Clean Up BPPA

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CRA Int’l: “The organization had no authority”

Charles River Associates International responded to an email informing them of the offensive speech in the BPPA newsletter by saying that BPPA had “no authority” to place an ad in their name in the Pax Centurion newsletter. They have asked BPPA to remove it.

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  1. Pingback: Are Scholarships the Priority of BPPA’s Scholarship Fundraising? « Clean Up BPPA

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This entry was posted on 07/02/2012 by in advertisers, drop, response, sponsor.

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