Teens "Stick to Business" with Hot Advertising Concept - and Both Online and Offline Companies Reap the Profits

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Teenagers all over the United States are advertising businesses both online and offline, and those companies are reaping the profits. This hot advertising concept takes billboard advertising down to micro (and more noticeable) size.

Meet Ryan H. - a "starving student" working part-time with minimum wages and trying to get good grades in college. He had been working for the local drugstore for a year and a half without a pay increase. He talked with the store manager who told him that his position as a "Store Straightener" did not get raises.

Ryan also noticed a lot of "For Lease" signs around his community and wanted to help businesses stay in business. He came up with the idea of TeenVertising when he saw his younger sister come home from a school field trip with a name tag on her sweater.

Testing his idea out, he wore stickers on his clothes and noticed the glances and stares he was getting. He was also asked about it from strangers, his friends, and even his teacher at school!

He sold his first advertising sticker to a local business and launched his company http://www.TeenVertising.com.

Now, teens all over the United States are advertising businesses that are online and offline. The hot concept has proven to be a boon for the economy.

Most current advertising methods rely on the large "billboard" advertising style. However, the general public is immune to that overly saturated method.

The "TeenVertising" advertising is a much more noticeable, and more profitable, way of advertising. Teens are able to supplement their income, and businesses are seeing chatter and excitement surround their company, as well as an increase in sales.

Have you ever seen someone wearing a "Hello My Name Is..." sticker? Of course you have. Did you peer at it? Were you curious? Of course you were!

Email Ryan for information on how you can promote your business and reap the profits on this current hot advertising concept!

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