20 A-M COMMUNICATIONS is the official public relations, booking and publicity agency of
Saxophone and keyboard player for Hall & Oates since 1976
20 A-M can promote YOUR business with affordable & successful promotional campaigns.
Perfect for local, hometown small business owners ... or even world-famous former NBA stars.
Why do you need a PR / Communications firm?
Your reputation is your livelihood ... Your brand is your image ... and, yet, what the public perceives to be your reputation IS your brand.
And each of those -- your reputation, your livelihood, your brand, and your image -- needs protection and constant, consistent promotion.
You need it to succeed.
And in today's go-go-go/not slow-slow-slow world of social media, you need that protection and promotion not just via word-of-mouth, but via audiences that support you by sharing your message(s) through Facebook and Twitter, as well as traditional media.
You need a PR/Communications firm that understands your needs in today's market, while also understanding what you might not need.
Why do you need us?
Because you need help.
Because you need more clients, or members, or customers, or students.
Because your presence -- and following -- on social media is lacking.
Because you have to write and distribute a press release, and you're not sure how.
Because you need traditional and social media coverage/exposure.
Because your upcoming event needs an experienced event executive to oversee its operation.
Because you need better community representation.
Because, quite simply, you want to succeed.
And we can help you do just that. After all, we are the communications team that will help make you look really, really good.
“Mr. Laderman is a Communications, Public Relations, Marketing and Event Management expert who does not care of one’s skin color, ethnicity, or religion. He is a major proponent of inclusiveness and diversity, a trait of his that one can easily tell comes natural. Not only in collaborating on events with Mr. Laderman [i.e. Onyx Speaks], but also attending numerous events at the Orlando Museum of Art that Mr. Laderman was in charge of, it has amazed me as to how successful his communications/marketing tactics and event management has been in such a short time with the Orlando Museum of Art. In all my years in Central Florida, in attending many events at the Orlando Museum of Art, I had never seen such high attendance, as well as such diverse audiences, as I have since Michael Laderman was there. The Orlando Museum of Art became more popular, and more inclusive, because of him.”
Publisher & CEO, Onyx Magazine [Florida’s most-read African-American publication]
“When Shaquille O’Neal was at the beginning of his doctoral program [at Barry University], he would often come to campus. Mike was always the point-person in arranging those visits, and every one of the visits was well-organized and kept low-key. Mike anticipated and attended to detail in a most impressive way. Shaquille and his PR team made it a point of requesting Mike’s involvement in any public event in which he was involved at the university. They were impressed, as was I, with [Mike’s] consummate professionalism and his commitment that our university be shown in the best possible light.”
--Terry Piper, Ph.D.
Former Dean, School of Education, Barry University