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DIAL-THE-PREZ HOTLINE GETS MESSAGES TO THE PRESIDENT

 CHICAGO, Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released by Chicago entrepreneur Gary Cohn of 900 Voice Inc.:
 PRESIDENT BUSH HAS STICKY BUNS!!...
 ... The latest chant from Saddam Hussein?
 ... A newly revealed medical problem bothering the outgoing
 president?
 ... The latest message left by a caller on Dial-The-Prez?
 The answer is, of course, No. 3, as told by Bonnie Maillie from Reading, Pa.,: While working in a grocery store Bonnie was visited by George Bush and his Secret Service entourage. "President Bush was buying sticky buns' while I unknowingly was giving a Secret Service agent a potato chip sample!"
 These and other stories are flooding the Dial-The-Prez hot line, 1-900-370-1000. Callers from all over the country are sending their well wishes to the Bushes, Quayles and even Millie (first dog).
 For $2.49 a minute callers can leave their comments to the outgoing GOP leaders and their families. All comments are transcribed into letter form and sent air express to the White House.
 As President Bush's spokesperson Paul Luthringer tells it, "All comments with a name and address will be answered" (by the White House). Every comment is read by a White House staff person and many find their way to the president himself.
 All calls before Jan. 20 will be sent to the Bush staff and answered by same. Calls on and after the 20th must specify which president (Bush or Clinton) they're meant for.
 The service will continue as the Clinton hot line and all comments will be handled the same as the Bush comments.
 Callers must be 18 or older and the average call is two minutes. Deaf callers may leave their comments on Dial-The-Prez TDD (TDD telephone terminal) only, $1.99 a minute.
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 /NOTE: For more information or for a media demo line, CONTACT: Gary Cohn of 900 Voice Inc., 312-509-8100 or (fax) 708-520-7291/


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