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Savannah State University Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Shannon E. Reno, Public Relations Specialist 3219 College St. Savannah, GA 31404

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Shannon E. Reno, SAAC Public Relations Specialist Cell Phone: (678)-799-5266 or (912)-358-4778 -ORE-Mail:


SAVANNAH, Ga - October -On November 3, 2012, Savannah State University’s (SSU) Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be holding its 4th annual Charity for-a-Day community service project. This project, open to all Savannah State students and citizens of Savannah, of whom are seeking community service hours, will be held at a string of local homeless shelters, America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia, and ending at the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Beaufort, South Carolina. Within this project, students, student-athletes, and participating citizens, will, initially, meet at Union Mission Inc. at 7:00 A.M. to help organize and bag donated clothing for the mission’s residents. From there, they will move onto Inner City Night Shelter to help prepare and serve lunch. Once finished, the service members then move forward to America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia to help organize, stack, and issue canned goods to local families. At 7:30 P.M., SAAC will wrap up their night at the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Beaufort, South Carolina its monthly open mic event, Poetry and Pancakes. There, the service members will help set-up for the nights event and give an insprirational word to the young club members. There will be provided transportation for this event, outside of SSU’s Tiger Arena. The buses will begin loading, promptly, at 6 o’clock A.M. SAAC is a group of student-athletes that provide insight on the student-athlete experience. It is their primary objective to instill in the hearts of each Tiger a beacon of gleaming Tiger Pride within every event they host, such as campus wide athletic and find-raising events as well as community service. Through this, they exemplify such pride to the community through their great service.


If you would like more information about this topic, please contact SAAC at or by phone at (912)-358-4778

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 11, 2013 Media Contact: Shannon Reno or Amber Hallman Reno Relations 678-799-5266

Appleebees Launches Savannah’s Newest Island Night, Blending American Cuisine with a Hawaiian Flare SAVANNAH, GA - Applebees on Whitmarsh Island, Savannah’s oldest corporate eatery, offers a new style of eating out, ideal for any family or couple! This well known eatery- known for their delicious American cuisine- recently underwent a musical change! Different from their usual Pop radio, Applebees has introduced Island Night every Thursday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. The restaurant will showcase live, Jimmy Buffett covers, brought to you by Randy “HatMan” Smith. “I am stoked to be playing at Applbees on Whitmarsh,” explains Randy “HatMan” Smith. “I’ve performed throughout the east coast from Canada to St. Croix U.S.V.I. for the past 27 years with the last 20 years in the Savannah/Tybee Island Ga. area and was thrilled when I found out I landed a gig at my favorite diner!” Island Night will also feature certain half priced bar drinks and appetizers, served to you by the outstanding, Lei draped serving staff! Along with half priced eats, the diner will provide guests with personal Lei’s and a new Honey Pepper food menu. The menu will introduce new items, such as: 4-Cheese Mac with Honey Pepper Chicken, Honey Pepper Steak and Potatoes, and the Honey Pepper Chicken and Shrimp! ABOUT APPLEBEES ON WHITMARSH: Applbees on Whitmarsh Island is located on 4705 Highway 80 East, Savannah, Georgia 31410. The store is run by, General Manager, Jeff Schroder, and offers Happy Hour, Late Night, and Event specials. The restaurant is known for its American cuisine, but also prepares certain meals by request. For more information about the store, please contact Jeff Schroder at (912)-898-9935 or find it on the store’s locater at ###


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