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RISE President Discusses How Service Professionals Can Best Handle Media Relations

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Mentioning the number of people you employ and the number of customers you serve are important points for highlighting the credibility of your company and industry.

| January 7, 2011

ATLANTA, GA. – When speaking to public officials or the media, RISE President Aaron Hobbs recommends mentioning the number of people you employ, the number of customers you serve and the benefits your company offers.

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