my work is so random. sometimes i take silly pictures with my co-workers at the oregon state fair while eating elephant ears, sometimes i drink beer with tv reporters, sometimes i go shopping for office beautification, and sometimes i write about the suburban auto group saving owls...
in summary, an employee at suburban auto group on his day off was chilling around his house when he noticed a great horned owl stuck in some barbed wire that fenced the auto group (he lives across from his work...that's already kinda weird...and why he was looking at his work...i don't even know, but whatever.) he saw an owl...he knew his co-worker dennis supposedly knows a lot about animals so he went over and told dennis. dennis grabbed some gloves and a towel and went and untangled the owl. they took him to the audobon society who then informed the men that barbed wire injuries were the worst for birds due to resulting infections, fortunately however they were able to nurse the bird back to health. and now the owl is being released tomorrow at 5:00 p.m in the back field (its best to release the owls where you find them i guess) and i had to write a release about it.
don't get me wrong i love animals. i have three cats and a dog. and once i had 31 goldfish i had won at my elementary school fair. but when heather told me about it i kind of started to laugh...and she started laughing to and this is what i wrote.
"MEDIA ALERT/PHOTO OPPORTUNITY
september 27, 2007
media contact: heather stammer, r-west, email@example.com
SUBURBAN AUTO GROUP RESCUES OWL. AUDUBON SOCIETY NURSES OWL BACK TO HEALTH. THE BEAUTIFUL LUCKY SILKY FEATHERED LITTLE BEAUTY HONEY GREAT HORNED OWL WILL BE RELEASED BACK INTO THE WILD TODAY IN THE BACK FIELD BEHIND SUBURBAN AUTO GROUP.
come and experience with suburban auto group the release of portland’s newest little friend back into the wild today at 5:00 p.m.
sandy, ore., - two suburban auto group employees recently found and rescued a big great horned owl that was caught in the barbed wire fence surrounding the perimeter of the suburban auto group off of highway 26 in sandy, oregon. with gloves and a blanket the two men were able to free the bird and take it to the audubon society were the wounds were treated. barbed wire fence injuries are said to be some of the worst injuries a bird can have due to resulting infections. fortunately the owl was nursed back to a full recovery and will be released back into the wild.
when: today - thursday, september 27, 2007 at 5:00 p.m.
where: the backfield of the suburban auto group located at 36936 highway 26, sandy, oregon, 97055."
we edited the release before we sent it, "tightened" it up a little bit...but sean said we should have sent the original one out...and next time we very well might because according to heather,
"nobody will fucking drive to sandy oregon in rush hour traffic for this anyway...i guarantee you"