Stockton, CA, July 24, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Former ESPN Production staffer, Justin Moreau, is launching a business to help boost Stockton’s flailing economy.
“It’s easy to complain about the economy,” says Moreau, “so we’ve decided to do something about it.”
While Justin used to spend his time in Bristol, CT, producing highlights and other features for SportsCenter, Baseball Tonight and other ESPN programming, he now runs his own advertising agency, Fireplant Media, based in Stockton, CA. Evolving with the times, Fireplant Media is focusing on business owners’ needs by launching a new magazine called BOGOS n 2FERS: everything in the magazine will be at least 50% off. “Just find something – anything – in your business to offer for at least 50% off, 2 for 1, buy-one-get-one, or even free. That will drive customers to your business – all you have to do is keep them.”
BOGOS n 2FERS couldn’t come at a better time as it promises to help businesses increase cash flow while it also helps consumers find great prices on all the things they need.
“We all still need to buy stuff. That’s not going to change. What we can change is the prices of a lot of those things with the help of BOGOS n 2FERS and the businesses that participate. Stockton business owners have been very receptive to the concept of the magazine and any business owner would gladly give you a discount today in order to make you a life-long, loyal customer.”
BOGOS n 2FERS also promises to keep the advertising rates very low for local business owners. “The whole purpose is to keep everyone’s costs down and keep our economy flowing. The business owners are doing their part, so we’ll do our part to help, too.”
BOGOS n 2FERS is a full-gloss, full-color magazine and will be designed in-house by Fireplant Media’s advertising team. This not only gives advertising clients a high-end look and feel in the magazine as a whole, but it also gives them a chance to have an ad designed for them by a real ad agency, something many other publications can’t offer. “Our job is to make our advertising clients more money, period. Whether they launch a full-blown media campaign or just a $200-per-month ad in BOGOS n 2FERS, our job remains the same: to make them more money.”