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Enhanced Print Advertising Effort

October 11, 2010

Over 8.2 Million U.S. Households to be Reached in Enhanced Print Advertising Effort

In August we reported that during the 2010-2011 fiscal year “card-pack” co-op mailers would be employed in an extensive print advertising campaign in the United States. Since then we have been able to budget for a significant number of additional households to be reached—up from 5,400,000 households to 8,200,000. Potential subscribers will be offered a free subscription to The Good News and at least one of seven foundational booklets.

During this campaign we expect to add over 37,000 new Good News subscribers at a cost of less than $3.00 each. Thank you in advance for your prayers for God’s blessings on this important Good News advertising effort.

John LaBissoniere—Print Buying Manager, Media and Communications Services

October 11, 2010 - Posted by | Home Office, Media and Communications |

5 Comments »

  1. Message sounds great thanks for the report.

    Comment by Alvah Pyle | October 11, 2010 | Reply

  2. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUCCESSFUL EFFORTS OF THE MEDIA PROGRAMS AND ALL YOU DO TO GET THE GOOD NEWS OUT TO THE PUBLIC. I KNOW YOU AND OTHERS WORK VERY HARD TO ACCOMPLISH THIS , AND WANT YOU TO KNOW YOU ARE MUCH APPRECIATED. THE TV PROGRAMS ARE VERY GOOD !!! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. JEAN HALE

    Comment by N.J.HALE | October 11, 2010 | Reply

  3. Keep up THINK BIG! “How far can a piece of Paper go”??????!
    We did receive an add for the “Good News” in a card-pack co-op mailer that is more than anyone of us could efficiently handout,put in to a card rack or leave in a Chiopractor magazine rack. Hopefully God will use this effort to call someone. Many of these cards including ours make good bookmarks. I have used them as a strait edge for drawing,winding up fishing tackle,a shirt pocket pen caddy,and as a durable surface to attach Electrical Components [resistors,capacitors,transistors,procedures] in my field service parts case for >35 years. They are too small to line a bird cage but lite enough to blow down the street as they are trashed to be recycled thru fresh eyes. “How far can a piece of paper go”?
    Jim on the Hill

    Comment by Jim Lapp | October 13, 2010 | Reply

  4. On your UCG Media updates I read “Media department ads 2.8 million cards …”

    I think you mean “adds 208 million cards”.

    Comment by Jerry Merritt | October 13, 2010 | Reply

  5. mi comenterio no les gusto por eso lo borraron pero no importa vere que hago al resoecto

    Comment by danieldeltransito | October 15, 2010 | Reply


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