PR Exec Seeks Real Estate for Companies Displaced by Crisis
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PR Exec Seeks Real Estate for Companies Displaced by Crisis

Alex Stanton, a principal at New York public relations firm Stanton Crenshaw Communications, is working to organize a free information clearinghouse that will find office space for businesses displaced by the World Trade Center attack.

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NEW YORK, September 13—Alex Stanton, a principal at New York public relations firm Stanton Crenshaw Communications, is working to organize a free information clearinghouse that will find office space for businesses displaced by the World Trade Center attack.
 
Says Stanton, “Underlying the tragic loss of life which has befallen our city and its people is another grim reality—many businesses in the World Trade Center area will be at severe risk if they cannot quickly find office space to house their people.”
 
Stanton says he is working to organize a free information clearinghouse that will match offers of immediately available office space, with business owners who need it. He says he anticipates demand from people who are looking for “an office or two” to those who need significantly more. And he emphasizes there is no intention to charge a fee or to broker any financial arrangement between the parties.
 
“We expect to have a web page launched on Thursday to accelerate this process,” he says.
 
Anyone who has office space to lend or rent, and anyone who knows someone who needs help, can contact Stanton via e-mail at [email protected].
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