Henderson, NV, March 02, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- For those old enough to remember the K Tel Records key store ads from the 1970's, the concept has returned via TV4U, the 48 channel IPTV network and Grand National Distributors, the Henderson, Nevada based consumer goods distributor.
When stores carry Grand National Distributors products, they will receive TV advertising for those products, complete with key store signage within the ads. Initial advertisers in the program are Nika Water, Sportastic Sports Drink, and Chelas Antro's Mix.
"We are very excited about this new program," said Charry Kennedy, CEO of TV4U. "The TV ads will appear on cable TV, broadcast stations, plus IPTV programming."
In the 1970's it was K Tel International, the seminal TV record marketer, who would place the K Tel packaged records in stores and the provide key store advertising to identify K Tel outlets and promote the sale of the records at the outlets. This then novel marketing plan propelled K Tel to become a major record label.
TV4U ads appear not only on the 48 TV4U IPTV channels located on TV4U.Com, but also in TV programming on local broadcast stations. In Las Vegas, the TV4U ads appear on KTUD-TV 25, 'Vegas TV'.
"TV4U provides products like Nika Water, Sportastic Sports Drink, and Chelas Antro's Mix with a platform to market their products to the consumer on TV without spending money on expensive ads," Kennedy continued.
Retail outlet owners herald the return of the Margate key store ad campaign that allows them to have TV advertising so sorely needed to compete with national companies. Now, independent stores can benefit from TV advertising
without additional cost to them.
TV4U and Grand National Distributors are currently looking to expand the key store TV program to products beyond the first three pilot products. TV4U is prepared to offer up to 12 products with this TV ads marketing program.
TV4U produces and distributes more than 8,000 classic TV shows on their 48 channel IPTV network TV4U.Com. Through it's TVS Television Network, it distributes TV programming to broadcast TV stations and cable networks.