The Med Mart — which may sell hospital supplies, or offer continuing education, or become a big coffee shop where single doctors do speed dating — released its list of "top-tier targets" recently. These are the big name, big money companies that, if the Med Mart landed them, would lend an instant air of credibility to the project.
In related news, Scene is proud to unveil our list of "top-tier" targets of people who we'd like to see at Scene's offices this afternoon delivering lunch: Heidi Klum, George Clooney, Bill Murray, Katy Perry, Penelope Cruz.
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