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January 4, 1992
Ruffolo Public Relations announced Friday that it will be handling publicity for Brigham Young University's men's volleyball team. Not only that, but the company president, Jeff Ruffolo, plans to broadcast play by play of the games for a radio station in Salt Lake City. Ruffolo said he has never played volleyball but is an avid fan. Ruffolo, head of the 9-year-old agency that employs three people in Laguna Niguel, estimated that the account will bill less than $30,000 annually.
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January 4, 1992
Ruffolo Public Relations announced Friday that it will be handling publicity for Brigham Young University's men's volleyball team. Not only that, but the company president, Jeff Ruffolo, plans to broadcast play by play of the games for a radio station in Salt Lake City. Ruffolo said he has never played volleyball but is an avid fan. Ruffolo, head of the 9-year-old agency that employs three people in Laguna Niguel, estimated that the account will bill less than $30,000 annually.
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