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Elizabeth Traub
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Elizabeth Traub is a forward-thinking, social producing & RELATIONSHIP building consultant that values character, sustainability & idea-phoria off the charts.

Her experience in product development & campaign development work well in diverse industries. Working hard to help you build the important RELATIONSHIPS to grow your company. From entertainment, music, investment and the television industry. She can help take your company in the direction you want to go. Working with authors, investors, musicians and products you use every day.

Elizabeth was reecently recognized as a “Customer Experience Expert” by IMB Commerce, Elizabeth shares with witty and fun conversations and important strategies to get to know your customers, build relationships and win their friendship, trust and business.

Elizabeth resides in the Columbia Gorge in the resort community of The Dalles, OR

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Big Box You Better Get Your Boutique On

(0) Comments | Posted February 12, 2016 | 2:16 PM

I stood in line at Target to check out. Dozens of people in front of me and I am wishing now I would have taken a picture. There, dozens of customers standing in line with their phones, asking and showing the cashier...
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Three Must-Do's Before Producing Your Music

(0) Comments | Posted February 2, 2016 | 11:00 PM


You love to write music. You have the gift of taking the emotions of your story and putting it on paper; then paired with musical notes that tumble across the pages. Soon your composition is brilliantly written and you know that today, with...

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5 Ways To Help Your Retail Business

(0) Comments | Posted January 20, 2016 | 2:29 PM

I have been a retailer for over 25 years running a once multi-million dollar kids furniture and accessory store. Which qualifies this title of "Five Ways To Help Your Retail Business" just a little. This retail business not only grew me up in business, but opened BIG doors as a...

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To Live or to Die

(37) Comments | Posted January 17, 2013 | 4:30 PM

I told no one of that one decision to live or to die. The fear was greater than words I could ever speak. I would be disowned by my family. I would be marked with a permanent scar of judgments. I was scared, alone, married and pregnant with another man's...

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