WINDY CITY TIMES
||LGBTQIA+-focused talent group launches in Orlando, Chicago and Miami
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Orlando-based experiential marketing company, 82 South, Inc., has launched MODE (Made on Diversity and Equality) Talent Group this month to promote LGBTQIA+ and other underrepresented talent for bookings in fashion, advertising, media content and live experiences/events.
Following in the footsteps of parent company 82 South, Inc., MODE Talent Group will have a national presence, with offices based in Orlando, Chicago and Miami.
As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, Brian Riha, chief experience officer for 82 South, said in a statement, "Our team is dedicated to expanding LGBTQIA+ visibility and making new strides in the industry through talent placement."
MODE will also represent and book drag performers, who have become increasingly sought after in all forms of media and events.
Those interested in being represented by or booking talent through MODE can reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.modetalentgroup.com .
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