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Local Project Purple Public Relations

Don’t forget to publicize The Herren Project’s Project Purple in your local media including newspaper and TV. Below you will find a pre-formatted press release to customize for your team. Fill in your team information including contact name, phone/e-mail, the date of the release and your team name in the title of the release and you are ready to e-mail or mail it out to your local media promoting your participation in the 2014 Project Purple initiative launch.

Together we can make a difference, celebrating life and supporting one another. Go Project Purple!

Press Release

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“The path you take is up to you. Make good choices, dream big, it is never too late.”

-       Chris Herren


1 person dies every 19 minutes from drug overdose in the United States.
The Partnership at Drugfree.org

New information released today shows a rise in teen use of performance-enhancing substances. Read more from the... fb.me/1RWPdirl2

My son is growing up, and he's going to have to make choices for himself. I want him to spread his wings and... fb.me/71GowdhhY

What kills more than cars, guns, & accidental falls? DRUG OVERDOSES! Educate yourself. Know the facts. fb.me/1pQbYBfi5

Family Day at Camp Welch Assonet MA 8/24 11 -5pm. Event is free & fun 4 whole family! @c_herren @Mike_Herren pic.twitter.com/ylKAb8ydrH

SAMHSA is launching a new mobile app that features a simulated new video game-like tool to help parents practice... fb.me/1B4AtPMki

Teens are drawn to the thrills of drugs and alcohol but unfortunately, with still-developing brains, early-use... fb.me/3quSoCqbX

A SAMHSA report reveals that substance abuse during early adolescence or adolescence is linked to long-term... fb.me/6KOPDrmjK

The info not shared at college orientation! 80% of college students admit to using alcohol, and of those, around... fb.me/6Fls2DBNQ

You have the power to make a difference. Change the world! fb.me/6VPfDQqEX

Read about marijuana's negative health effects and why risks are greater for teen users fb.me/6EFMuTgTp

Did you know that both heroin and Vicodin are opioids? Educate yourself. Educate your teen. #goprojectpurple fb.me/6wYsPuHgx