80s was assistant to Hal Kennedy, head of what was then the region’s largest PR firm, Holder Kennedy. He was a short, mustachioed, flashy Texan who wore cowboy boots, big, fancy belt buckles and gold chains around his neck. I followed him around to all his meetings, selling business and serving clients.  I learned many things from him including what to do and what not to do to be successful. 

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