Christine Rowett was working as Media Relations Director for the nonprofit Maryland Science Center last year when the axe fell. With tourism down sharply in the D.C. metro area because of the war on terrorism, as well as the D.C. area sniper attacks, something had to give. So Rowett, along with nine others, including the promotions manager, was let go.
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