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View Poll Results: Would you consider Coffee Cup advertising for your business?
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Old 19th December 2010, 10:02 PM   #31
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Default What about "FULL Color" Mugs?

I've done "one-color" coffee mug ads where I put 8 businesses on Coffee Mugs I provided at NO charge. I could only get $395 for the ads HOWEVER, the "Regular Diners" and Coffee Drinkers in each restauant LOVED having their ads on the mugs.

That was back in the "90's". Today, Dec of 2010, I heard of a guy and his wife in the New England area who get $550 per ad and get 8 ads per mug.

Does anyone know of a Co that can print FULL Color on Ceramic Coffee Mugs (144 per restaurant)???

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Midas Man

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Old 19th December 2012, 02:40 PM   #32
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Default Advertise on Coffee Cups

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Hey everybody,

I just started an advertising agency selling advertising space on coffee cups in New York City. All my competition focuses on finding Big companies to sell their adverising space to, but I want to offer my services to small and mid sized businesses. I was wondering if I am going the wrong route. I have not yet started selling yet, actually I am not completely finished with my website yet. I would appreciate some feedback. I really just looking for some guildence. I appreciate your time!!!

-Jacob
Hi Jacob

I have had this idea also, not done much about it, how has it gone for you?

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Chris

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Old 29th December 2012, 05:10 AM   #33
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I reviewed many peoples reply and find same types of reply here and really confusing me to choose right one,

For me it is a good business, if you can earn more and more :P

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