`Scoops' gone from Boca Raton

September 1999
Editor & Publisher;09/11/99, Vol. 132 Issue 37, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on the retirement by `Boca Raton News' newspaper of its mascot named `Scoop the Flamingo.' Decision reached by owner Michael Martin who wanted to change the newspaper's image; Contest launched for workers to turn in souvenirs with the mascot's image.


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