Legacy hires a Public Relations Person

Stacy Jones, PR for Legacy

They are getting serious over at Legacy. Maybe they realized all this LLC moving around, buildings falling over and transporting Cancer causing agents through town needed a little turd polishing, so they went after the best;

Stacy Jones has joined Legacy Developments, overseeing public relations, marketing and community relations. Jones came from Sanford Health, where she spent 13 years, most recently as executive director of marketing for the development and research division overseeing Profile by Sanford, Sanford Health Plan, Sanford Research, Sanford World Clinic and Sanford Health Foundation. She previously spent 10 years at KELO-TV as a news and sports anchor, and reporter.

Twenty-Three years at Stormland-Sanford-TV should prepare Stacy for fixing the public perception of Legacy. I’m sure she is busy with her first assignment of assuring the public Legacy is the best choice for the RR Redevelopment project . . . wait . . . they haven’t announced that yet. My bad. Just as long as the Argus Leader is last to know.

Instead of a PR person, maybe they should have hired a Safety and Quality Control Specialist, just sayin’.


#1 scott on 02.20.18 at 10:06 am

why hire a pr person, when the city does it for them for free?

#2 l3wis on 02.20.18 at 10:13 am

Yeah, makes you wonder if Christine Erickson will be training Stacy for her new position. LOL.

#3 Warren Phear on 02.20.18 at 10:34 am

OK l3wis, spit up some coffee on that one. Have you noticed the new and improved christine? Standing up for cupcakes and who’s gonna sue the city. What an advocate!!!

#4 The D@ily Spin on 02.20.18 at 12:01 pm

Sounds like a demotion to me.

#5 "Very Stable Genius" on 02.20.18 at 7:13 pm

Sarah Huckabee Sanders would have been more fitting…

#6 The Guy from Guernsey on 02.21.18 at 12:00 pm

Does this mean that the groupies formerly known as The Bakery Dwellers won’t be penning any more of Hultgren’s releases asking the public to wait for the complete truth to emerge and to “keep an open mind”?

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