STANVILLE, Ky. /Advertising Industry Newswire/ — Attorney Eric C. Conn has launched an ad campaign in hopes of grabbing the attention of President Obama. Today, Conn announced his new video with legendary bluegrass singer, Ralph Stanley, and model actress Amber Ettinger, more widely known as the “Obama girl.” Stanley sings custom lyrics to the tune of “Man of Constant Sorrow” and endorses Attorney Conn for appointment to the Social Security Advisory Board. Ettinger sings alongside local folk hero, Jesco White, more commonly known as “The Dancing Outlaw,” and Conn dances around too.

Obama Girl DancesStanley endorsed President Obama during his successful presidential campaign, and had a positive influence on the president’s unprecedented victory in Virginia.

Attorney Conn, locally known as “Mr. Social Security/SSI,” from his numerous billboards and radio ads around the region, is seeking an appointment by the president to the Social Security Advisory Board.

The video demonstrates Conn’s devotion to social justice and change.

“In fact, I’m so committed,” Conn says, “that I erected a scaled down version of the Statue of Liberty on my office’s front lawn.”

The statue can be viewed in the video at: www.BarelyPolitical.com as well as on YouTube. The video is located under the title: “Obama girl’s new crush.”

Barely Political is the leading political satire site on the Web. In June 2007 they launched with the debut video “I’ve Got a Crush on Obama” featuring Obama Girl. This quickly made them one of the most talked about and blogged about political satire sites online.

Founded in 1993, the Eric C. Conn Law Complex provides top-notch legal representation regarding Social Security Disability/SSI, Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury and Class Action Drug Lawsuit claims.

Conn’s ad campaigns have earned a reputation for being creative and in your face. Local highways are peppered with bright yellow billboards proclaiming Eric C. Conn “Mr. Social Security/SSI.” The radio plays jingles detailing Conn’s Gulf War service in addition to his law complex’s modest beginnings in a singlewide trailer. Newspapers tote numerous ads, among them, the fact that Conn speaks Spanish and is completely self-taught. He’s also a marketing junkie.

“I’m a firm believer in advertising and marketing. You can have the best product in town,” Conn adds, “but if the public doesn’t know about it, what good is it?”

The Eric C. Conn Law Complex includes more than 30 employees and one other attorney, John Earl Hunt. Together, they handle 65 percent of the region’s Social Security and SSI cases. Last year, the practice processed 1,246 cases.

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