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Welcome to For The People Productions Official website

Thank you for visiting the website of For The People Productions. We are the newest marketing and public relations firm in the state of Mississippi, but we are making sure our presence is known. For more information, contact Stanley Clark at 850.246.1423.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Jackson Resident hosts "Visions and Movement" in Pearl, MS

(Gail Ambeau's work, including this piece entitled MULTIPLICATION, will be on display at the Pearl Public Library in Pearl, MS during December 2007.)

Toledo, Ohio native/now Jackson resident Gail Rayford-Ambeau will be hosting her last official art show of the during the month of December 2007. Beginning December 1st you will be able to see over 30 pieces of her art work and fashion accessories on display at the Pearl Public Library in Pearl, MS.

The show, called VISIONS AND MOVEMENT, will showcases some of her most personal work created over the last 6 years and is being seen together for the first time in this special show. There will definitely be something for everyone as the pieces start at only $30.

Those interested in meeting with the artist can do so during a special meet and greet on Monday, December 3, 2007 at the library held from 5-7:30p.m.

For more information, contact Gail Ambeau at 601.500.0937 or via email at

Bestselling author Gregory B. Williams reaches out to FTP and Mississippi family in their time of need

By this time most of you are familiar with the story of LaTasha Norman, the missing college student in Jackson, MS.
Since her disappearance her family has been reaching out to the public and the media outlets to get the word out about their daughter. Today they were on the Tom Joyner Morning Show pleading for anyone with information to come forth.

The show, which was heard worldwide got the attention of Bestselling author Gregory B. Williams (brotherwood1066@ (BROTHERWOOD and SOLOMON'S QUEST) in North Carolina. Williams, who is a proud father himself, will be visiting Mississippi on Saturday, December 8, 2007 to promote both novels which are based on his life. He was so moved by what the parents were going through that he contacted Conversations Book Club and announced that he is giving 100% of all his book sells that are connected to his Mississippi trip to the family.

Because of this, Conversations Book Club* will begin selling his books THIS WEEKEND (beginning November 30, 2007) for the special price of $10 each (regular $14.95).

Thank you to Gregory B. Williams for your generosity. Anyone who would like to reach out to the family can do so by calling the father, Dan Bolden @ 662.616.8885.

Enjoy your day. Enjoy your life. Enjoy your world.

* Conversations Book Club is a proud client of For The People Productions marketing and public relations firm.

Saturday, November 10, 2007

For The People Productions Prepares to Celebrate Its 1st Year Anniversary

(FRONT ROW FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Cyrus A. Webb (Chief of Staff), Stanley Clark (President) and Alisha Yvonne (Bestselling author)

It was a year ago in November 2006 when Stanley Clark came up with the idea for an organization to unite all of the arts, entertainment, media and print industries together under one umbrella. On November 15th of that year he, and his now Chief of Staff, Cyrus A. Webb, began For The People Productions. It was hoped that it would provide Mississippi and other states with everything it would need to be effective in the changing world.

Today it has seen the development of that dream and much more. After just 12 months the small organization has worked with platinum-selling recording artists, bestselling authors from all over the world and began partnerships that takes many organizations twice its size a lifetime to form.

On Thursday, November 15, 2007 that dream will be celebrated---and you are invited to attend.

Join us at Subway Restaurant in Pearl, MS (3000 HWY 80E * 601.936.4803) beginning at 7:30p.m. for an evening of good conversations, good entertainment and information about where FTP has been, where it is going and how you can be a part of it.

Admission to this event is free. For more information, feel free to contact Stanley Clark at 601.937.1634 or his Chief of Staff via email at