Re: X-post: PRWeek Access?
- Hi Jocelyn,
I emailed you a scan of the page out of PRWeek containing the k'nex
write up. Congrats on that.
Also, thank you again for appearing on Cover Story with me this week.
You brought some excellent insights about networking and current
public relations methods. It was a real pleasure.
Anyone interested in hearing Jocelyn on Cover Story can listen to it
at http://tinyurl.com/2q9ojf .
--- In email@example.com, J Brandeis <jbrandeis1@...> wrote:
> Does anyone have access to PRWeek online or in print? I'm looking
> following story for a client:
> K'NEX leverages toys with 'Made in the USA' slogan
> Craig McGuire
> March 19 2008
> When the $22 billion toy industry was staggered by numerous recalls
> products made in China that were tainted by lead paint, K'NEX
> third largest toy construction company in the world, decided this
> its chance to distance itself from all the controversy.
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