On July 6th in Scientology history
Scientology takes mission to the streets
July 6, 2003, Robert Farley, St. Petersburg Times
A group of high-ranking Scientologists, concerned the church's Tampa facilities aren't up to snuff, is investing more than $2.5- million to buy a second cigar factory in West Tampa and to lease and renovate a two-story building on one of the hottest corners in Ybor City.
The church's three properties, staffed by nearly 100 people, will be the base for Scientology's most aggressive appeal for members to the Tampa Bay community.
Tags: Ana Tirabassi, Ben Shaw, Body routing, Detox, Louise Cournoyer, Peggy
Guigon, Purif, Real estate, Wayne Fuller
A Method To Cruise's Madness?
July 6, 2005, Fresh Intelligence, Radar Online
From the looks of it, Tom Cruise's televised crackup is actually helping the Church of Scientology's recruitment efforts. Since he declared his eternal love for Katie Holmes in early May, visits to the Church's official website have shot up 263 percent to a peak of 375,000 visitors per day last week, according to site traffic tracker alexa.
Tags: John Carmichael, Tom Cruise
Postpartum Depression Ignites Shields's Antistigma Crusade
July 6, 2007, Mark Moran, Psychiatric News