We got a good laugh over this one… Next time, I’m going to charge him for advertising like this!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 29, 2009
MOVE OVER ARPAIO – THERE MAY BE A NEW PR SHERIFF IN TOWN
Local PR Firm Extends Job Offer to Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich
SCOTTSDALE, AZ, JAN. 27, 2009 – Rod Blagojevich is a wanted man. Wanted by the media, wanted by the law, and now, wanted by Arizona’s top PR firm. In an unprecedented move, Scottsdale-based Rose & Allyn Public Relations is extending a job offer, through the media, to Illinois’ most infamous politician and alleged senate seat salesman.
What makes him perfect for the job? Is it the unfortunate coif? His recognition of the value of press above all else, including court dates, trials and deadlines? His pure, unadulterated, shameless self-promotion? His ability to thread the political needle with his savvy selection of Roland Burris to the US Senate?
“Rarely do we see an individual with the combination of such brazen confidence coupled with the ability to fascinate the media and public,” said company President Jason Rose. “We thought friend and client Sheriff Joe Arpaio was the greatest political pitchman of our time. No more. So we want Rod to know there’s a home for him here in Arizona, at Rose & Allyn.”
After all, Arizona has long been a respite for the famous and infamous. Think Mike Tyson, Sammy “The Bull” Gravano, and Gary Condit, among others.
Salary is negotiable, but in the event Blagojevich doesn’t pan out, Rose is not willing to sell the seat to the highest bidder.
Since 1996, Rose & Allyn Public Relations has been the top PR firm in Arizona, representing more than 230 companies, characters and causes. For more information, visit www.RoseandAllynpr.com or call 480 423 1414.
Paid for by one aggressive, creative, public relations firm who admires the same in others, even though we disagree with antics concerning US Senate seat appointments. Please note that we broke this story on our Facebook page, and via Twitter. Are you following us? You should be.