Bill Insert

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Bill Insert

Marketing material sent in the mail along with a regular bill. This allows a company to maximize its advertisements at the lowest possible price because it does not have to pay for extra postage. A bill insert is also called a bill stuffer.
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30pm: Meet with Antonio, manager of Sapporo, and Andre, manager of Il Forno, to brief them on the email campaign, and also provide them with posters, bill inserts, and flyers to run in conjunction with the campaign.
Consumers were first informed of the elevated lead levels in October 2002 via water bill inserts and a mailed brochure--means that some critics say tended to downplay the situation.
That may have been in response to bill inserts the company sent out in October and November that better explained the program.
SYLVANIA WAS CITED FOR ITS PROMOTIONAL ACTIVITIES DURING 2002, WHICH CENTERED AROUND THE ENERGY STAR QUALIFICATIONS THEY INCLUDED MAJOR NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS, POINT-OF-PURCHASE MATERIALS, RETAIL CIRCULARS AND UTILITY BILL INSERTS.
Materials include homeowner's guides on proper management of septic systems, an overview of how wastewater systems work, utility bill inserts for homeowners on sanitary sewers or septic systems, an educational poster with classroom activities, and information on accessing funding from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund.
Campaign components include ads in the local newspaper and city publications, and on cable television, utility bill inserts, and the city's Web site.
Customers will be notified of the official name change through television, radio, newspaper and billboard advertising, bill inserts and direct mail.
The Vendor Must Support Bill Inserts Printed By The City And Provide Insert Printing Services As Well.
This month, customers across Duke Energy service areas will receive bill inserts describing the energy assistance program available in their specific service area.
Presentations will be made to schools, bill inserts will be mailed out and a Web site will be created to educate the public.
Petty has found bill inserts and direct mail to be the most effective way to reach rural customers.
Posters were displayed in local businesses, reprinted in "The View," and distributed as utility bill inserts.