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A word of caution
Advertisers have notified the Wilson County News that there are people now in the area who are misrepresenting the newspaper.
Specifically, a medical establishment in Seguin said that they were contacted by a man who identified himself as being with the Wilson County News.
The Wilson County News advertising sales team includes Pam Smith, Becky Johnson, and Stephanie Beuershausen. No gentlemen sell ads for this newspaper, according to Publisher Elaine Kolodziej.
The Wilson County News recently urged area business owners to watch for those who misrepresent who they are and who they work for. Often they claim to be “with” a local organization, but they really represent an out-of-town firm.
To verify their identity, you can check with your local chambers of commerce, or, if in doubt, call the Wilson County News at 830-216-4519.
Authorities advise that just because someone says they have “checked in” with the city or other organization, that does not necessarily mean they are correctly identifying themselves.
“We recently were told of someone who was misrepresenting themselves as being from the Wilson County News. They were obtaining entrance to private property in order to take pictures.
“Please notify us or the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office of anyone who misrepresents themselves to you,” said Kolodziej.
Report suspicious persons or activity to the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office at 830-393-2535.
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