Denneboom Media

Denneboom Media

September 08, 2008 12:21 ET

Why Is an Ad Agency Giving Away $1000?

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 8, 2008) -

Editors Note: A photo and a video are included with this release.

Media selling pioneer Adbargains has married ad buying with the Internet age with the launch of an online service that lets advertisers buy media faster and often cheaper, all with the click of a mouse. In fact, Adbargains founder and CEO Jack Denneboom is so sure he has discovered the future of ad buying that he is offering new clients $1000 - in the form of a rebate - simply to test drive his simple, yet powerful service.

"Buying media, a process that used to take days and hours, now takes minutes," says Jack Denneboom. "Major cities have over 500 advertising options, yet many businesses don't know which option is best for them and which supplier offers the best deal".

"Time is the most precious commodity for executives today and we are giving it back to them, plus a $1,000 rebate as a reward for being early adopters of our cutting-edge technology," said Denneboom.

Adbargains is offering $1000 rebate on any advertising placed with no minimum purchase required to the first 20 purchasers. The only caveat is that purchasers can not have advertised in their chosen medium before.

Adbargains, a Canadian success story, has taken the speed and cost efficiencies of the web and simplified the media buying process by allowing advertisers to discover all of the advertising options within a given market, review price estimates and then request a quotation of the seller.

With Adbargains, advertisers can research and plan up to 12 months in advance and negotiate prices with prospective sellers, all in one location and all without having to contact each individual seller.

To view a photo of Adbargains founder and CEO Jack Denneboom, please visit the following link:

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