Friday, December 26, 2014

Calling ALL SMITHS. It's National Smith Day ©1995 20TH Year Anniversary come January 2015! Get Yearlong Coverage here from the Holidate's Inventor & Creator: ASK: Adrienne Sioux kooperSMITH.

ASK/Chicago: Upon the 20TH Year Anniversary of my Holidate known as: National Smith Day ©1995, you are invited to hook up in order to receive: Year-long Visibility and Exposure by one of the top PR Experts in the USA via:


The Book of Smith ©1995

The Amazing Story of America's Most Popular Last Name: SMITH.



All Derivatives of this Name, SMITH, are considered. After all, who isn't a SMITH; was a Smith and/or may become one. Such is the nature of America's Most Popular Surname.


Rates are $400 a Month, prepaid monthly which includes Tweets, Facebook Posts weekly, and your own Page here on this Blog, THE AMAZING STORY OF AMERICA's MOST POPULAR LAST NAME and when an Opportunity presents itself, you will be automatically linked via Facebook or Twitter. That is known as a RETAINER in the PR Marketing World. 


Since this Holidate is so immensely popular and because hundreds of interviews have been granted the last 19 years,, this can only enhance your Visibility by being a Smith, in whatever Industry or Capacity you may be in.


FURTHERMORE:  Because ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith is deemed as:


'America's Premier Eventologist'


with 1,900 HOLIDATES on her Roster, the Media loves a Good Story.


Make it yours by signing up today.


Contact ASK/Creator for any Questions/Queries you have:


@ASK_Koopersmith – via Twitter.

This is an ongoing Weekly Effort. You can sign up when you wish for how long you wish to be part of this Marketing Phenomena.

What better way is there to celebrate the 20TH Year Anniversary - Birthday - Celebration of:


Deadline: January 2, 2015 for Weekly Visibility throughout 2015.  A specialized Specialty as this does not come by often (enough).



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Chicago, Illinois USA


©1979-2014.  ASK: Adrienne Sioux Koopersmith. 

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