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A veteran public relations professional and innovator with 20 years of industry experience, Mr. Klores is recognized as one of the marketing world's primary creative thinkers and problem-solvers. He has guided many clients on public relations matters involving complex trials and litigation and has established an extraordinary reputation with the media. Mr. Klores has appeared as an expert commentator on numerous national television programs and networks, including: "Today," "Good Morning America," "Entertainment Tonight," CNN, CNBC and MSNBC. Mr. Klores has also been the guest lecturer to many marketing and public relations groups nationwide, including: the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, New York University, Yeshiva University, the National Association of Magazine Publishers and the American Women's Economic Development (AWED) group. In 1984, Mr. Klores' work on behalf of the NYU Medical Center earned him the coveted Silver Anvil Award from the Public Relations Society of America. In addition to his comprehensive public relations skills, Mr. Klores is the author of Roundball Culture (A & M Press, 1980) and numerous magazine articles published in New York Magazine, Esquire, The Village Voice, Southern Exposure and Southern World. He also served as Executive Editor of AVENUE Magazine. Mr. Klores's unique flair for marketing and orchestrating big events is renowned throughout the industry. He produced Paul Simon's Broadway musical, "The Capeman", which was nominated for three Tony Awards. He served as the Executive Producer to Warner Bros.' City by the Sea (2002), a major motion picture based on a story by Mike McAlary and starring Robert DeNiro and Frances McDormand. Mr. Klores also serves on the board of several charitable organizations, including the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Children's Health Fund and the Crime Victims Service Agency. Mr. Klores resides in New York City with his wife, Abbe, and 3 year old son, Jake.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kubo