Thursday, January 24, 2008

ABC Press Release Draft


Contact Information: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Evan Nielson
ABC Real Estate
123 Creative Way, Logan Utah 84321

January 24, 2008


Logan, Utah- Bret Cob, founder and president of ABC Real Estate LLC, announced today that ABC Real Estate is looking for a variety of investors in the Cache Valley area. The Logan branch, headed by Evan Nielson, will be developing a beneficiary-directed equity holding trust in the Cache Valley area.

“This program is designed to help people step away from the renting world, and help all those involved benefit from the beneficiary trust system,” stated Cob.

The settler beneficiary, resident beneficiary, investor beneficiary and credit beneficiary all play essential roles in the trust program. This program is designed so that all beneficiaries will receive rewards from program.

The job of the settler beneficiary is to supply the house. The resident beneficiary(s) job is to pay the mortgage payment while building credit and equity at the same time. The credit beneficiary is to supply the credit for the loan, while the investor beneficiary provides the needed to money to provide the down payment for the loan.

Bret Cob explained that ABC Real Estate’s job would be to provide the labor to complete the paperwork and guarantee two months of mortgage payments to guarantee that the deal has time to get on its feet.

“We feel that this program will benefit so many people in different ways. This will provide a whole new world for the middle class. We are here to simplify the process and make it possible for anyone to do this.” Cob said.

Cob feels that this will open new doors for people and help them see things in a whole new light.

ABC Real Estate was founded in July, 2007 by Bret Cob. Evan Nielson is ABC strategic partner with an office in Logan, Utah.

For information concerning ABC Real Estate LLC, please contact Katie Seamons at (801) 540- 8521 or

Thursday, January 17, 2008

Letter to Cousin, Assignment 1

Katie H Seamons
694 North 200 East
Logan Utah, 84321

Dear Laura,

Over the holidays we had a talk about the field of education that I have chosen to pursue. You had some interesting questions about what exactly public relations is and what I will be doing once I enter that field. I’ve decided to write you this letter and give you some specifics about the field.

One of the great things about public relations is that an education in PR opens up several doors and provides many opportunities. PR specialists can work for large corporations or design their own firm to serve their own clients on an individual basis. PR experience can also lead to work in the marketing field and other media relation departments.

While all of these fields can be branches of PR, the basics of PR are the profession of developing good relations between an organization or corporation and the public. This can also include the relations between an individual and the public. The job of a PR professional is generally to help create good feelings between two different bodies and work to make the media understand the situation taking place.

Most often, PR specialists give out information to the public or media in the form of a press release. A press release is often times written as if it is a news story and includes quotes and facts having to do with the topic being discussed. Press releases can be used for anything from informing the public of a new product, or to inform the public of a decision being made with in a corporation or organization. It is also the job of a PR specialist to help smooth sticky situations and voice information in a way that is not offensive or damaging to whom ever they are representing.

These really are just the basics though. Public Relations has several areas that can be included within the PR realm. I’m excited to learn more and I will keep you updated with how my studies go. Let me know if you have any questions and I will do my best to answer.

Best wishes,
Katie H Seamons

Friday, January 11, 2008

Amazing Quote!

"Flatter me, and I may not believe you. Criticize me, and I may not like you. Ignore me, and I may not forgive you. Encourage me, and I may not forget you."

First Blog!

So I finally decided that it was time to get with the rest of the world and create my own blog. Check back often!