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Political Power Couple & Marketing & Media Pros Tracy Lamourie & Dave Parkinson

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Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes a Husband & Wife, political power-couple with resumes much too long to include here so you'll have to tune in to hear how this couple has changed the world and their mission is not complete...

-Tracy Lamourie is the President of Lamourie Public Relations. She represents a diverse selection of entertainment and political clients. She’s also a social justice activist with a long history of work on various international and local issues. A seasoned political campaigner with a 20 yr resume of political work. In the 2011 Ontario Provincial Election she was Campaign Mgr for the Provincial NDP in the riding of Chatham-Kent-Exxex. Currenty, Campaign Mgr for Matt Mernaugh, Candidate for Mayor, and is acting as an advisory role for the coming Federal Election for several Candidates across the country.

-Dave Parkinson A well known local personality, is comfortable on both sides of the television camera and radio mic, having been on TV across Canada and the US representing the CCADP which he co founded along with Tracy. He is also a musician, an actor, and an excellent voice over artist, having been called "Canada's Golden Throat" by one client.

Married since 1994, together they have been involved with many causes - they advocated on behalf of Canadians imprisoned abroad, fought against the death penalty, organized actions in support of the LGBT community that made international media, advocate on behalf medical marijuana patients, – and are well known on the international stage for their work in prisoner justice issues, wrongful convictions and fighting the death penalty – as founders and Directors of the Canadian Coalition Against The Death Penalty, which they co-founded in 1998. Their work against the international death penalty was featured in an hour long documentary that aired on Canada's national broadcaster, CBC, in 2003.

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