ASSIGNMENT ID
13744
SUBJECT AREA Public Relations
DOCUMENT TYPE Other types
CREATED ON 22nd February 2016
COMPLETED ON 23rd February 2016
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Facts sheet

Write a fact sheet for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Communication Department. Since this is for an "actual" organization and not a scenario, all information should be accurate and factual. Feel free to use any resource that should help make the assignment complete. Please refer to our chapter in the book for the correct way to create the fact sheet. 2 pages
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