Winner Takes Home $100,000

Cindy Helbling of Pittsburgh, PA is one very happy woman.  She was recently awarded a check for $100,000 as the winner of the 2009 “Strike It Rich” VI Early Bird Sweepstakes.  She first entered the sweepstakes in February of 2008 and she received entry information in the mail.  National Magazine Exchange is a division of …

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Donation from ThinkDirect Marketing Group

ThinkDirect Marketing Group has just announced a donation of $1000 to Community Action Stops Abuse (CASA), a spouse abuse shelter located in St. Petersburg, Florida.  This is the latest example of the ongoing support that ThinkDirect Marketing Group has offered to the Tampa Bay community. CASA was first established in 1977 to provide a safe location for battered …

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Get Travelling!

If you love to travel, you should probably do a few things before you pack up and head out.  Certainly, you’ll want to have good equipment.  If you plan to hike a good deal, you’ll want to have the right shoes, a great backpack and camping materials.  You’ll also want to make smart decisions about …

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Here Comes the Bride!

Certainly, there are brides who need a lot of things.  You know the ones – with the huge registry from many stores and the millions of items begging to be bought.  Some brides, however, seem to need very little.  Other times, even if the bride has a long registry, it’s possible that you don’t want …

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Magazine Recycling Promotes Literacy

Honestly – your magazine recycling can promote and enhance someone else’s literacy.  How?  Well, whether you’ve purchased your magazines through National Magazine Exchange or through another company, you’ll finish reading and enjoying them at some point.  When you do, you can certainly throw them away or recycle them in the recycling bin. Instead, however, you …

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