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Deborah Millikan Scott

 Millikan has more than 25 years experience with a demonstrated history of working in the entertainment industry. She is skilled in Event development and Management, Marketing and Brand development with a knack for creating awareness through Live Productions.


 Deborah began her career designing, planning and producing corporate events in the Atlanta market. The fundraising began with the USO and led to planning a parade and rally for our troops, commemorating ‘Operation Desert Storm’. The size and scope of the event created such a buzz that Georgia Tech contacted Deborah with a request to bring the Clayton County event to Bobby Dodd Stadium because the coveted entertainers and speakers had already been pre-booked by Millikan.

  President George H. Bush formally acknowledged the event by sending a letter from the White House to the Clayton County Parade of Patriots including Deborah's name in the message. Millikan acquired sponsorship for the filming of the event and sent videos to soldiers that remained in Kuwait.
Millikan continued to develop, market and manage large productions such as concerts and festivals as well as manage and book recording artists.  Deborah credits her mentor Merle Kilgore (Hank Williams Jr's manager) for helping her navigate the industry waters. 


Maintaining a passion for community involvement, Millikan was selected by the President of Chick-fil-A, Jimmy Collins, to serve as Director of Development for a private school in Georgia. Deborah was tasked with creating a capital campaign that raised millions of dollars to build a school for children diagnosed as ADD or ADHD. A recent letter from the retired president of Chick-fil-A  pointed out to Millikan that she "took them where they needed to go," and because of this a much larger number of children have received the  help they needed. The campaign was a huge success and the beautiful facility was built in Fairburn, Georgia.


Community involvement has brought Deborah into the areas of tourism and history. She is the administrator and director of marketing for the Bechtler Heritage Center and the Bechtler Mint Historic Park in Rutherfordton, North Carolina. Millikan is expanding and leading the North Carolina Gold Trail membership, a historical destination trail made up of six counties but will eventually connect all 33 counties in North Carolina that share a gold history.  Millikan also manages the Official North Carolina Gold Festival held annually in Old Fort, North Carolina.

 

 The festival will mark it's 16th year the first Saturday in June, 2019.  Deborah's experience and success in building brands within small town communities, the corporate world and the music industry is a sound platform from which your story can be told. Lets begin to build your brand today.
Publishing, Licensing, Song Placement, Sync License, Film, Radio, and TV , Distribution.  Media, Print  and more.

 

Rick Scott

 With forty years of 'inside the music business' Rick Scott has the history of working alongside some of the most noted Artists, Publishing firms and Record Companies known world-wide. From the early age of 16 he began his first publishing job with Sugarplum Music Inc. acting as a staff writer and creative director for the firm. 


After a two year stint with Sugarplum; Rick, along with his musician and writing skills, went on to work for "House Of Cash Publishing" owned by Mr. Johnny Cash where Rick was hired to head up multiple recording sessions to re-record the full Cash catalog which required a year of budgeting, booking, accounts payable and producing the tracks at the world famous "Cowboy Jack Clements" recording studio in Nashville, Tn

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After the company was sold to a firm in California Rick then went on as  staff writer and staff musician for Pete Drakes studio and publishing company. Many recording sessions and songs later Rick began traveling, playing, songwriting and performing with Earl Thomas Conley / Vern Gosdin / Alabama / David Allan Coe and others.

He was introduced to the Warner Bros. Records Family / Sony Records / along with R.C.A. Records in the capacity of producer, working with Jim Ed Norman, President of Warner Bros. Records, Nashville. This later would play a very important role in Ricks life and career as he did go on to work in several different capacities for the labels mentioned above. 


Acting now as Creative Director, along with Deborah Millikan, Rick looks forward to serving you with any needs you may have musically for your business.