It’s no secret that when a group of PR folks get together they often compare notes about the people/businesses they have worked with over the years.
More often than not they share horror stories about what it was really like working with clients. The old “She demanded certain colored M & M’s in her dressing room before she would perform” stories abound.
Or “His mistress had to be on the floor below at his hotel.”
That’s why the story making the rounds today about popular singer/songwriter/musician Jason Mraz, who performed at Starlight Theatre last night, is so refreshing.
The 35-year-old from Mechanicsville, VA, is currently touring the country and recently performed on the “Jimmy Fallon Show.” He will be closing down his tour at Madison Square Garden in December.
Pretty heady stuff.
But on his visit to KC Mraz on Wednesday he reportedly sauntered into a new vegan restaurant that opened in May on Southwest Boulevard called Cafe Gratitude. After he was done eating he pulled out his guitar and played three songs for the folks there. Then at his concert he gave a wonderful plug for the restaurant (link to story in 435 South magazine) and encouraged fans to check the place out. You can be sure the restaurant owners are on a cloud today.
And, no, Mraz is not a Bottom Line Communications client. But we wouldn’t turn him down…