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This article was prepared for the March 2, 2005 issue of U.S. 1
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Between the Lines
Once again U.S. 1 finds itself at the crossroads of personal business
and business business. Our now annual camp issue helps working parents
cope with the dilemma of making arrangements for their children during
the summer months, and then making secondary arrangements during the
times (usually the week after school gets out and the week before
school starts again) when the primary camp is not in session.
Of course working parents don’t have to wait until summer to face
childcare challenges. As the recent snow days illustrate, parents in
the workplace face their own special challenges. If anyone has any
clever ideas for coping during a 90-minute delayed opening, or a 1
p.m. early dismissal, we are all ears.
By now most of the companies that will be listed in the 2005-’06 U.S.
1 Business Directory have heard from us. More than 5,000 faxes have
gone out; more than 700 letters have been mailed. We thank all of you
who have responded with corrections and additions to your company’s
And, yes, there is still time for last minute changes. If your company
has not heard from us at all, the chances are either a.) that we
categorize you as a retail, dining, or health and fitness provider, or
b.) that we just don’t know about you. If that’s the case and you want
to be listed, just mail or fax (609-452-0033) or E-mail
(firstname.lastname@example.org) your company’s particulars.
When our agency expanded from a brownstone on West State Street in
Trenton to Interchange Plaza in Cranbury, we began to get delivery of
U.S. 1 Newspaper. We found many of the new vendors that we needed at
our new location in your pages, and we were also glad to be able to
use the U.S. 1 calendar for local events.
The Addiction Treatment Providers Management Services Network,
incorporated in 1997, provides professional education, training,
advocacy, and related services (www.atpnj.org)
Public Relations Manager,
Addiction Treatment Providers, 101 Interchange Plaza, Cranbury
Editor’s note: See page 49 for details of the agency’s move.
The February 23 article "Reel Men Don’t Cry at the Movies" is
excellent. I want to commend U.S. 1 for its interest in the Real
Men/Reel Men: Beyond the Macho Myth" film and discussion series at the
Princeton Public Library and thank Deb Cooperman for the insightful
way she wrote this piece after interviewing those of us who worked on
putting it together.
As the underwriter of the series, I would just like to correct one
thing, the spelling of my family name. It’s Klotzburger, with a "u,"
not an "e."
Katherine M. Klotzburger
Page One Productions Inc,
True Story Specialists
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