PR Newswire Broadcast Minute for Thursday November 6, 2008
Famed Etch A Sketch artist Tim George has unveiled his much-anticipatedrendering of the next President of the United States, Barack Obama on electionnight, 2008. The latest work of art will join George's forty-three otherpresidential Etch A Sketch masterpieces in an exhibit to be displayed at theOhio Statehouse. Known as Mr. Etch A Sketch, Tim George gained popularity as aresult of his unparalleled ability to create intricate sketches on the classicdrawing toy which uses two knobs to control a single line on a screen. Inadvance of the election day results, George prepared a likeness of bothSenators Barack Obama and John McCain.
Americans Say Economy Will Improve in Three Years, Divided on Health CareCoverage Improvement
The results of a study conducted by H-C-D Research among almost threethousand self-reported Republicans, Democrats and Independents revealed thatwhile the majority of all parties reported that the economy will improvewithin three years, they were divided on the issue of health care coverage.
Healthy Eating Expert Ellie Krieger Joins Yoplait(R) Yo-Plus(TM) to RaiseAwareness of Digestive Health
Registered dietitian, celebrity chef, and New York Times best-sellingauthor Ellie Krieger, of Food Network fame, joins Yoplait Yo-Plus in spreadingthe word on the benefits of digestive health. Yo-Plus contains live and activeprobiotic cultures specifically designed for digestive health and cannaturally regulate the balance of microorganisms in the digestive system wheneaten daily.
NASCAR Driver Greg Biffle in Race for Blood Donations
Through a new national campaign this racing season, called Red CrossRacing, the American Red Cross is helping to increase the number of blooddonors and to encourage people to give blood more often. 3M, Roush FenwayRacing and the Red Cross are partnering with Greg Biffle -- driver of RoushFenway Racing's number sixteen Ford Fusion -- to help raise awareness duringthe 2008 racing season about the ongoing need for blood donations.
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