I don't even read newspapers anymore. I have 'em delivered to the house for guests but I don't even read 'em. I do all this on the Internet
Bedford, MA (PRWEB) March 5, 2010
In response to Rush Limbaugh's comment on his radio show on Tuesday March 2, 2010 that “I have never clipped coupons in my entire life”, leading Internet coupon site CouponSurfer.com is challenging the constitutionalist talk show host to use CouponSurfer.com to clip his first ever coupon. The normally tech-savvy Limbaugh admitted “I don't know how to clip a coupon from my computer screen.” CouponSurfer believes that its user-friendly interface which enables millions of Americans to access great savings would be a breeze for someone who runs such a successful radio network.
CouponSurfer acknowledges a trend that Rush Limbaugh alluded to “I don't even read newspapers anymore. I have 'em delivered to the house for guests but I don't even read 'em. I do all this on the Internet” and CouponSurfer agrees that more and more shoppers prefer to use the Internet rather than newspapers for coupons. In fact, according to Coupons.com, redemption values for digital coupons outperformed newspaper coupons by more than 10 to 1.
While referring to Limbaugh's desire for market-driven solutions to the country’s economic problems, CouponSurfer co-founder Charles Vavruska said, “CouponSurfer is a free-market solution to the economic struggles families are going through. Consumers can sign up for free at CouponSurfer, print their coupons and take them to the market for great savings.” Mr. Vavruska noted that while CouponSurfer is free for its users, CouponSurfer does not receive any government or venture capital subsidy to provide the service. Current savings on the CouponSurfer.com site include over $275 worth of coupons for leading grocery brands.
About CouponSurfer, Inc.
The mission of CouponSurfer.com is to save consumers money when they shop by offering top brand-name deals and coupons as a free service. CouponSurfer offers hundreds of money-saving coupons for groceries, clothing, gifts, shopping, toys, travel, and lots more.
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