Rebekah Brown has been a journalist since 1984 working as a sports reporter with The Wisconsin State Journal, The Kansas City Star & Times, The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette. Sports Editor of The Michigan Chronicle. Sports Reporter, Boxing Columnist, Layout and Copy Editor for The Detroit News news and sports desks. Reporter, columnist for boxing magazines and publications.
Brown left The Detroit News strike for advertising to produce national campaigns for Fortune 500 companies for eight years with GlobalHue.
Brown produced advertising--TV, radio, print, PR and events--for clients including Advance Auto Parts, Alltel, American Cancer Society, Ameritech, Bank of America, Best Buy, Budweiser, Carson Beauty Products, The Chrysler Group, The CIAA Basketball Tournament,Corona, Domino’s Pizza, General Mills, Honda, Kmart, Michigan Lottery, Miller Brewing, McDonald’s, MillerCoors, Navy, Rieter Automotive, the University of Michigan Aphasia Program, Mindworks Learning Center, the Oakland Community College Combined Regional Emergency Services Training Program, Verizon Wireless, and Western Union.
Crisis Public Relations was next with Caponigro Public Relations. Then, large sports event production for Urban Sports & Entertainment Group.
Today, Brown is CEO of The Marketing Square, a Winter Park, Florida, and Madison, Wisconsin, website and ad agency.
Content is king and working with a staff of journalists and skilled webmasters, Brown builds legal, medical, financial and real estate websites telling clients' stories while advertising their edge.
Brown earned a B.A. in Journalism at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is a graduate of the Orange County Bar Association Leadership Law; Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Winter Park Class XXI. Brown is a Board Member of Hollow Creek Farm Equine & Canine Rescue; and, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists.