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Albert Maruggi

Hey you were kind of a big deal before now, but I'm glad you are realizing it. The whole not believing your own press clippings is a great rule to live by. When I was press secretary of the RNC, the then Chairman Frank Fahrenkopf told me something I will never forget. I mentioned to him that I was invited to some fancy dinner. He said, "You know those invitations go to the title and not the person." Yeah, that's true, as the person moves on, the invitations change.

So that's good to know, cause you are a good person who gives back to his profession. You have an open invitation to the Marketing Edge podcast.

All the best, and Happy New Year to all of the members of the Social Media Breakfast Cincinnati.

Jennifer McClure

Congratulations on the PRSA Award and other mentions on the Interwebs! Well deserved. I'm looking forward to continuing to learn from your example and seeing more great things happen for you in the future!

Russell Cavanagh

Agree with your realist optimism for 2009. More of this is needed ... and may yet transpire (for what is the alternative?). All the best for the New Year.

David E. Bowman

Stay Classy Cincinnati. Congrats Mr Burgundy... I mean Dugan.

Robin Feltner

I've said it before and I'll say it again.....rock star! You are Cincinnati's social media rock star. Congratulations. Well deserved.

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