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Texas native Margie Garcia founder of the National Bullying Not Cool school assembly relocates firm
to Dallas, Texas; Collaborating with The McCoy Agency to strategically expand Bullying awareness in Texas schools .
doubled in that last three months based on recent client retention within
Dallas/Fort Worth; encouraged her take a leap of faith and relocate to reduce the
amount of traveling, hinder her weekly bookings with school assemblies and
small business seminars. A unique, passion driven firm to make a difference
within client campaigns; 100% of Margie Garcia PR net proceeds supports youth
initiatives, global school bookings, and community driven projects to bring
awareness and end bullying; so the bully doesn’t become the abuser in a teen or
adult relationship. The Collaboration with The McCoy agency
to further their brand and give back, pay it forward. The founders is able to bring
awareness through creative strategic campaigns. Successful thus far; the unique
school assembly continues to be the most requested for elementary, middle,
high schools, and city/county community events.
Margie Garcia grew up in the mid cities area (Euless) attending Oakwood Terrace Elementary, Central Junior High, and Grapevine Junior High. Margie Garcia’s goal is to encourage youth today to achieve more; through higher education and committed community service. Delighted upon her return with experiences and knowledge to encourage youth entrepreneurship and empower small business to persevere. Recently featured at the San Diego Comic Con Convention hosted by Cartoon Network(http://m.utsandiego.com/
Margie Garcia has a passion to make an impact and difference within community outreach, regardless of one's adversity. Margie graduated from high school a year and a half early with the determination to become a Director of Service Excellence within a hospital. Margie began her children's careers in the entertainment business. Talent Manager for her three sons, assisted many children and adults to get started and mentored within the music and entertainment industry. Combined ten years in the entertainment business, she executive produced her son's boy group "The Garcia 3" single "All around the World", available on iTunes. Margie founded and published Kids Entertainment and G Entertainment Magazine "Give Back, Pay It Forward"; highlighting Educators, Students, Entertainment news and granting public school and non - profit wish lists; from revenue generated by advertisers.
As, of February 2013 Margie is proud to announce collaboration as a UNA-USA San Diego Delegate to the United Nations CSW57 to end all forms of Discrimination and Violence against Women and Girls. Making a difference in society through Faith, Hope, and Believe (www.unasd.org)
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