Press Release for "No-Sugar Added poetry" book

In case you work for a local publication or TV channel, you know someone who does or you can take the time to contact local media, we thought we'd post in here our press release announcing the "No-Sugar Added poetry" book (see the link at the bottom of this post).

If you know of any media who may be running a story about the "No-Sugar Added poetry" book, please post about it in here.

Thanks in advance for your help getting the word out about this project!


CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR THE PRESS RELEASE ---> No-Sugar Added Poetry Release.doc <--- CLICK ON THIS LINK FOR THE PRESS RELEASE


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Comment by Gerri on July 27, 2010 at 1:39am
I have some contacts at the local newspaper (The Roanoke Times). I'll send it on.
Comment by Andrea on July 28, 2010 at 7:13am
Do we leave all of the information the same when sending it to local media? Or would I change it to say Kansas City, MO. Just checking. Thanks!
Comment by Manny Hernandez on July 28, 2010 at 7:48am
Well, the opening thing (Berkeley, CA, etc.) would need to stay the same, b/c that is where the foundation is located. But anything else that you feel can be adjusted to better speak to local media, please go ahead and do so. :)

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