It's not surprising Tessa & Scott don't have a PR firm or a big deal website. Skating in North America is not what it was in the 1990's. And if SC doesn't require twitter, I don't see why they would tweet. But I do hope they will at least post their schedule on this new website, which would be a nice thing for their fans. Yes, Meryl & Charlie get asked if they are a couple. I think it is the only question most non-skate fans interviewers can think to ask Check out the last interview from D/W, promoting US Nationals. They got the question, again, gave an answer about why having a relationship and trying to compete together is a bad idea for any couple. I don't think they have a PR firm. They have an agent though. They do have facebook & Twitter, but I think USFS makes them do it-it gets linked on the icenetwork Twitter feed, so it is semi official. ice-dance.com has their official website, which is pretty schematic, but at least shows their schedule. Maybe some dancers with huge money in the family (Isabelle Tobias maybe?) have a PR and a really hot website, but not most. Back in the day, Tara Lipinsky had a PR firm when she was in Juniors-but that was then; this is now.