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Five Companies and Agencies Celebrate Award-Wins Showcasing Their Advertising Expertise with Vanity 800 Numbers
Date:2/18/2013

that evaluates ads submitted across multiple categories as part of an overall integrated advertising campaign using the customer’s vanity number.

“We measure our success by our customers' results. Our customers work hard to develop their advertising campaigns, either in-house or with their advertising agency. Many of them report significant increases in call volume as a result of including their Custom 800 number in their ad campaigns, which leads to more sales and higher profits for their businesses. We want to recognize that excellence and honor our customers for their strategic development of their advertising campaigns,” says Laura Noonan, Vice President of Marketing for 800response.

As Ed Malloff of MAN Marketing, Inc. says “We are honored to have our television campaign for WindowWorks recognized by 800response with a Bull’s-Eye Award. We've experienced great success using toll-free vanity numbers to build customer recall so our clients sell more now, and down the road. A strong campaign - now one with accolades - helps us deliver results for our clients.”

“It is gratifying to be recognized for our efforts to let people know that there is help and hope for problem gambling,” said Rick Pyper, Director of the Arizona Office of Problem Gambling when notified that they won two first place awards in the ad contest.

Introduced in 2005, the Bull’s-Eye Ad Awards pays tribute to the customers of 800response and their agency partners who demonstrate their advertising expertise in choosing effective response-generating methods to execute successful advertising campaigns. To view the winning ads, visit http://www.800response.com/success-stories/customer-awards/2012-awards-winners/. And, for additional samples of advertising with vanity numbers, visit

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