“Crazy Love” couple burned out of Queens home

September 13, 2007


The Daily News reports this morning that the subjects of Crazy Love the film by uber-publicist-turned-filmaker Dan Klores, had to move in to a hotel after a fire destroyed their apartment. Klores, one of the number of ex-Rubenstein execs who opened firms in the early 90s is barely doing any PR these days according to another agency principal who knows him.

DKC’s client list and influence even outsizes it’s $20 million in revenues with brands like Con Ed, Ian Schrager hotels, Foxwoods, Guiliani Partners, The Daily News and the Grand Central Partnership. Details on the agency are available in this PRWeek probe.

If you’re looking for DKC’s site, it’s not http://www.dkcpr.com. In cased you missed the flurry of Gawker and Page6 mentions last Fall, that domain name was nabbed by the incredibly entertaining and always “aggressive” Ronn Torossian, founder of 5WPR.


2 Responses to ““Crazy Love” couple burned out of Queens home”

  1. Terry Says:

    Which neighborhood in Queens, do you know? I grew up there, so I’m curious.

    Queens is huge.

  2. […] (an SVP, VP, AS, and one other). It seems like relatively easy sledding for DePlasco, whose name is strewn all over articles about the plan for a Nets stadium in Brooklyn (DKC represents Forrest City Ratner […]

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