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Custom Ad Specialties Online seeking craziest story of Atlantic City vacation

CAS Online Company wants to hear about the craziest vacation ever in Atlantic City in latest contest with winner to be given year long discount on entire catalog of products

2010-09-18
ATLANTIC CITY, NJ, September 18, 2010 (Press-News.org) The Custom Ad Specialties Online Company wants to hear about the craziest vacation ever in Atlantic City in latest contest with winner to be given year long discount on entire catalog of products. As a promotional company with roots in the Atlantic City region, and the ability to provide their products all across the US and abroad - via online business platform- CAS Online has taken stake as the area's dominant supplier of all things promotional. Due to their popularity with small business vendors and consumers alike CAS Online has become the benchmark of success as well as a primary resource for consumer affairs.

With 2010 shaping up to be a banner year, CAS Online has taken into the field of consumer research to further pronounce their attitude towards the current consumer base. From this their latest contest has been launched. "What is your craziest vacation in Atlantic City" is the contest, and anyone in the US (must be current citizen or resident) can submit their experience and all applicants will be excepted up to the contest's closure on December 15, 2010. The winner will be chosen by management and notified by e-mail. Contest rules and regulations are as follows*:
1. Submittals must be in electronic form and 200-300 words
2. All submittals must be original and will not be returned
3. All applicants must be 18 years of age or older
4. Include name, address, phone, and age in submital

*For a full set of rules and regulations please contact CAS Online directly

More about Company

Custom Ad Specialties Online.com is provides apparel, accessories, and other promotional products to all who choose to take advantage of their warehouse pricing and streamlined supply chain methods.

2010 has been a tumultuous year to say the least, but good times and financial rebirth is forecasted for 2011 and that is exactly where Custom Ad Specialties Online wants to be, aligned with financial growth of the small business sector, and able to support all small business development on a grand scale. With that in mind, owner Audrey Underwood has decided to extend a wide-sweeping discount as a means for showing her solidarity to all small business operators as well as to entice new business for herself and vendors. In addition, with their recently re launched website, www.Custom Ad Specialties Online.com, Underwood and her company are now able to offer top promotional items at a discount beyond all competitor offerings.

Custom Ad Specialties Online.com presents a multi-platform product list to their clients of: apparel, drink ware, key chains, writing instruments, post it notes, etc. As well as the ability to create a customized logo for implementation into the products to which their clients purchase. From the inception of the company, efforts have remained constant to cater towards those searching for great products at a great price without having to make bulk orders. With this in mind, the company hopes their newly launched website, will now be the primary tool of their clients, offering them the ability to review, design, and purchase their products at any time of day, any day of the week without the hassles involved in physically visiting a company's store site.


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[Press-News.org] Custom Ad Specialties Online seeking craziest story of Atlantic City vacation
CAS Online Company wants to hear about the craziest vacation ever in Atlantic City in latest contest with winner to be given year long discount on entire catalog of products