Steve Rucinski, the Small Business CEO, found this gem targeted at small businesses:
Spot Runner launched a sweepstakes this week giving local businesses the opportunity to win a complete television advertising campaign, including:
– an ad of their choosing from their library personalized to your business
– $5,000 worth of television airtime
– a consultation service with one of our media experts
– and a portable DVD player.
Entering the sweepstakes takes just seconds, easily done on their homepage at www.Spotrunner.com, where you will also find complete details.
Final entries are accepted through September 5, 2006.
Spot Runner focuses on small businesses and affordable local tv markets. Could be a great opportunity to experiment with tv ads!
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Natalie Ferguson says
Thanks for the link Becky, I just passed on the news :)
Becky McCray says
Thanks, Nat. I enjoyed your comments in your post on the way this little contest has become a viral marketing tool!
Check out Cheap-TV-Spots.com for quality TV production and low cost local or national airings with no minimums. Cheap TV Spots was the first online TV ad agency in the world and still is the best deal because they don’t add fees to the negotiated network air time rate. It’s the only agency to promise this. Most others (including your example) will likely add fees to the air time rate.