SOURCE: Ace Marketing & Promotions, Inc.

July 10, 2008 09:57 ET

Ace Marketing Spotlighted in Counselsor's PromoGram: Distributor Tests Marketing Medium at NASCAR Race

VALLEY STREAM, NY--(Marketwire - July 10, 2008) - Ace Marketing & Promotions, Inc., a premier Promotional Marketing solutions company (OTCBB: AMKT), announces that the Counselor Magazine, the leading publication in the over $18 billion promotional marketing industry, released an online news article about the Company. The article highlights Ace's Proximity Marketing Solution. The technology was successfully tested at last weekend's Coke Zero 400 at the famed Daytona International Speedway in Florida.

Proximity marketing is the delivery of content through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi services to enabled devices (think cell phones). When fans reached certain hot spots at Saturday's NASCAR race (the range is 300 feet for Bluetooth, 600 feet for Wi-Fi), they would be prompted once on their phones. By choosing to accept, they had access to event information, videos, messages from the drivers, and even what was on the food menus around the race track (branded content from Chevrolet and Coke was also included). It works independently of the phone carrier and doesn't cost anything to receive the information.

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About ACE Marketing & Promotions Inc.

Ace Marketing & Promotions Inc. (AMKT)

Ace Marketing & Promotions Inc., based in New York, is a full-service promotional marketing company offering a wide array of business solutions. Ace Marketing is a global leader in proximity marketing with proprietary Bluetooth and Wi-Fi integrated technology that establishes the benchmark for how multimedia messages are being delivered. Established in 1998, the Company has built a successful, scalable business platform capable of consolidating a portion of the promotional products industry.

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