For Immediate Release
March 30, 2011
AARP Media Relations
AARP Statement in Reaction to Report Release
In reaction to the report released today by a few Members of Congress, AARP released the following statement from spokesperson Drew Nannis:
“AARP recently received a report issued by a few Members of Congress. We are currently reviewing the report and will make AARP leaders available to our members and to the press to answer any questions very shortly.”
Members of the press can join AARP President Lee Hammond and other Association staff at a press conference call scheduled for 4pm EDT today, Wednesday March 30. Information on accessing that call is available by emailing email@example.com or by calling the media relations office at 202-434-2560.
AARP will also host a web chat with Hammond at www.aarp.org on Thursday, March 31, at 4:00 EDT.
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