Humorous Press Release Sample: I had to write about an underwater pen that also writes upside down for the City of Ocala. THIS IS FICTIONAL
May 17, 2018
OCALA, Fla. (February 5, 2018) Ocala International Film Festival organizers are welcoming Barbara Bush as the inventor of an underwater pen, which is the latest in Silver Springs movie innovation.
Bush's pen also works upside-down, as well as underwater and is expected to be featured in the remake of "The Creature of the Black Lagoon Redux: Politics and the New Swamp." Film festival organizers are expecting a large Texas and Washington contingent of reception-goers. This reception is planned for February 11 at 4 p.m. at the Silver Springs State Park. General admission fees will still apply.
The City of Ocala and Silver Springs State Park envision this underwater pen as yet another development that will further community redevelopment in the western part of the city. Plans are underway to concede land and tax benefits to the Ocala Underwater Pen Manufacturing Plant which is expected to employ 50 workers. These workers must be hired from within the community for these concessions to apply.
Mavis Hornbuckle, president of the Ocala West Neighborhood Association, said, "We want to thank Barbara Bush and her investors for their interest in our economic revitalization. We look forward to employment gains in construction jobs as well." Mayor Gus Constantine will be on hand with other city officials to answer any questions citizens and dignitaries may have regarding future City of Ocala development and revitalization plans. The mayor will also be handing out underwater pens in a faux-pearl finish in honor of the inventor.
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