Ginger White, Herman Cain’s other woman, turns to PR firm to help resurrect image

The presidential candidate is out of the race, but Ginger White is still dealing with the fallout.
(PR NewsChannel) / December 16, 2011 / TAMPA, Fla. and ATLANTA  
Ginger White interview on WAGA TV.

Ginger White broke her silence on WAGA-TV. Though Herman Cain suspended his campaign days later, he continues to deny the affair.

Just weeks after Herman Cain suspended his run for president, Ginger White, the “other woman” in Cain’s life, has begun a campaign to repair the damage to her reputation.

Though he bowed out of the race for the GOP nomination, Cain categorically denied having a 13-year affair with White, said that White’s claim was false and suggested she was lying. He challenged White’s motivations for coming forward.

White says that she stepped up to admit the relationship with Cain to support other women who had, in previous weeks, revealed sexual harassment run-ins with Cain, but were portrayed as liars.

White says she had nothing to personally gain from coming forward–but a lot to risk–including her privacy and reputation.

She says she put herself in the line of fire to help bolster those statements from Cain accusers who had alleged sexual harassment. Although White says her relationship with Cain was consensual, she believed the women.

Just days after sharing her story with WAGA-TV5, the local Fox station in Atlanta, Cain suspended his campaign. He vehemently denied the affair with White.

White’s reputation continues to take a beating from Cain and from his supporters.

For the record: She has not made any money from sharing her story, and money has never been the motivation.

In her effort to rehabilitate her tattered image, White recruited The Publicity Agency, a national PR firm that specializes in representing high profile clients in the news.

“We are pleased to be representing Ginger White,” says Glenn Selig, founder of the PR firm The Publicity Agency. “She is a prime example of the old adage of ‘no good deed goes unpunished.’ For us, this is about helping Ginger repair her reputation which was stolen from her. She went public with something very private because she wanted to do to the right thing. There was nothing for her to gain from this and she deserves to have her life back.”

White says since coming forward in that interview with WAGA-TV5, her reputation has taken a beating. She has two children to support and says it will be even more difficult to find work now. She has no regrets about going public, but now she just wants to move forward and make sure the record is straight.

The Publicity Agency is a crisis management PR firm that often represents people at the center of big news stories. Clients include Rod Blagojevich, the former governor of Illinois; Sgt. Joe Hickman, a government whistleblower; and Gary Falkner, the “Osama bin Laden Hunter.”


WAGA-TV5 report


Glenn Selig
PR firm: The Publicity Agency
Phone: (813) 708-1220

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SOURCE:  The Publicity Agency

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