Like all good celebrities big and small, Joe the Plumber has hired a publicity team.
The Press Office in Nashville already boasts clients like rockers Grand Funk Railroad and Eddie Money. Now they'll help Joe Wurzelbacher handle the flood of interview and appearance requests that have been pouring in since he became a household name during a presidential debate.
Despite rumors to the contrary, he's not planning to release an album, though a book is in the works.
Wurzelbacher has been campaigning for the Republican ticket on his own bus tour around Ohio this week, and appeared with Sarah Palin Wednesday. His name comes up at just about every GOP rally.
Wurzelbacher's new publicist says "people are curious as to what's on his mind."
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