Paul Maccabee


Called a “creativity guru” by the Minneapolis Star Tribune and “always alert to offbeat angles” by the Wall Street Journal, Paul brings to clients 32+ years of PR and social media marketing experience with such brands as 3M, Hormel, Caribou Coffee, General Mills, Deluxe Corp, Pitney Bowes, OfficeMax, NordicTrack, Hazelden, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Minnesota and Cirque du Soleil.

Winner of the Chicago Publicity Club’s Creativity Award, Paul worked at Mona Meyer McGrath & Gavin PR (now Weber Shandwick), Minda Advertising and Public Relations, and Kamstra Communications. Paul won the IABC national Gold Quill for staging the “biggest food fight since the Boston Tea Party,” engaged Dueling Elvis Presley impersonators for M&M/Mars Chocolate, and created the Kemps Sound of Mooing Contest, which asked America’s singers to moo popular music like cows.

Paul is passionate about John Dillinger-era crime history and Delta blues slide guitar. He has been featured in three A & E Cable TV documentaries, on ABC-TV’s “20/20” and on the History Channel’s “Crime Story” TV special.