Veterans Who Run Full-Page Ads in the Wall Street Journal (George C. Turek Edition II)

As the hardworking staff previously noted, former Navy aviator/current Texas civilian George C. Turek ran this ad in the Wall Street Journal last week:

 

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We promptly sent these questions to Mr. Turek:

• Why did you choose the Wall Street Journal?

• Did you run the ad in any other print or online publications?

• What kind of response have you gotten, either in the mainstream media or social media?

• Can you tell me how much you paid for the ad?

• Any plans to run more ads?

And Mr. Turek, almost as promptly, sent this answer:

John, the day after the ad ran I received a call from Congress asking me to give testimony before the (Full) House VA Committe on June, 25th in Washington.

I would say the ad was pretty effective.

Regards,

Geo. Turek

We would say the same thing.

 

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2 Responses to Veterans Who Run Full-Page Ads in the Wall Street Journal (George C. Turek Edition II)

  1. So the key to a quick response from Congress is a) run a NYT ad, or b) propose another way to funnel public money to private hands?

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