4/2/2010-Hall Communications offering Marketing Seminar

Hall Communications offering Marketing Seminar
Right Place....Right Time....Right People!
Hall Communications, operators of WOKO, WIZN, BUZZ, KOOL 105 and WJOY, would like to show you how to put your business message in the right place at the right time to reach the right people - your potential customers! By attending one of their 40-minute presentations, you will be registered for an opportunity to win a $2,400 advertising campaign to run on WKOL, WJOY, WIZN and WBTZ. Additionaly, Hall Communications, Inc. will make a $25 in-kind donation on your behalf, to Camp Ta-Kum-Ta. All you have to do is simply register for one of two dates offered in Burlington (April 13 or 14) or in Plattsburgh  on April 15.
To Register Contact
Eric Jacobsen
Email: ejacobsen@hallradio.com
Phone:  802-658-1230

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