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DETROIT NEWSPAPER AGENCY MAKES EMPLOYMENT ADS AVAILABLE TO HIGHLAND EMPLOYEES

 DETROIT, March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Employees of Highland Superstores, Inc., (NASDAQ: HIGH) who were told Tuesday morning that all stores are closed, have an opportunity to advertise for future employment in The Detroit News and Free Press classifieds at no cost.
 This announcement was made Tuesday afternoon by Richard J. McClennen, senior vice president/Marketing for the Detroit Newspaper Agency. In making the announcement, McClennen said, "We just want to do what we can to help these people make a new start. Highland has been very good for both newspapers and for the Detroit metropolitan area over the course of their 60-plus-year history, so we want to do something to help their employees now."
 All Highland employees will have the opportunity to run a 3-line employment ad twice, on Saturday, April 3, and Saturday, April 10. The ads will run under a special heading in The Detroit News and Free Press classified section on those Saturdays. In order to place ads, Highland employees should look for special ads in the classified sections of both The News and Free Press beginning today (Wednesday, March 17).
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 /CONTACT: Susie Miles, vice president/Marketing Services, Detroit Newspaper Agency, 313-222-6680/
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