Atlanta Based AdSpotter Media Inc. Expands its Local Media Buying and Planning Services to Jacksonville, Charlotte, and Buffalo

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AdSpotter Media, Inc. announced today that it will be launching its media buying and planning services for small business into ten new markets over the next 6 months. Their service is aimed at the underserved local market where most business don't have or can't afford a media agency.

AdSpotter, which provides cable TV commercial production and campaign management for small to medium size companies, plans to expand its reach through both corporate owned offices as well as franchises.

We have found that most small businesses are still using direct mail or newspapers to try and reach customers" states Leah Farmer, Vice President of Sales. "In most cases, small business owners just don't know that cable TV advertising is an option".

AdSpotter simplifies the buying process by establishing packages that include the production of TV commercials, either "On-Site" or with "Stock Footage" as well as a large choice of networks to choose from. Each location will have a sales team trained to help the business owner develop a commercial that has all the key ingredients to for a successful campaign. Once the commercial is produced, they assist in the selection of cable stations based on the product or service that is being sold.

"It is our goal to bring this service to the local markets as fast as possible" states Andrew Becker, Regional Development Manager. "Small businesses with only a few thousand dollars and no marketing experience can have professionally made commercials that will drive customers to their location and provide a good return on their investment".

AdSpotter opened the Atlanta and Buffalo offices on January 1st and will have the Jacksonville and Charlotte offices open by March 1st, 2007. You can read more about AdSpotter at http://www.adspottermedia.com

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