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San Antonio, TX, United States, 2013/03/15 - Grand Opening Media by ADS helps thousands of Companies maximize their 2013 Store Openings. ADS has launched GO Media to offer compelling results for store Grand Openings via low cost door hanger campaigns with over 1,500 scheduled thus far for 2013.
ADS has been providing quality direct to the door Nationwide marketing solutions for over 10 years. We service many Fortune 500 clients as well as hundreds of local and regional clients annually.
Direct to the Door marketing produces for you a much bigger impact at a lower cost than direct mail or any other media available. We help you reach your target market effectively via door hangers, product samples or insert media via door hung poly bags.
We really shine at Grand Openings! We have analyzed our best promotions over the years and what stood out more for client satisfaction were programs we did for new store and retro store openings. Door hangers proved to be stronger than all other media combined showing higher traffic patterns and at a much lower cost than traditional direct mail and insert media. We have over 1,500 Grand Openings scheduled thus far for 2013 for our various retail and food service clients. I would love to work with you on your new locations as well.
All of our deliveries are monitored live via our leading edge GPS delivery tracking technology evolved over 10 years of extensive research and development:
• Real Time GPS;
• Every Walker, Every Minute, Everywhere;
• Monitored via NOC and field supervisors;
• Client access via private portal;
• Sophisticated Geo-Demographic Mapping;
• Utilizing commercially available software packages, i.e. MapInfo, MapPoint, Google Maps;
• Complete demographic selects at Census Block Group, Census Tract, Zip Code, City, County, DMA and MSA;
• Platform for customer interface and custom mapping.
It is worth your time to take a look at direct to the door alternatives. I would welcome the opportunity to discuss with you how we can help each other grow in 2013.