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Freelance Associates’ client Jessi Jone stars in Maryland production of the Broadway musical Fame November 20 – 22, 2014

Eunice Moseley, MS, MBA (right) heads Freelance Associates, public relations and business management consultant firm.

Baltimore based artist management company 2Fresh Entertainment signs with public relations and business management consultant firm Freelance Associates. The management company is now preparing for the debut mix-tape release of its rapper/singer Jessi Jone, who will be starring in the Maryland production of the Broadway musical Fame Thursday – Saturday November 20 – 22, 2014.

2Fresh Entertainment is headed by Evette Chapman and Shawn Boyd. Their artist Jessi Jone is only 15 years-old and is commanding the stage so professionally that her fans are calling her Captain Lee. Jone will play Doris in the Overlea Players’ production of Fame (5410 Kenwood Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21206) from Thursday – Saturday November 20th – 22nd, and she will perform her new single “Text Message” after the play.

Aside from being a singer and MC Jessi is also a dancer, actress, and spoken word artist. She recently performed 14 dates in the Baltimore City Summer Block Party Tour with her “hype team” Daymon Gray and Malik Jones.

Freelance Associates, headquartered in Long Beach, Ca with offices also in Baltimore, is headed by Owner/President Eunice Moseley (http://thepulseofentertainment.com/eunicemoseley.html), senior consultant at the firm. Freelance Associates provides its clients with public relations and business management strategies, and consults them through the implementation of the plan.

Current clients include nine-year old Baltimore actor/model, Anthony Michael Hobbs who has starred in a Disney documentary “How to Train Your Dragon…,” and a Finish Line retail chain marketing campaign. He is best known for his co-starring role in the PBS presentation of “The Abolitionist” as a young Frederick Douglass, the documentary earned an Emmy Award nomination. Freelance Associates’ client list also includes Minnesota based management company Crystal Entertainment. They are working with artist Lexee Harris, a singer/songwriter, model, author and illustrator, who has song placement of two original selections on major movie soundtracks, and published a three comic book series titled “Samarakan”.

Freelance Associates was launched in 1993 by Moseley because of the demand for assistance in public relations and business management matters by small and newly established companies. Today it still provides public relations and business management consulting/services to small developing businesses.

Since 1986 Eunice has worked for The Baltimore Times, the largest circulated minority owned newspaper in Maryland, in various management positions and works currently as its promotions director at-large – since 2003. In 1999 she founded/coordinated a national entertainment conference, “Uplifting Minds II” (www.UpliftingMinds2.com), held annually in Baltimore (April) and Hollywood, CA (October). Moseley is a syndicated entertainment columnist, The Pulse of Entertainment, which has an estimated readership of 1/4 million a week (www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com). The Baltimore native, who resides in the Los Angeles area, holds a Bachelors in Telecommunications, a Masters in Management/Technology/Public Relations, and an M.B.A.

As senior strategist at Freelance Associates (http://thepulseofentertainment.com/freelanceassociates.html) Eunice Moseley will be personally working with 2Fresh Entertainment developing a strategy to capitalize on the local popularity of its artist MC Jessi Jone, and at the same time expand their company so they are able to push their artist further.

For more information about Freelance Associates or its clients, such as 2Fresh Entertainment, call 562-424-3826, or email FreeAssocInc3@aol.com.

Read more at http://www.eurweb.com/2014/11/2fresh-entertainment-signs-with-p-r-firm-freelance-associates/#wH39RMM48YWYWK78.99

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