News Release

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Jane Doe
MEMC Public Relations
555–555–5555
janedoe@memcpr.com

For Immediate Release:

Mountain East Medical Center Adopts New Department Head

Johnny Toler steps up to the position as head of the purchasing department after Bob Wilkinson’s resignation.

Toler has a background in pharmaceuticals and has worked at the hospital for for 13 years. His background and familiarity with the hospital administration made him a prime candidate to replace Wilkinson.

“This hospital means a great deal to me and my family, and I will give my best efforts to making our purchasing department the best. I learned from a fine man-Bob Wilkinson- and I hope I can continue to build on the foundation he established,” Toler said.

Toler’s wife, Carolyn, also works as head of the gynecology department at Mountain East Medical Center.

Wilkinson invested 15 years in the company after graduating with a degree in hospital administration. He has worked with Toler as his assistant for the past 13 years.

“Bob’s abilities will be greatly missed at this hospital, but I know that Johnny Toler is a person we can all depend on to do whatever is necessary to keep his department going. I have great faith in him and this hospital,” said hospital administrator Harry Illscott.

The staff and administration of Mountain East Medical Center are looking forward to working with Toler as the new department head and plan to continue growing as a leading hospital in the area.

Mountain East Medical Center is conveniently located near the center of Front Range city and specializes in treating trauma patients. MEMC aims to serve and impact their community by providing a broad range of top notch medical services by professionals. With innovating technology and specialized programs MEMC is a leading example in the medical field.

News Release 2- Tuition decrease
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Jane Doe
Burleson College Public Relations
555–555–5555
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For Release 11:45 a.m. Friday, March 25

Burleson College To Reduce Tuition by 10 percent

Burleson College announced 11:45 a.m. Friday that they will be reducing tuition by 10 percent for all students including out of state tuition.

“I am extremely pleased that the board has seen fit to follow our recommendations on lowering tuition costs. During the past several years, we have had to raise tuition a number of times for all of our students. Out-of-state students have been particularly hard-hit,” Said the president of Burleson College.

Due to these recent changes in tuition, the president is excited to announce a change bringing about lower rates. The board agreed on a new rate that will ease the financial burden and encourage out of state students to attend. By lowering the tuition across the board, the college will be able to maintain a competitive edge.

The current tuition costs are:

Undergraduate (in-state): $1050

Undergraduate (out-of-state):$1400

Graduate (in-state):$1200

Graduate (out-of-state): $1700

Each of these will be decreased by 10 percent for the upcoming semester. Burleson College hopes to welcome many new students and create an accessible campus by reducing tuition costs.

While decreasing tuition does mean a smaller budget, the president has clarified that no faculty or staff member will lose their job. Some departments will be strategically merged to broaden the scope of the studies while allowing them to operate more efficiently.

Burleson College is located in the plains of Texas just outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. They offer a wide variety of programs including a rigorous agricultural studies department. The college is expanding everyday and provides a local alternative to major universities.

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