28 Jan 2011 – David Rabin Presenting

David Rabin will be presenting this Friday on something close to his heart.

David Rabin is a creative marketing specialist with more than 32 years experience in marketing, promotion development, event management and video production.  He has worked at agencies in New York City, San Francisco, and Bainbridge Island.

On Friday David will share some candid experiences he had while serving as a White House Advance Representative for former President Ronald Reagan. The President Ronald Reagan Centennial Celebrations begins on February 5th around the country. To commemorate this occasion, David will present a video production of the Ronald Reagan Farewell events in June 2004. This production was done as a “Thank You” from Mrs. Reagan’s staff for those who worked on the Advance team throughout the Reagan Presidency. This piece features the work of Pete Souza who was an Official White House Photographer for President Reagan and is currently the Chief Official White House Photographer for President Obama.

Pete has published several coffee table books including “Unguarded Moments: Behind-the-Scenes Photographs of President Reagan,” “Images of Greatness: An Intimate Look at the Presidency of Ronald Reagan,” and “The Rise of Barack Obama.” This production is a rare occasion to see Pete’s work set to some of President Reagan’s favorite music; it was made for a specific group of people. It is not for sale and has not and never will be broadcast.

David has lived on Bainbridge Island for 18 years and is currently working on the soon-to-be-released documentary “Project: Village Voices.” It is a six hour film series about five rural villages in Tanzania. These villages are embroiled in poverty and natural disaster issues and maintain proud hopes for development. They live in small close knit and resilient communities. These are Lessons From Poverty. For more info go to http://www.projectvillagevoices.org.

Don’t miss this exciting BBC special event. Aren’t all BBC events special events? Actually, it does seem so.

BBC @ The Pavilion
403 N. Madison Ave.
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

7:30-8:00 – coffee, visiting, informal networking, sharing
8:00-8:30 – your board of directors session & BBC announcements
8:30-9:00 – more informal networking, sharing, visiting

Remember we are still in a BYOB mode – bring your own breakfast, coffee, tea.

See you there for your morning cup of BBC!

Yours truly,
The BBC Management

PS. Special thanks to our own BBC Regular, Bill Ruddick, for making the contact with David Rabin.

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K. D. Kragen is a philosopher, writer, teacher, editor, husband, father and grandfather. A third generation San Franciscan, Vietnam era vet U.S. Coast Guard (1973-1977), married to Janet L. Kragen for 32 years (1977-present), K. D. is a published novelist ("The KillWare Chronicles" and "Plagueman"); he has taught logic and lectured in philosophy of art at various college and local art schools (Northwest College of Art, Trumeau College of the Arts). Presently he teaches senior citizens basic computer skills (to be able to keep in touch with children and grandchildren), does general computer maintenance, MS and Linux OS, manages a small publishing house, Scandia Patch Press, and edits and ghosts the writings of other local authors. KaveDragen Ink LLC Clean, sparkling copy is often the first impression you make on prospective clientele. Every company needs: One, the Visionary, company owner, manager. That's you! You are the market expert. You know your products and services better than anyone else. Two, the Copy-editor, the wordsmith. That's me. I supply the polish and clarity of communication needed to grab your client from the very first line.

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