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ABOVE: Orange County Library System Community Relations and Marketing Department Staff – March 2008.

Community Relations, now Marketing and Public Relations, is located on the 3rd floor of the Orlando Public Library in downtown Orlando. The staff publish the monthly library publication Books and Beyond and all the signs, posters and bookmarks found throughout the Orange County Library System! They are manage the library’s social media, print, radio, and television presence! They also coordinate and promote art exhibits and special events throughout the library system. The department is also responsible for the Friends of the Library Book Store and Gift and Greetings store at the downtown Orlando Public Library.

In June 2008, the Community Relations staff included: Program Coordinators Amanda Maneiro, Rebeka Jacobs and Erika Torres, Community Relations Specialist Jimi Kunkel, Community Relations Aides Rachel Baker and Wendy Michel, Graphic Designer Ben Garcia, Retail Operations Assistant Jason Taningco, Community Outreach and Administrative Coordinator Sara Brown, Assistant Manager Christine Feierabend, Programs and Promotions Development Manager Kris Woodson and Public Relations Administrator Tracy Zampaglione.

Back Row L-R: Kris Woodson, Jimi Kunkel, Ben Garcia. Middle Row L-R: Erika Torres, Christine Feierabend, Wendy Michel. Bottom Row L-R: Amanda Maneiro, Sara Brown, Rebeka Jacobs, Tracy Zampaglione. Not pictured Jason Taningco and Rachel Baker.

Community Relations Staff pose for a picture on Boss Day.

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Orange County Library System Community Relations and Marketing Department Staff - March 2008. Back Row L-R: Kris Woodson, Jimi Kunkel, Ben Garcia....

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Community Relations Staff pose for a picture on Boss Day.

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