Princeton Review Agrees – Valpak is a Great Place to Work

Valpak included in The Princeton Review’s Best Entry-Level Jobs – 2008 Edition.

Largo, FL, May 13, 2007 --( Valpak Direct Marketing Systems has been featured in the 2008 Princeton Review listing of best entry level jobs. Each year local Valpak offices hire several hundred people as local account executives, a position primarily responsible for selling marketing and direct-mail services to local business owners. Many each year are entering the sales field for the first time and receive extensive company sponsored training for their new role.

This year, Valpak is one of only 114 companies selected for this prestigious listing. Other companies include Google, Boeing, and Proctor & Gamble. The Princeton Review surveyed hundreds of companies throughout the country before selecting those recommended in the book.

“Being listed in the Princeton Review is a high honor,” according to Joe Bourdow, President of Valpak. “We want those considering a sales career to see the excitement, energy, and opportunities for success that Valpak has to offer. Many of our top achievers began their sales careers with Valpak and expect to grow with us for many years to come.”

Best Entry-Level Jobs, 2008 Edition, is a premier employment resource for college seniors. It reveals where the best job opportunities are throughout the country and what the graduating student needs to do to get them.

For more information on career opportunities visit or call 1-800-676-6878.

About Valpak®
Headquartered in Largo, Florida, Valpak® is owned and operated by Cox Target Media, one of the leading direct marketing companies in North America. In 2007 the familiar blue Valpak® envelope will deliver savings to nearly 46 million households each month throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Annually, Valpak® distributes some 20 billion offers inserted in nearly 530 million envelopes. In addition,®, an online site for local savings, has over 20 million offer views each month. Cox Target Media is a subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Newspapers, owned by Cox Enterprises, Inc., one of the largest media conglomerates in the United States.

Courtney Thomas