Journal Express, Knoxville, IA

Business Spotlight

February 14, 2011

Spotlight Your Business for Free in the Knoxville Journal Express

Knoxville — The Knoxville Journal Express and the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to shine the spotlight on our local businesses!

Simply by being a member of the Chamber of Commerce or an active advertiser with the Journal Express, your business could be chosen as the spotlight business of the week. All we ask is that you complete the information in the attached form and return it to the Knoxville Journal Express. If you can email a picture of the business and/or of the owner/principal, that would be appreciated. If not, please include photos that we can scan.

Each week we will draw one business to spotlight on the pages of the Journal Express. There may be some weeks when more than one business is featured, depending on available space. All entries will be featured. Once your business has been spotlighted, it will be taken out of the drawing.

The value of the space is $123 - but costs you nothing! Your membership in the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce and your relationship with your local newspaper gets you a chance at tooting your own horn - for FREE!

Please compete the attached information and return it to the Knoxville Journal Express. The sooner you respond, the sooner you'll see this regular feature on the pages of the paper!

Get your Spotlight Business form here!

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