Marcia Groff, Entertainment Enterprises

Founder Marcia Groff has worked in many areas of the entertainment industry. Prior affiliations include EMI America Records, as National Coordinator of Artist Development, working with recording industry luminaries such as Kenny Rogers, Kim Carnes, David Bowie and Sir Cliff Richard, as well as various entertainment public relation firms working on accounts that included Julie Andrews, Eartha Kitt and Barbara Eden, to name a few. While at CCR Video Corporation/Facets Entertainment she worked on Discovery Channel’s award-winning television series “Hollywood Chronicles” and A&E’s Cable Ace nominated series “The Edge and Beyond,” narrated by James Coburn. PBS productions include the “Feather Awards,” a ballroom dancing awards show and “Dave Koz: Off the Beaten Path, Live from Trinidad and Tobago.” Recent production credits include the reality based pilot “Rock and Roll Chop Shop” and the documentaries “Emphasis on Art” and “The Real Reel West.”

Currently Entertainment Enterprises is the media consultant for Hit City Records and the Baton Rouge based band Henry Turner, Jr. & Flavor; Prestbury Books and screenwriter and actress Gloria Parker’s biography Meeting Robyn.