One of Creative Communication Network‘s most renowned and beloved clients passed away on August 21, 2016. Ray Gilmer was a client of CCN President Karl Krayer, and they worked together on influencing presenations to sell his patented product to enhance sleep, entitled CES (Cranial Electrical Stimulator). You can read the obituary which details his outstanding… Read More Beloved CCN Client Passes Away
One of our Creative Communication Network speakers, Carmen Coreas, delivered her presentation on domestic violence and sexual abuse, entitled “It Ends With You,” on May 11 at the New Beginning Center in Garland, Texas. The Center is “dedicated to ending family violence through education, advocacy, counseling and support and we work tirelessly to help bring… Read More New Beginning Center Receives CCN Presentation – “It Ends With You”
We’re less than a month away from the release of Jack and Suzy Welch‘s newest work, The Real Life MBA: Your No-BS Guide to Winning the Game, Building a Team, and Growing Your Career (Harper Business, 2015). It is a certain best-seller, and pre-orders for the book are rocking the online outlets. Considering their… Read More Another Duo Welch Book Hits the Charts on April 15 – But Ethics?
I was fascinated when I received word of a book by Jan Jarboe Russell entitled The Train to Crystal City: FDR’s Secret Prisoner Exchange Program and America’s Only Family Internment Camp During World War II (Scribner, 2015). Were you aware of what happened? Have you ever heard of Crystal City, Texas? See the map below.… Read More Do You Know about Crystal City? What You May Not Know about FDR and World War II
Creative Communication Network is pleased to announce three campaigns in 2012 benefiting charitable causes that we wish to support. Please join with us in our efforts. For one month in each quarter, CCN will donate and match the proceeds from the First Friday Book Synopsis and contribute those funds directly to each of these charities. We will… Read More Creative Communication Network Announces Charitable Support for 2012