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Amerisave Magazine prides itself on lower prices for our local customers. We offer the most affordable investment possible for advertising in a direct mail program. Our magazines are directly mailed to qualified households that meet certain income standards, that statistics have shown to be the largest number of coupon and offer users.  In addition, we are the ONLY locally owned media in the area, employing artists, salespeople, accountants, and advertising dollars invested in Amerisave, recirculates back through the local economy. Buy Local, buy Amerisave.

Measurable Results

Our family of magazines reaches from Kenner to Hattiesburg, and we mail more magazines per year that our closest competitor. The key to advertising is to keep your message or brand name in front of your desired customer base. The more your brand name is recognized, the more likely you are to attract business. Amerisave offers 10 issues per year packages to keep your brand name fresh and attractive to prospective buyers. You can measure the results of your advertising with well thought out coupon discounts, that will bring customers to your place of business, when and where you need them.  Couponing is the “hottest” thing in America right now, and consumers are becoming accustomed to shopping where coupon discounts are offered.

 

Gift Certificates

Amerisave also offers the opportunity to promote and sell Gift Certi

ficates to your potential customers. Unlike the internet only based, Groupon, Living Social, Yollar.com, Perks of the Day, etc., Amerisave offers a multimedia approach to your gift certificate sales.  Ask your sales representative about our combination print and internet coupon offers. This method gives you DOUBLE exposure: In high quality, 4 color print ad, mailed to thousands of consumers, along with an internet ad and gift certificate offer that you the advertiser control, and reap the benefits. Ask your salesperson to discuss this popular program with you to see if it is right for your company.

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