Production Manager Bill Coats monitors the application of Ad-a-Note to the Addison Eagle and Vermont publication participating in the new service now available through the Denton Publications Commercial Printing Department.
Elizabethtown Last week you no doubt noticed a new feature sticking on the front of your newspaper. Ad-a-Note is the newest addition to our family of marketing products and certain to be popular with local businesses that want to generate special interest with the new peel and stick notes. Ad-a-Note is a relatively new product but has been field tested in major cities like Pittsburgh and Cleveland. Denton Publications is the first application in new York State.
Ad-a-Note is a unique product unlike it predecessor use by other area publications that feature a trademark product material requiring special adhesive and technology that comes off a wax paper backing. With Ad-a-Note there is no need for labor-intensive wax paper evacuation and disposal making Ad-a-Note the most environmentally friendly sticky notes available. Without added royalty rights Ad-a-Note is not only more cost effective but the image area is larger than the other peel and stick notes.
With the zoned saturation mail product like the North Countryman, local businesses can zone their marketing message to an area much closer to their store or office location and know that they are reaching 99 percent of the homes in the immediate area.
Ad-a-Note comes in two sizes, offers reverse side printing and sequential numbering as options. For more information on the Ad-a-Note program businesses can call (North or Vermont 518-873-6368) (South 518-585-9173) or log onto http://www.denpubs.com/ad-a-note/, watch a video showing how the Ad-a-Note is placed on the paper and request more information on rates and availability.