Press Release/ Sara Surber

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Press Release/ Sara Surber

  1. 1. Scott Institute<br />1040 Gulf Breeze Parkway<br />Pensacola, FL 32561<br />850-555-5555<br />FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE<br />Contact:<br />Sara Surber<br />Public Relations Director<br />Communications Management<br />850-555-5525<br />Scott Institute Press Conference at 6 p.m.<br />GULF BREEZE, Florida-Nov. 23, 2010- The Scott Institute has recently been under scrutiny as a result of the comments made about one of our esteemed clients, Joe Dakota, by one of our staff members. <br />At this time, in accordance with doctor/patient confidentiality, we can neither confirm nor deny any of the allegations made about our client to be true or false. <br />On behalf of the organization we would like to apologize to Mr. Dakota, Atlanta Snakes’ fans and the community for these harmful allegations about our beloved star quarterback. <br />We take full responsibility for the incident and promise to make every effort possible to reduce any further damages. In addition, we are holding a Press Conference to publicly address this incident at Scott Institute in the main hall at 6:00 p.m.<br />###<br />###<br />

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