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Contact
Craig & Denise Bourne, Owners (email)
Alternate Contact
Phone: 313-995-8326
Fax: 586-883-6809
Established 2003

Address
11624 Cocoa Ct
Sterling Heights, Michigan 48312
Parent Company
NA

Weekly Households
80,000
Carrier Type
Adult
Delivery Availability
As customer requests
System Type
Crew

Areas Served
Weekly - Oakland, Macomb, Wayne Counties; Cleveland, OH area; Evansville, IN area; Other areas upon request

States Served
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania

Publication Types
Doorhangers, Weekly Saturation, Yellow Pages, Magazines, Product Samples

Customer options
Zip codes; Demographic areas; Customer designed delivery areas

Other Services
Printing


Contact
Jim Geottes – Sales and Fulfillment Manager (email)
Alternate Contact Mike Muszall, Vice President
Phone: 248-589-2170
Fax: 248-589-2419
Established 1995

Address
1965 E. Avis Drive
Madison Heights, Michigan 48071
Parent Company
NA

Weekly Households
150,000
Carrier Type
Adult, monitored by GPS tracking
Delivery Availability
As customer requests
System Type
Carried Routed; Crew

Areas Served
Macomb, Oakland & Wayne Counties

States Served
California

Publication Types
Doorhangers, Weekly Saturation, Product Samples

Customer options
Zip codes; Demographic areas; Customer designed delivery areas

Other Services
Printing; Graphic Design; Mailing; Fulfillment; In-Store; Warehousing; Single Copy; Other(Magazine - specific address - delivery)

Associate Members


Contact
Wesley Young , Director of Public Policy (email)
Alternate Contact
Phone: (248) 244-6200

Address
820 Kirts Road, Suite 100
Troy, Michigan 48084

Main Category
Yellow Pages

Service Offered
Wesley Young leads Local Search Association's (LSA) public policy efforts including the management of national, state and local legislative and regulatory advocacy. He leads the associations lobbying efforts before Congress and coordinates all filing efforts with the Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, state bar associations and state legislative associations. He is responsible for advocating on behalf of LSA members on issues such as advertising taxes, B2B commerce limitations such as do-not-fax, do-not-email and do-not-deliver, the environment, privacy and call records legislation. LSA and AAPS have much in common beyond just membership rolls, including dealing with the same city ordinances and state laws that attempt to restrict distribution of publications, combating organized at-tempts from do-not-deliver entities, educating the public on environmental concerns.