Direct Response Guru Chris ‘Coach K’ Kincey, Executive Producer of TV-VZN.com Announces Free Seminars To Teach Small Business Owners How To Get Guaranteed Multi-Media Marketing Exposure and Quickly Build Local Foot Traffic for Under $100 per Week

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Free Business Seminar: "How-To Build Foot Traffic for Your Business, Generate Word-of-Mouth Advertising, and Increase Your Repeat & Referral Customer Base for under $100 per week!"

TV-VZN.com, a new media production operation based in the Bay Area, providing Merchant Sponsored Consumer Programming via its “digital billboard” technologies announces a series of free seminars in that region to help small business owners quickly increase their marketing presence in their local market.

Chris “Coach K” Kincey, Executive Producer of TV-VZN.com revealed at a recent press conference the new business training tool: "How-To Build Foot Traffic for Your Business, Generate Word-of-Mouth Advertising, and Increase Your Repeat & Referral Customer Base for under $100 per week!" This free business seminar series will be held in two initial locations: for the Central East Bay in Oakland’s Jack London Square/Embarcadero at 311 Oak Street, “The Sierras” conference room, on Monday, December 6th, at 4 p.m.; and for the South Bay in Fremont at 3125 Skyway Court on Tuesday, December 7th, and again on Thursday, December 9th, both at 5 p.m.

“We are very proud to provide this vitally needed information to the business community,” says Kincey, “most small businesses really can’t afford to do much effective marketing, because of the production and distribution costs of advertising in today’s market. Yet, they know they need to do something to bring more customers in. We teach them how to do so for less than $100 per week.”

At the seminar, small business owners will learn how to guarantee their business gets consistently placed in print advertising to thousands of households around their respective location, where they get the majority of their customers. In addition, they will also learn about new methods of web exposure, public relations, consumer promotions, and direct response marketing for their business. But, the biggest draw (according to Kincey), is learning how a small business owner can have their business —and even their customers— be on TV for under $100 per week! “This is an unheard of opportunity for the average business owner, because we teach them how to leverage ‘economies of scale’ to add value and, lower the overall cost of their advertising.” Kincey states, “we think these tools are going to change the standard of how small business’s market themselves. The future of marketing is now here.”

Kincey claims his methods teach small businesses how to quickly develop more local foot traffic and significantly increase their repeat and referral customer base. Kincey has built many profitable high-volume customer bases for his clients. His marketing technologies recently fueled the fastest growing real estate company in Northern California, one of the toughest property markets in the country. He's also made one client the national sales leader in its industry - within 90 days (source: Dun & Bradstreet). These free seminars allows the small business person to take advantage of Kincey’s uniquely effective systems. Every attendee will receive a free copy of Coach K's articles "How To Stop Wasting Money On Advertising," & "Relationship Marketing" PLUS will receive a FREE analysis of their advertising to make it pull better results.

Seating is limited. To reserve seat at the NOW at the "How-To Build Foot Traffic for Your Business, Generate Word-of-Mouth Advertising, and Increase Your Repeat & Referral Customer Base for under $100 per week!" free business seminar on Monday, December 6th, at 4 p.m. in Oakland, CA, at the Sierras conference room (311 Oak Street), and in Fremont, CA, on Tuesday, December 7th, at 5 p.m. at 3125 Skyway Court call (510) 903-1124 or visit http://www.TV-VZN.com/freeseminar

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