Occupy Wall Street protesters picked up by public relations firm Workhous pro-bono.
The revolution will be publicized.
The Occupy Wall Street movement got a pro-bono boost last week from a not-so-underground source: a Manhattan public relations firm.
The largely anonymous protesters who’ve clogged Zucotti Park near the World Trade Center for the last two weeks-and who, on Saturday swarmed the Brooklyn Bridge-received what sources tell us was an unsolicited email blast from empathetic members of Workhouse Publicity.
The Chelsea-based PR firm-which, according to its website has worked with Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, Interview magazine, filmmaker Tim Burton, Bergdorf Goodmanand Saks Fifth Avenue-sent out the mesage, titled “Occupy Wall Street: News From the Front” to a number of media outlets, socialites and celebrities on Wednesday.
The message linked to a Facebook photo gallery that depicted black-and-white images of demonstrators and their protest signs.
The pictures were posted by Workhouse CEO Adam Nelson and though the company initially declined to comment on the email, it later issued a statement:
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