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Flyer printing powerhouse launches new ad tool with Washington Post

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Glen Allen, VA - Working to provide advertisers with the most compelling marketing resources on the web, flyer printing powerhouse Taradel LLC today announced a self-service "print and deliver" partnership with The Washington Post. The partnership enables advertisers to target, print, and deliver newspaper inserts directly into homes straight from the media giant's web site.

Jim Fitzgerald, Taradel's CEO, noted that, "The timing appears perfect for a low-cost, high-visibility advertising vehicle. With the recent economic crunch, national chains and corporations are reducing ad spending. Previously unattainable market share is within reach as a result ...and small business owners are taking notice."

Taradel LLC has experienced rapid growth in recent months and has made the list of Inc. 5000 companies for three consecutive years. Providing business owners with easy, self-service ordering options for flyers, brochures, postcards, and direct mail marketing services has been at the core of the company's success.

"We believe in small budgets and big results," added Fitzgerald. "Now the little guys can compete with national chains without breaking the bank."

According to The Washington Post, the tool was developed to provide "customized insert advertising to their clients at affordable prices. Now live at inserts.washpost.com, the advertising tool combines powerful consumer databases and streamlined print operations to sell fast, deliverable print advertisements, virtually anywhere. The site enables advertisers to deliver full color glossy flyers to targeted homes for as little as $0.09 each.




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