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Miss Lori came to National attention in 2006 as the host of The PBS Kids Preschool block which she continued to film until 2009. However, she has always been Miss Lori through her company, Miss Lori’s CAMPUS, through which she has produced her 2008 iparenting award winning CD "Music n' Movement TOGETHER!" her family favorite DVD “Activate & Be Great!,” her original mixed media theatrical production “GROWING!,” her children’s stories “Little Miss Lori; Adventures in five year old living,” and the healthy interstitials she self produced which air on WTTW PBS Kids Chicago.

For the past five years Miss Lori’s CAMPUS has also teamed up with WTTW to produce and perform over 70 free live family concerts a year in the Illinois viewing area. In addition to her performance work Miss Lori is a highly regarded Social Media Influencer, and much sought after spokesperson, consultant and speaker. Her insightful thoughts about life, parenting and the social media threads that run through them are as real as her music. She has inspired audiences at BlogWorld, Blogalicious, SheCon, Pitch Refinery and the Social Rev Up Brands and Bloggers Conference. Miss Lori also lends her talents directly to businesses, performing her own special brand of "Marketainment," (Marketing + Entertainment), to strengthen the ties between companies and families through live events, videos and posts on MissLori.TV.

Miss Lori has championed brand messages for Sears, Cricket, Whirlpool, Lane Bryant, 1800Baskets, Nintendo, Chrylsler, Tropicana, GM, and Kodak to name a few. She has also served as a spokesperson and ambassador for organizations like The American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women BetterU program, and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry’s Healthy Smiles Healthy Children campaign.

But of all the titles Miss Lori holds her favorite is that of mom to her three children, Skyler, KAiANN and Jaedyn. Children and families across the country have fallen in love with Miss Lori's boundless energy, and passion, as well as her commitment to the development of young minds and bodies, all in an efort to strengthen the nuclear family. Her ability to foster creativity and imagination is a gift to treasure for many years to come. As Miss Lori always says “Let Your SMILE Shine On!”TM

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6 Ashton Kutcher Quotes Your Teen Should Hear

By Miss Lori |

Sunday night was the Teen Choice Awards broadcast on FOX. Yeah, I’m sure you meant to watch it, but you were probably busy sorting laundry, labeling school supplies, or doing absolutely anything else in the world. No, the Teen Choice Awards are not generally designed for parental viewing, but this year’s awards delivered something unexpected that I think you should take notice of — you and your kids. Ashton Kutcher, of That 70′s Show, Demi Moore, movies, and Two and a Half Men replacement fame, won an award. What award? … Oh please, I didn’t watch that closely. The award doesn’t matter though, what mattered was his acceptance speech, which coincidentally was about what matters in life. Since I care about you I won’t make you watch the broadcast reply. You’re welcome. Frankly, all of the teenage girls screaming in the background take away from the importance of the speech anyway. Instead I have boiled it down to 6 specific Ashton Kutcher quotes that are definitely worth your time and attention.

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6 Ashton Kutcher Quotes Your Teen Should Hear - Babble

Call Me Chris

"My name is actually not even Ashton. Ashton is my middle name. My first name’s Chris. It got changed when I was like 19 and I became an actor. But there are some really amazing things that I learned when I was Chris, and I wanted to share those things with you guys, because I think it’s helped me be here today."

 

Now I’m no fool. I understand that Ashton Kutcher has a new movie coming out, Jobs, and therefore, his attendance at the Teen Choice awards show was a very well orchestrated publicity event. But the Ashton Kutcher quotes, a la Jobs or not, have residual value and a whole lot of merit. Who knows, maybe your chid will grow up to be an Ashton, but you gotta hope that if he does, like Ashton, he’ll never forget that he started out as a Chris.

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Additional work from Miss Lori can be found at

MissLori.TVWearetherealdeal.comYoungChicagonista, and TheChicagoMoms.com.

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Miss Lori has been a champion of children and their families her whole life. She came to National attention in 2006 as the first ever host of the PBS Kids Preschool Block. Since then she has continued to service the community she loves through family concerts, Marketainment, inspirational speeches and social advocacy. You can follow her tireless efforts, but you had better put on your sneakers because she has more energy than the energizer bunny. Hop on over to MissLori.TV for even more useful information and as Miss Lori always says, "Let Your SMILE Shine On!" TM Read bio and latest posts → Read Miss Lori's latest posts →

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