PrintingForLess.com Announces October Economic Stimulus Contest Winner
Press release from the issuing company
Livingston, MT – November 13, 2008 – After receiving over 150 entries in their enter Economic Stimulus Contest in October at http://www.printingforless.com/Economic-Stimulus-Contest.html, PrintingForLess.com chose Susan Goes from Cottage Theatre, www.cottagetheatre.org, a community theatre located in Cottage Grove, Oregon, as the winner.
"With the uncertain economy, it was uplifting to see all of the innovative marketing campaigns from small businesses across the country, and we hope to review even more ideas in the two remaining months of the competition" says Andrew Field, PrintingForLess.com (PFL) Founder and CEO. "Cottage Theatre won this month's contest due to their creative, fun and cost-effective marketing ideas that helped them exceed their sales and networking goals."
Along with an innovative e-mail campaign, Goes and her team used free-standing, 6'1" wooden rabbit silhouettes to promote their upcoming production of the play "Harvey". "Everyone in town had fun asking each other, 'Have you seen Harvey?," says Goes. "We made a lot of new friends in the local business community, and most importantly, our production sold out!"
To find out more details about Goes' winning campaign activities and other cost-effective marketing ideas from the top, October entries, please visit http://www.printingforless.com/Economic-Stimulus-Winner.html.
As this month's Economic Stimulus Contest winner, Goes will receive $1,000 worth of PrintingForLess.com printing services (including brochures, newsletters, posters, postcards, business cards, calendars, presentation folders, greeting cards, and more).
To enter the PrintingForLess.com Economic Stimulus Contest:
2. Enter a brief description of your innovative, recession-busting marketing strategy.
3. Winners will be notified by email at the end of each month.
"Winners will also be featured, along with company descriptions and links, in our monthly newsletter, Printing Matters, and PFL's new blog, Print Soup," says Field.
PFL is the ultimate printing resource for small businesses. They have been on the Inc. 500 for three years and the Inc. 5000 for two years by providing extreme customer service and custom full color printing services for business cards, magnets, postcards, brochures, newsletters, posters, stationery, calendars, presentation folders, greeting cards, and more. For more information, please visit www.printingforless.com.
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