BOCA RATON, Fla., Aug. 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The public relations firm headed by former NBC Vice President Tom Madden said it plans to offer celebrity divorcee Lynn Aronberg for commercials, appearances and spokesperson roles while it develops a reality TV show based on her exciting and glamorous life now bubbling after her highly publicized divorce.
"Everything about Lynn is dazzling and sparkling with non-stop media interest in her every move, so it's logical and appropriate that we commercialize this in a professionally productive way," said the PR maestro Madden whose publicity helped many TV shows become hits at ABC and NBC and has propelled talent to stardom before starting his own award-winning PR firm (www.transmediagroup.com).
Lynn already has starring role in TV series now in production on Trump Times airing next year on BBC 1, which is only going to raise her image higher worldwide, said Madden who himself plays a small part in one of the scenes.
According to Madden, Lynn will be traveling to Israel in a few months where he is already arranging for her to meet some of the country's leading business and government officials to talk about her promoting Israeli products and services in the U.S. market.
Madden and Lynn, the former Miami Dolphins Cheerleader, go way back when he gave Lynn her first job in PR at his international public relations firm that has represented many of the largest companies in America, including AT&T, Kellogg's and the City of New York.
"Nobody works harder or more resourcefully than Lynn," he said. "We assigned her our top clients at the time like Daum Crystal who couldn't get enough of her themselves as she sparkled even back then."
TransMedia Group serves clients worldwide from a building Madden owns in downtown Boca Raton. TransMedia also is a licensed talent and modeling agency supplying spokespersons for its clients' products in TV commercials TransMedia produces.
TransMedia also publishes books, including Madden's latest "Is there enough Brady in Trump to win the inSUPERable Bowl?" In it he coined the term "The Trump Divorce" in a chapter about Lynn's problems that started when she was avidly pro Trump while her ex-husband, Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg, is a staunch Democrat.
Madden said he is considering publishing a book by Lynn titled "I make a great ex-wife."
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SOURCE TransMedia Group