Homeland Security Dept. Debuts Terror Prep Campaign

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WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Ad Council launched a public service campaign today to help Americans prepare for a terrorist attack.

The campaign, done pro bono by The Martin Agency, Richmond, includes six 30-second psa’s and print ads featuring Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge, Office of Emergency Management staff, New York City firefighters and Port Authority police officers.

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