Everyone wants to stand out, especially in advertising. It only makes sense that achieving the desired impact requires a lot of airtime, but airtime is expensive, and most of the time, the results are far from ideal. The Wholesale Airtime Auction brings good news with the launch of their new legal TV advertising website. The website features a different approach towards legal TV advertising through their weekly fire sale auctions of unsold TV and radio inventory.
The Wholesale Airtime Auction aims to put an end to the expensive firework-like advertisements and commercials that other companies offer. M. Dennis Frey, director of The Wholesale Airtime Auction, said: “We at WAA think that the best way to make a lasting impression to your viewers is to have commercials that are seen more frequently and say things more consistently.” He also adds: “We always want to make sure that our clients get the most of what they invest. We created a special website for legal TV advertising because we want them to know what we can do for them.”
The new legal TV advertising website features details on the key benefits they offer, such as lowest-cost acquisition, bidding on cost per thousand (CPM), flexible local, regional, or national legal TV advertising campaigns, and a variety of campaign customization features. Other features that clients can also find on the website are links to The Wholesale Airtime Auction’s other services, such as remnant TV advertising, remnant radio advertising, previously-aired commercials, blog articles, and a contact page.
Want find out more about The Wholesale Airtime Auction’s new legal TV advertising website? Contact them via one of these three options:
Mail - 9 E. Loockerman St. Ste. 3A-449, Dover, DE 19901
Internet - www.legaltvadvertisingcommercials.com
Telephone - (302) 724-6592
Company Contact Information
Wholesale Airtime Auction LLC
M. Dennis Frey - Sales Director
9 East Loockerman St. Ste. 3A449
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