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hillary clinton(Atlanta, GA) Hillary Clinton will make an appearance at the National Association of Convenience Stores convention in Atlanta tomorrow.  Social media will be mum though.

Jim Galloway writing at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s “Political Insider” published an email sent from Erin Pressley, the Vice President of Publishing for the National Association of Convenience Stores.

As will be communicated tomorrow at the Closing General Session with Former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, social media, photography, recording, writing about and/or videotaping any part of the session is prohibited.

In addition, the Harry Walker Agency has asked us to communicate the following information to all media attendees:

The NACS Show Closing General Session on Tuesday, October 15 from 8:45 am to 10:00 am is closed to the press. Media members attending the NACS Show will not be permitted to attend the General Session.

Thank you for your understanding.

Erin Pressley
Vice President of Publishing
NACS: The Association for Convenience & Fuel Retailing

I certainly understand having a session closed to the press, that’s nothing new, but to say people can’t use social media?  Good luck with that.

HT: Dylan Byers

Photo credit: Frank Plitt via Wikimedia Commons (CC by 3.0 DE)

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