Thursday, May 27, 2010

5/28 - Pam Krueger, Harlan Boll, Colin Michael Day,

Colin Michael Day - "The Loneliest Road in America"
In July 1986 U.S. 50 was named “The Loneliest Road in America” by Life magazine, which quoted an AAA spokesman as saying, “It’s totally empty.” Yes, traffic is light from Fernley to Ely, but you will meet friendly people in the towns along the way. In the stretch of highway east of Fallon to the Utah state line, a span of 287 miles, there are only three major towns: Austin, Eureka and Ely. There are also several ghost towns along this path. Colin Michael Day is an American actor starring in and producing the independent film “The Loneliest Road in America”.

Pam Krueger - "Small Business Week"
Pam Krueger is executive producer, co-anchor, and creator of the national public television MoneyTrack series. With a passion for economics and the stock market, Pam worked as a stockbroker for nine years before leaving her "day job" to become a full-time television Reporter and Producer. Pam was a Co-Anchor and segment producer on ABC-TV's Emmy® Award-winning program, Marketplace in San Francisco, as well as on KGO-TV's newscasts. She Co-Anchored and Produced TechTV's, The Money Machine, during the technology boom in the late 1990's and was also a Reporter for the Emmy® Award-winning PBS series, Money Moves.

Harlan Boll - Hollywood Publicist
Harlan is one of Hollywood's most popular publicists and works with a variety of big name stars. Recently, during an event he experienced the mean side of autograph seekers and is here to talk about it.   While still a teenager, in 1982 Harlan received an unexpected introduction to the industry of entertainment when he was hired as an usher for the Elitch Garden Summer Stock Theatre, but before his first day of work was instead tapped to be the driver/assistant for the Shelley Winters, who starred in the first production of the season and continuing in this capacity for the remainder of the season working with such artists as Cloris Leachman, Richard Kiley, Tammy Grimes, Tyrone Power Jr, Maureen O'Sullivan, David McCallum, etc  He and his partner currently live in the California with his partner of nine years and their two cats (Emmy and Oscar) and is an independent publicist working with the firm Davidson and Choy PR, specializing in literary, personality and event PR. A partial list of current clients include a who's who of classic Hollywood: Carol Channing, Florence Henderson, Esther Williams, Tippi Hedren, Rose Marie, Rip Taylor, Christine Devine, Julie Newmar, Alison Arngrim, Channing Chase, VOX Femina, GMCLA, and Bob Hope Enterprises, Inc.

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