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  1. Patricia Randolph permalink
    June 14, 2012 2:34 pm

    Could you give me an update on Snapperfest this year? Is it still going on? Is Budweiser still promoting it or allowing its banner to be used? Thanks.

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    • June 15, 2012 9:09 pm

      Hi, Patricia~

      As of now there are no updates to Snapperfest and who the individual sponsors are. The original alert came from PETA but there are currently no updates to the event as of now.

      Stacey

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  2. June 19, 2012 2:24 pm

    Stacey, I work for The Brazil Times and I see that someone from my office has already tried to inform you that the media listed above is not going to be able to influence an event that is nearly 3 hours 150 miles away. A simple Google search would bring up actual LOCAL MEDIA around Ohio County, Indiana. For example: http://www.theohiocountynews.com/index.php, or any news organization in Ohio, since they would be closer than we are. I understand that you feel the need to help out but what you are doing now — along the lines of media involvement — is grossly misguided. Maybe you don’t understand small town papers or maybe you are unfamiliar with where we are actually located at in Indiana seeing as how you are “1,000 miles away.” I am just trying to tell you, you need to change your media approach. It’s tough out there for all newspapers, and a small town paper like us is unable to provide coverage on an event nearly a state away. But you know what paper probably could? The Ohio County paper I listed above. I dislike the animal cruelty that is taking place, but getting sometimes as many as 100 emails a day, for almost the past year is making it difficult to do my own job, and the effort is getting wasted on my delete button. Now, wouldn’t 100 emails a day, to the correct news organizations help? Yes, I think so.
    So what I’m asking you for, is to please take down the INCORRECT “local media” listed above and replace it with some that are less than 150 miles away.
    If you are unable to properly perform a Google search to find more legitimate media organizations to bombard with these e-mails I would be glad to help.
    Also, I’m assuming this is where the e-mails my coworkers and I have been getting are generated from, but if not let me know.

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