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Can someone post the Bush ad in newspaper??

this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; I hope this reflects the sincere feelings of RB and not a public relations job. The remaining question will be the potential of a holdout, which begs the question will the Saints break tradition and pay RB more that the ...

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Old 05-04-2006, 02:50 PM   #11
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I hope this reflects the sincere feelings of RB and not a public relations job. The remaining question will be the potential of a holdout, which begs the question will the Saints break tradition and pay RB more that the 1st round pick. RB's agent will negotiate and then the agent will hit his stop number. If Benson is unwilling to belly up to the bar then Benson will move back to his "most hated" status. If ever there was a time for Benson to put his money where his mouth is it is now.
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:21 PM   #12
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I would bet the Saints PR dept. is responsible for the ad and paid for it. Not to take away from Reggie, but I think that's the way it worked.
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Old 05-04-2006, 03:47 PM   #13
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There are a number of things that could keep Mr. Bush in New Orleans for a very long time. First, I don't think his marketablity is hurt by being in New Orleans. Do you think Subway, Addias, or Hummer are going to drop him because he's been drafted by the Saints? He will get his marketing opportunities because he's marketable already at the national level. Another thing that will keep Reggie in New Orleans is the city's beautiful women. I spent 26 years in the USAF and I travelled all over the world. There are beautiful people everywhere but not in the abundance it's found in N.O. Do you think the man likes to eat? Where can he get the kind of food he's been introduced to in the last 5 days? Allow me to answer that question...NOWHERE! Finally, I live in Atlanta, GA now and I tell people to look at New Orleans as an emerging market (don't know why none of your mayoral candidates didn't coin that phrase)...he will have an opportunity with all of his wealth to not only contribute to the recovery but also benefit from the city's recovery...he's at the right age to benefit from for the rest of his life...there will be countless opportunities for people with the kind of money he will have in the next few months...don't worry, you guys are going to treat him like royalty and he'll never want to leave.
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