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Beautiful Planning PR Firm Adds Author Richard Kuhns to its Esteemed Client List

New York City Based Marketing and PR Firm Welcomes Distinguished Author Sharing Secrets through his recently launched book

NEW YORK, NY, April 16, 2014 ( Reputable NYC based Public Relations firm, Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR (BPMPR), (, announced today the addition chemical engineer turner author, Richard Kuhns, for his powerful book "How to Get Your Life Back from Morgellons and other Skin Parasites" to their client roster ( Kuhns recently released this book online at, depicting his very own experiences in his battle against skin parasites, Morgellons, and how he was able to recover through the most effective treatments and research. This book is currently available online as an e-book for $19.95, printed book and e-book shipped in the US for $43.90, and for $61.65 can be shipped internationally at

"Richard Kuhns is a perfect addition to our clientele list" begins CEO of BPMPR Monique Tatum. "Morgellons is contagious and can affect anyone and everyone. With this book we want to reach out to people with similar skin issues who can find fast relief, or even feel as hopeless as Richard once felt. I look forward to helping our society by spreading awareness via our unique communication strategies."

Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR is a top New York City PR firm that has gained a solid reputation within the fashion and entertainment industries over the years, and for 2014 has also expanded their departments to technology, consumer products and much more. A few of the PR firm's most recent events successes include Hot 97's Summer Jam XX 20th anniversary concert, which celebrated the music festivals 20th anniversary with big name performs such as Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, and many more. Other successful events include Fighting Leukemia with Fashion on behalf of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, EMERGE!, a fashion runway show honoring Vogue contributing Editor Andre Leon Talley, and NYC Mercedes Benz Fashion Week show for Nina Skarra. Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR also produces each year The Reality of FASHION The Reality of AIDS, also known as RFRA. The event takes place annually and is a celebrity reality star fashion show to benefit AIDS. The first ever RFRA took place on February 9th 2013 during New York City Fashion Week. BPMPR is constantly expanding their roster with exciting and relevant projects.

To learn more about BPMPR or the services they offer, please email, call 877.841.7244, or visit

About Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR
Established in 2005 by Monique Tatum, Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR (BPMPR) is a NYC based Public Relations agency with cross industry expertise and specialty departments for fashion, beauty, lifestyle and events. Based out of NYC BPMPR does obtain full national and international publicity for their clients. BPMPR is the creator of The Reality of FASHION The Reality of AIDS a celebrity reality star runway show for New York City Fashion Week. Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR is well known for working Fashion events such as Fighting Leukemia with Fashion for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, EMERGE! A Fashion Runway Show Honoring Vogue Contributing Editor Andre Leon Talley, and is also known to rep major Modeling Agencies, sports initiatives and more.

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Beautiful Planning Marketing & PR


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[] Beautiful Planning PR Firm Adds Author Richard Kuhns to its Esteemed Client List
New York City Based Marketing and PR Firm Welcomes Distinguished Author Sharing Secrets through his recently launched book