A letter from Fletcher Prince to its clients

David and MaryDear Fletcher Prince clients (and future clients!),

Thank you for your wonderful support and for allowing us to help you with your creative marketing, video, and public relations projects.  We love working with you.  We love being creative for you.

We know times are tough, and we all have to tighten our belts.  But this is also an opportune time to step up and make yourself known, marketing-wise.   Companies who invest in marketing now will prosper when the economic situtation improves.  Fletcher Prince is committed, now more than ever, to delivering value for your marketing dollars.

Do you have graphic design or marketing projects in mind right now, but you aren’t sure if you can afford to go through with them at this time?  Talk to us! We might have some ideas you hadn’t thought about, or we may know some new ways to cut costs.  For instance, if you don’t have the money to re-design your web site, think about launching a branded blog.  If your direct mail budget has been cut, talk to us about creating an email campaign.  We can help you with projects like these.

With Fletcher Prince, you get the maximum value for your marketing investment because you work with veteran communicators and designers, and you pay by the project, not by retainer.  And because we are a small company, you get the personal attention you deserve.  These days, that’s more important than ever.

Again, thank you for letting us work with you.


David and Mary


About Mary Fletcher Jones

Mary Fletcher Jones is a public relations and marketing consultant, and owns Fletcher Prince (www.FletcherPrince.com). Follow Mary on Twitter @FletcherPrince.

Posted on May 9, 2009, in Fletcher Prince News. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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