Studio City, CA (PRWEB) January 12, 2007
Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero, Red Hot Communications Inc was named a Finalist today in the Best Entrepreneur -- Service Businesses -- Up to 100 Employees category in The 3rd annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business.
The Stevie Awards for Women in Business honor women executives, entrepreneurs, and the companies they run -- worldwide. The Stevie Awards have been hailed as "the business world's own Oscars." (New York Post, April 27, 2005).
Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word "crowned," winners will be announced during a gala event in New York in March. Nominated women executives and entrepreneurs from the U.S. and several other countries are expected to attend.
More than 600 entries were submitted for consideration in more than 40 categories, including Best Executive, Best Entrepreneur, and Best Community Involvement Program. Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero, Red Hot Communications Inc is a Finalist in the Best Entrepreneur -- Service Businesses -- Up to 100 Employees category.
"I have watched Red Hot Communications Inc evolve systematically in the past year by identifying areas of her own business to develop as a strong corporate image inspiring other entrepreneurs," says Linda Pridgeon, Special Projects Manager. One of only four Internet marketing women copywriters in the industry, Lorrie reached 'guru' status on the Internet Marketing Index (http://www.gurudaq.com) last year. She is among a handful of the most highly sought after copywriters in the industry. She has taken her business from zero to more than 6 figures since 1999 using her journalistic skills and entrepreneurial spirit. Red Hot Copy was launched by Lorrie as a single mom simply to raise her two boys from her home. Lorrie has taken her teaching to new levels this year with not one, but two exclusive Speed Copywriting Workshops held in Los Angeles. She brings together serious-minded entrepreneurs in an exclusive workshop with top copywriting and marketing gurus.
Finalists were chosen by business professionals worldwide during preliminary judging.
Members of the Awards' Board of Distinguished Judges & Advisors and their staffs select Stevie Award winners from among the Finalists during final judging.
The elegant Stevie trophy was designed by R. S. Owens, the same company that makes the Oscar and the Emmy.
"Being named a Finalist in The Stevie Awards for Women in Business is an important achievement," said Michael Gallagher, president of the Stevie Awards. "It means that independent business executives have agreed that the nominee is worthy of recognition. We congratulate all of the Finalists on their achievement and wish them well in the competition."
"As a Finalist in The Stevies, Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero has accomplished this achievement by garnering experts into her inner circle with the sole purpose of enhancing the business growth of Red Hot Communications Inc dramatically increasing in her business development," says Linda Pridgeon, Special Projects Manager.
Details about The Stevie Awards for Women in Business and the list of Finalists in all categories are available at http://www.stevieawards.com/women.
About Red Hot Communications Inc
Lorrie Morgan-Ferrero started her copywriting business in 1999. In under 8 years she is earning a 6-figure income by teaching others basic copywriting skills using a step-by-step approach never done before. Her weekly ezine, Copywriting TNT, reaches over 13,000 subscribers in 74 countries worldwide. As President of Red Hot Communications Inc she has a dedicated virtual support staff.
About The Stevie Awards
Hailed as "the business world's own Oscars" by the New York Post (April 27, 2005), Stevie Awards are conferred in four programs: The American Business Awards, The International Business Awards, The Stevie Awards for Women in Business, and the Selling Power Sales Excellence Awards. Honoring companies of all types and sizes and the people behind them, the Stevies recognize outstanding performances in the workplace worldwide. Learn more about The Stevie Awards at http://www.stevieawards.com.
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