By Grace Orok
CrossRiverWatch has launched a new subsidiary “City Ad” which is a hard copy monthly business and advertisement magazine.
The launch was held Thursday in Calabar during the general meeting of the Association of Cross River Online Journalists (ACROJ), where the Acting Chairman, Comrade Hope Obeten described it as a step further.
According to him, “It is a good idea which is a step further, kudos to #TeamCrossRiverWatch. The new media has come to stay and you have proven it one more time.”
In a statement by the Managing Editor of CrossRiverWatch, Mr. Jeremiah Archibong he described the City Ad as “a means of providing advert solution to businesses in Cross River State and beyond. The City Ad has come to stay, the idea is part of a long term research by our team over the 6 years of our existence.”
He further revealed that, “The rates are very fair enough, you can advertise for as low as a thousand naira, two thousand and three thousand. This is a big gap we aim at bridging, I encourage our esteem readers to patronize us, we don’t just watch over the nation’s paradise, we want to provide business solutions too and many more.”
On her part, City Ad Head of Department, Miss Frank Edima said: “Our aim is to promote branding and notify the public of the various businesses available in the State for better patronage by affordable advertising”.
Assuring that, “As the HOD saddled with the responsibility to make this dream a reality, I will diligently do my job.”
For City Ad advert placement, please visit our office at No. 2 Ndidem Usang Iso road Calabar by Rabana round about or call 07083357636 or 08116050254, alternatively you can send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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