Mike Holtzman, President of BLJ Worldwide, an international public relations firm, and a business partner of Peter Brown, the Beatles’ former manager, recently made news.
According to a recent report by Politico, the Washington insider’s bible, Holtzman saved a suicidal man who jumped onto the tracks at Penn Station in New York City. Holtzman, using his iPhone, signaled the train’s driver to stop while speaking to the suicidal man, a Hindu, in his native language. He told him, “You are loved,” and persuaded him to extend his arms so he could be hoisted up onto the platform.
“He did it all in a Zegna suit,” the report noted.
Holtzman is a College of William and Mary...