Vienna, VA (PRWEB) October 11, 2007
Intermarkets, Inc., the nation's leading independent advertising sales management firm, today announced that the Web sites Creators.com and FireSociety.com have chosen the firm as their advertising sales management team. This exciting addition brings tremendous value to the Intermarkets Portfolio, as well as offers fresh and unique sites to the growing number serviced by this boutique firm. Kevin Lucido, Chief Executive Officer at Intermarkets, said, "We're honored that these two dynamic sites have chosen Intermarkets to manage their advertising sales, and we look forward to working with each of them."
Creators.com is one of the largest newspaper and Internet syndicates in the world. Creators Syndicate provides puzzle, column and cartoon content to over 2,400 newspapers and Internet sites around the world, including editorial cartoons by Mike Luckovich, Steve Kelley and Chip Bok, and columns by Bill O'Reilly, Robert Novak and Molly Ivins, the comic strips B.C. and The Wizard of Id by Johnny Hart, One Big Happy by Rick Detorie, and the comic panel Speed Bump by Dave Coverly. For additional information on Creators Syndicate, please visit http://www.creators.com.
FireSociety.com is quickly becoming one of America's leading grassroots communities -- a place where grassroots enthusiasts can add their input to the debate, chat with other citizens and even launch their own citizen initiatives. Their incredibly user-friendly interface is designed to get you involved in just minutes. Examples of content include articles, breaking news items, forums, blogs and petitions. For additional information please visit http://www.firesociety.com.
As the nation's leading independent advertising sales management services firm, Intermarkets provides advertising sales and marketing services--including online and offline marketing programs--as well as strategic and marketing consulting to all of our publishers' well-branded, highly-respected sites. Intermarkets is headquartered in Washington and has offices in the Philadelphia, Minneapolis, San Francisco, Boston and Tokyo regions. For more information about Intermarkets visit http://www.intermarkets.net/about.html.