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APSU featured on cover of new AT&T directory

11/16/2011

Those on hand to unveil the new AT&T directory cover Nov. 16 at APSU were Katherine Sager, AT&T Legislative and External Affairs; state Rep. Curtis Johnson; APSU President Tim Hall; state Rep. Joe Pitts; Montgomery County Mayor Carolyn Bowers; and Lanie Johnson, AT&T Regional director of external affairs. (Photo by Beth Liggett, University photographer)

Austin Peay State University is featured on the cover of the new AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory serving Clarksville and surrounding communities.

APSU is the first to appear on the Real Yellow Pages’ newly designed cover, which was unveiled Nov. 16 during a public announcement on campus. The photograph depicts the excitement of men’s basketball at APSU, one of 15 sports programs offered by the University.

More than 112,000 copies of the directory have been produced for distribution in the area this year. Directory delivery begins on Nov. 21 and continues through Dec. 8. The directory will also be available to new residents and businesses throughout the year.

“We are proud to feature APSU on the cover of our new AT&T Real Yellow Pages directory for Clarksville,” said Kathy Sager, regional manager of external affairs for AT&T Tennessee. “Each year we look to feature a local image on the front covers of our directories to emphasize that the AT&T Real Yellow Pages is a valuable community resource and excellent local search option for both residents and businesses.”

The Governors and Lady Govs compete in the highly competitive Ohio Valley Conference in NCAA Division I, where it is a traditional powerhouse in men's and women's basketball, baseball, volleyball and men's golf.

“We are very excited to be featured on the cover of the new AT&T Real Yellow Pages,” said Steve Shaw, director of corporate relations at APSU. “My goal is to attain and develop relationships with corporations and businesses while helping Austin Peay State University provide our students the best possible educational experience. I think being featured on the cover is an excellent way to remind people about what this tremendous University has to offer and build upon the relationship we’ve developed with AT&T over the years.”

As new books are delivered, Clarksville area businesses and residents are encouraged to recycle their outdated directories. AT&T Real Yellow Pages directories are recyclable, and the paper used to print the directories contains recycled materials. Residents and businesses can call the AT&T Real Yellow Pages Project ReDirectory help line, listed on the directory cover, at 800-953-4400 for directory recycling information in this community.