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Hank Baskett Needs to Man Up and Defend Kendra Says Innis in Response to Wendy Williams Show
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Corinne Innis --  Penn Fleming Public Relations Corinne Innis -- Penn Fleming Public Relations
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Thursday, May 27, 2010


Corinne Innis
 

Hank Baskett Needs to Man Up and Defend Kendra Says Innis

 

in Response to Wendy Williams Show



Wendy Williams's statement that Hank Baskett should leave his wife Kendra as a result of her recently released sex tapes is shocking to New York City matchmaker Corinne Innis. According to Innis, "When we fall in love it is with a person; you don't cut and run because they make a mistake." The Wendy Williams Show aired on May 27, 2010.  In the episode Williams explained that Hank should leave Kendra because he will be ridiculed by his teammates. Innis believes that no one should be surprised by the sex tapes. Kendra's image was that of a sex kitten before he married her. " Hank needs to man-up and publicly defend her. Love is through thick and thin," says Innis.

 

Corinne Innis is the owner of Penn Fleming, a confidential matchmaking service that caters to single professionals who are committed to finding a soul mate. On Saturday, June 5, 2010, at 4pm in the rear salon at Kennedy's Restaurant and Bar in Manhattan, Penn Fleming will host a workshop by Miriam M. Taunean, MA,  titled "Hidden Messages-The Unspoken Messages That Singles Send. It will explore the messages that singles consciously or unconsciously send to the opposite sex.  

 

Ms. Taunean is a mental health clinician and administrator at Family Connections in New Jersey. She has a degree in psychology from Rutgers University.  Through her many years of counseling, she has developed a unique understanding of how the power of one's emotional world can be harnessed to create the life that one desires. 

 

There is a $20 admission fee. Advance registration is required for this event. To register go to http://www.pennfleming.com/hiddenmessages.htmlEach participant will receive a complimentary glass of wine or soft drink of their choice. Kennedy's Restaurant and Bar is located at 327 West 57th Street in New York City.  

   

 

 

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Title: Executive Director
Group: Penn Fleming Public Relations
Dateline: New York, NY United States
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