Discounts, low prices for 2017

Updated 5/20/17.

As the calendar pages turn, it’s barely past New Years’ when it seems time for “Happy New Year” again.  Our “every year” resolution is to help you get the word out for less for your company’s products and services, helping you find new customers which are the lifeblood of every business. 
Still, you can’t afford to break the bank in finding your new customers.

 

Our pricing in general: $100 for the first 10,000 in an area plus lower pricing per thousand for additional blocks of 10,000:

  • $150 for 20,000 (2nd 10K = $50, half price)
  • $185 for 30,000 (3rd 10K = $35, even less per thousand)
  • $220 for 40,000, etc.

AUTOMATIC RENEWALS:  Discounts are automatically applied to ongoing customers’ invoices:  14% for “ongoing” (also known as “re-ups” or “renewals”) in one service area, 18% for automatic renewals in two or more areas.  Call anytime to reserve space on ANY future placemat issue.  You can also choose which space(s) you want on a first come first serve.  Want the top left space?  Reserve it.  Bottom right?  It’s yours if you get there first.

At Local4All, we wish you the MOST PROSPEROUS of New Years in 2017!  We hope to be part of it.

Holiday Specials for 2014, updated 12/2/14

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Local4All is pleased to continue serving up Holiday savings for the seventh year.

  1. NO LONGER AVAILABLE:  AKAP, AKLV, Ford City, Kittanning, and NKLB Holiday placemats – Deadlines have passed.  Next issues will be January-March 2015.
  2. 05 IN Hol 1114:  Ironwood Grill, or generic Indiana placemats only…  your ad on 5000 placemats for $75 or both for $100.
  3. 05B Hol 1114:  Butler – will be printing 20,000 (20K) for $150 including 7,500 for the two Pizza Hut locations in Butler.  Call for pricing if you want just the Pizza Hut locations.
  4. 05 SEBCo Hol 1114:  For Southeast Butler County, your ad on 40,000 placemats, a combination of one-restaurant specials and ~20K generic placemats.  Call for pricing combinations.

See lists of restaurants in each area from the dropdown menu above.

 

At the Kittanning Public Library

I do volunteer computer training and thought I would see how well the library’s Wi-Fi works so I can show the same content on at least 3 different devices.  Different browsers display content their own way.  Different devices are a completely new level.  Classes are open to the public unless otherwise posted.

I also would enjoy offering this in the Butler County Area. 🙂