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#Detroit Radio Public Service Annoucement - Livonia Job Fair August 28, 2014

Greetings Radio General Manager/Programming,

Please air the attached recorded audio public service announcements for the August 28th job fair event, live read options are included in this email.

Get Hired In Michigan Job Fair - Radio Public Service Announcements

Attention Job Seekers: Livonia Job Fair, August 28! Come to the Holiday Inn Hotel from 9am-3pm. 50 companies hiring. Details at

Did you know Michigan companies are hiring again? The need for full and part-time employees is growing daily. Plan to attend the Livonia Job Fair at the Holiday Inn Hotel on August 28 from 9:00am until 3:00pm. Details at

Tired of looking for employment? Mark your calendar and plan to attend the Get Hired in Michigan Job Fair on August 28 at the Holiday Inn Hotel in the City of Livonia. Over 50 companies will be on site with 500 positions available. This is your opportunity to get hired now. Details at

Today Only! Over 50 companies are interviewing potential candidates at the Livonia Job Fair held at the Holiday Inn Hotel from 9:00am-3:00pm. This is your opportunity to meet local recruiters and get hired. Several companies are onsite interviewing candidates. Hurry go to 17123 North Laurel Park Drive in Livonia. Details at

Media Contact: Maria Westwood - or 734-956-4550

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