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    TopTen10 Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Feb 2, 2009, 03:23 PM
    Advertising? Inflatables?
    I just moved to the bay area in California and I'm looking to start a new business and was wondering if anyone can suggest an outdoor advertising company (not only billboards, but signs, inflatables and other forms of advertising/marketing). Thanks in advance!
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    Feb 3, 2009, 11:08 AM
    Hi There,

    I'm currently interning at a marketing company that has an outdoor advertising division. They do all the sign manufacturing in-house and it's really top notch. Here's a bit more information on them or you can check out their website.

    ((( LInk deleted **** (a division of Marketshare, Inc.) is located in Milpitas, California and is the premier sign manufacturer for home builders throughout Northern California. We've worked with such national builders as Pulte Homes and Centex homes, as well as more regional builders like Summerhill Homes and Citation Homes.

    Our services include most all outdoor advertising such as billboards, permanent and weekend signs, high-flying inflatables, bicycle signs, human billboards (or living signs), and guerrilla marketing. Our service scope also includes commercial signage and large-format printing and installation like the window clings seen on the Axis high-rise project in San Jose, CA.

    For a free quote on products and services, you can visit our website or contact *** contact info deleted **
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    Fr_Chuck Posts: 81,301, Reputation: 7692

    Feb 3, 2009, 11:30 AM

    Since both the question and the answer has came from the same IP address, and that IP address is owned by that company,

    I am so "surprised" that a person working for this company wanted to find a company that did this work.

    I have contacted the company and asked them to remove their post

    I guess they felt they could pretend to be someone, and advertise by coming in the next day and giving a answer.

    I do hope this is not normal company procedures.

    I do look forward to seeing their response to why this is being done.
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    Fr_Chuck Posts: 81,301, Reputation: 7692

    Feb 3, 2009, 01:19 PM

    And I normally delte these but I think it is better justice to let them to shown for this, I bet this negative advertising being caught doing this, might be a better example

    Most likely delte it a little latter

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