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The LizyT Show with CEO of KahamProduction Myrna Kaham

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Myrna Kahan is a bilingual Public Relations Personality at its finest, representing her roots to the highest wherever she goes as a successful Hispanic business woman and Journalist from San Juan Puerto Rico-USA; long with her 31 years of marketing hand-on experience in Toronto, Canada, she has also worked some of Canada’s most successful event productions such as Tropicana and Tropicuba at the legendary Lime Light Theatre in Toronto.

Myrna has been on the Board of Directors for the annual Canada's Wonderland Latin Fest, Emery Village Festival 2010 held at Plunkett Park, the Caritas Latin Ball event organizer and Co-chair. For the past 5 years she has been responsible one of La Paz, Bolivia first in class modeling agency while producing pageants along with TV commercials and special events for the international South American audience, the producer of “Miss Mundo Latino Internacional” and the owner of “Latin Press Canada” (newspaper). 

She is known for her well established reputation, valuable contacts all over the world and count with a flourishing career within the Canadian Hispanic community with a history of main events such as 2000 Latin Parade in Mel Lastman Square, shows with main stream international Latin artists like Jose Feliciano, David Bisbal, Ricky Martin, and in 2016 producer for the show Lorca Madly in Love with David Morales and Miguel Poveda at the Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall in New York where it was a huge success.

 Kahan Productions’ marketing campaign goal is to provide smart promotional vehicles, niche-marketing plan targeting the ethnic communities through promotional activities throughout the year. Her goal is to continue to offer meaningful and promotional coverage to the growing and established, growing segments of the Hispanic communities on TV, Radio and Social Media in Canada. 

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