By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
DERBY >> The executive assistant for Terry Bradshaw said she is hoping
the city didn’t shell out money thinking the football legend would be narrating
a show touting Derby as one of the best places in the United States to live,
work and play because that is not going to happen.
Connie Mason said Bradshaw severed ties earlier this year with the Florida
production company that produces “Communities of Distinction” because it was
using Bradshaw’s name to draw in communities to pay for infomercials promoting
“Terry is in no way shape or form associated with this company and will not
be hosting any more of their shows,” Mason said in a statement to the New Haven
Register. “They are fraudulent in using Terry to sell their product. Terry’s
contract with this company ended in May and they are illegally still using his
name to sell these spots. I hope this city hasn’t sent them their money
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