Since ZTPR President Zack Teperman started ZTPR, Corona has been not only the company mascot but the “ZTPR Animal Coordinator” who was a favorite of all clients at various events/happenings. In addition, Corona was a product model who was seen on countless billboards and ads across the world. Sadly, Corona passed away on July 24th, 2020, but his love and cuteness will live on forever!
One of ZTPR President’s very first clients when he started his career in public relations, Naya was an incredibly strong & talented woman with a passion for the arts that helped to inspire people through her voice and various platforms. She was a star, a loving mother, friend and overall person… and will always be missed/remembered!
A veteran journalist who launched and hosted ‘Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous’ in 1984 which aired until 1995, was a true friend of ZTPR since the start. Robin helped tell the many stories of our clients in his Las Vegas Review-Journal column, and was always the first to lend a hand or give any advice when we came calling. He will forever be missed!
Even though he was totally blind in one eye and had 15% vision in the other, nothing kept Tommy from drawing, and creating iconic comic books that will always be remembered. From his work on the Batman, Tales From the Crypt and King Kong comics, to his most recent comic title alongside ZTPR, 100 Days of Death, Tommy’s love for what he did will live on forever. It was an honor to all of us at ZTPR to work for Tommy and help bring his detailed work to people everywhere.
Sam Simon, the co-creator of “The Simpsons” and founder of The Sam Simon Foundation in partnership with PETA passed away after a long battle with cancer on March 8th 2015. ZTPR is honored to have worked & traveled alongside Sam and his charity work, and will forever remember his teachings and advice.
Actor Ben Woolf was known to many from his roles on FX’s American Horror Story. Ben passed away after a tragic accident in Hollywood on Monday February 23rd. Not only was Ben incredible within his work, but he was the kindest, and most passionate of people we have ever met, and are blessed to have been able to call him a client & friend. He will never be forgotten.