NEW YORK — No Excuses, a women’s and junior sportswear manufacturer here known for using controversial celebrities in its advertising, said it will hold a 10-minute press conference here today for Clinton accuser Paula Jones.
Jones will be the first recipient of the No Excuses “Alive and Uncensored” award, which the company developed for women whom it feels are outspoken. Jones will be receiving $25,000. She will donate the $25,000 to a charity, according to a company spokeswoman. She would not reveal the name of the charity.
The award will be given by the company occasionally this year, tying in with an ad campaign using the theme “alive and uncensored” and focusing on anti-violence messages.