Laurie Nelson

Account Executive, PR
Laurie is a well-oiled machine, able to switch gears daily despite how fast the public relations world happens. To Laurie, these challenges are merely opportunities to learn something new.

Laurie is an expert in many different industries and approaches them with a “think from all perspectives” mentality.

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Weirdest thing you've ever eaten?
I ate something called 'Mofongo"  in Puerto Rico once. I'm still not entirely sure what it was, but it wasn't that bad!

Favorite drink?
Barq's root beer

Celebrity crush?
Milo Ventimiglia (AKA Jess from Gilmore Girls). That leather jacket? Yes, please.

Would you rather have 6 puppies or a 3-legged cat?
Oh, six puppies for sure! ALL THE CUDDLES!

Favorite villain?
"Badaboom. Name's Hades. Lord of the dead." – Hades, from Hercules. He's more hilarious & a little sassy than he is evil.

Public Broadcasts

Laurie's Blog Posts

HCK2 to host Social Media Day in Dallas and Addison - #TXSMDay

- June 26, 2017

It’s official, even Mashable agrees! HCK2 is bringing Social Media Day to our home town of Addison, as well as Dallas on Friday, June 30. 

Estimated reading time: 1 minute, 45 seconds

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Truly making Lemonade. Four things we can learn about handling bad press from Beyoncé’s Lemonade

- July 05, 2016

Summer is finally here, but we didn’t have to wait for the heat to rise to start sippin’ on Beyoncé’s lemonade. Back in April, the queen herself began releasing five to seven second promos of the ambiguous “Lemonade,” set to premier on April 23 exclusively on HBO. With no indication of what was to come on this holy day for members of the B-Hive, fans tuned in with anticipation and Twitter accounts at the ready as they prepared for the big event.

Estimated reading time: 2 minutes, 54 seconds

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Favorite Quote

“Sometimes all you need is 20 seconds of insane courage. Just, literally, 20 seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something great will come of it.” – Benjamin Mee, We Bought a Zoo