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BMJ Stone
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Hohmann and Barnard, Inc.
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March 15, 2004 9:39 AM CST

Still Doubting the Internet?

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Do you still have lingering questions about whether or not your company should have its own website or advertise online? Well I'm here to provide answers and clear up the confusion!

Websites can help get your company noticed by millions of potential customers, all over the globe! To get this kind of exposure you would have to spend millions of dollars to advertise during the Super Bowl - the Mason Contractors Association is offering you this opportunity for only $2,000 ($2,500 non members)! Wow, what a deal! Please read "Why Your Company Needs a Web Site" on page 48 in the March issue of Masonry magazine for more details on how a website can help your company!

Don't forget about banner advertising and the MCAA Buyer's Guide either! Our website averages approximately 9,000 hits per day, including 22,952 hits on January 12th alone! That adds up to 22,952 potential customers in one day!

For more information on website design, banner advertising, or the Buyer's Guide, please visit our website (www.masoncontractors.org) and contact Tim O'Toole toll free at (800) 536-2225 or by e-mail at totoole@masoncontractors.org.

Visit the MCAA booth at the 2004 Masonry Showcase in Las Vegas for a live demonstration of website design, banner advertising and the Buyer's Guide!


About the Author

Tim O’Toole is the Director of Marketing, Education, and Information Technology for the MCAA. He has a Masters in Business Administration from Webster University and has worked in the masonry industry since 2003.

 

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