Bev Moser, a well-respected industry vet for over 20 years, has worked with vast array of Nashville’s well-known artists and events. After much encouragement of respected industry peers, the decision to pursue her own entity was born. The new firm B! Noticed Public Relations offers a wide range of professional public relations services that enable her to create an individual package that best suits the needs of clients, identifying the specific needs of each client in order to connect with their target audience. Her goal in business is helping clients promote a successful future.
Prior to opening her own PR Firm, she was the VP of Publicity for the Public Relations division of 117 Entertainment Group, assisting in initial growth of the client base and achieving pinnacle goals for the entity.
Moser honed her skills in journalism and production management while representing online country music social media outlet Digital Rodeo for nearly ten years. During her tenure, she took on the responsibility of growing the firm from an online news site, to producing and promoting monthly artist showcases and a very successful week-long live multi-artist stage performance show during one of Nashville’s prominent festivals.
She is an energetic entrepreneur who continues to own and operate Moments by Moser Photography, an entity she started after moving to Nashville in 2000. Prior to her relocation to Music City, she worked several years as an on-air radio personality and morning co-host for US92 in Nebraska.
Over the span of her career, Ms. Moser has worked with a variety of music artists from all genres, to include those at the beginning of their career to music icons, hall of fame inductees and Grand Ole Opry members, television and movie actors, NFL, NHL and MLB athletes, celebrities, book authors and many more.
In addition to her professional accomplishments, Moser is a member of the Country Music Association (CMA) and NATD, serves on the Advisor
y Board at NOSSI College of Art and the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Planning Committee. Ms. Moser was the proud recipient of many distinguished accolades during her role of Co-Chair for the Northeast Nebraska Relay For Life; was recognized as an outstanding active member and role model by the Norfolk Jaycees (Jr Chamber of Commerce) and continues to this day to be very involved in her community and youth sports activities.
She considers herself fortunate to have been able to work in several different aspects of the music and entertainment industry during the last two decades and to people interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment business, she offers these words of wisdom:
“My advice is to be flexible and willing to do whatever you have to do to find your place. There is not a magic instruction booklet for this ever-changing industry. Follow your heart and keep your dreams in front of you, and always treat others the way you would want them to treat you.”