NEW YORK, NY, February 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Tene Nicole Marketing and Public Relations signs its newest client, Kei Renae Founder of Single Moms Rock Organization based in Central New Jersey. Keisha, has added book author to a growing list of accomplishments with new book Single Moms Rock! How to Survive and Thrive as a Single Mom.
As an accomplished entrepreneur and business professional who has endured single motherhood raising two small children on her own, her climb to success epitomizes the attributes of an American success story. Earning both her Bachelors and Master's Degree, climbing the professional ladder working for a Fortune 500 company and still carving out the time to start a successful organization that gives back to others while pinning her new book!
"My hope for Single Moms Rock! How to Survive and Thrive as a Single Mom is to instill a sense of self-worth for single mothers trying to navigate their way through today's society", states Ms. Renae.
This opportunity lends itself to an incredible role for Tene Nicole who will build tremendous brand exposure and create even greater opportunities for Ms. Renae new manuscript. Nikkia McClain, Tene Nicole's CEO and Founder explains, "As a boutique public relations firm, we pride ourselves on delivering a personalized experience. We are excited about the opportunity to extend our expertise to Kei Renae, a woman who has proven that with a clear vision and determination success is possible".
For more information, to schedule an interview or feature Kei Renae, please contact Nikkia McClain by phone at 646-244-2140, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
ABOUT KEI RENAE
Kei Renae is the Founder and President of Single Moms Rock Organization. Keisha holds a B.A. from Monmouth University, an M.B.A. from Devry's Keller Graduate School and is the mother of two beautiful children Kevin and Danae.
Single Moms Rock (SMR) is an organization dedicated to the empowerment of single mothers across the states. SMR facilitates programs and resources specifically designed for the single or unwed mother, not allowing society to place a stigma rather empowering each woman to work and live the best life they can for herself and her child(ren).
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