Feb 2022 By Chase
It is that time of year again to do your Certificate of Substantial Performance (CSP) and other notices Account Review. In less than five minutes, you could see if you are getting the best available rate on the market and then determine how to reinvest those savings in your business.
As part of doing the account review for new clients between who contact me between Feb. 5 and March 15, you will also receive a free CSP ad to use within 30 days with no other catch but to see how fast, effective and great our overall service is.
With your account, you can review each notice with a proof we provide to ensure accurate information or elect to have our admin team review and approve for you. All orders received and signed off by 5 p.m. Monday to Friday will run the next business day.
For payment you can pre-pay when submitting online or get an invoice the day your notice runs; it is always your choice. Best yet, if ever a notice runs with an error, even it is because of an error in the original form, your corrected notice will run again at no additional cost.
As well, as a CSP or other notice client, you also get a few other great benefits such as Free Job ads for openings you may have, news coverage of submitted media releases (new projects, new hires), industry news and even free articles about your completed projects.
Again, thisfree account review and CSP offer for new clients who have never free notice publication from us, is open from Feb. 5 to March 15. Use the code “Chase the Savings” when you reach out. If you are an existing client you can share this promo with another industry partner you work with so they can get the free ad and you will get 50% off your next notice. If you have any questions, please reach out email@example.com or call (905) 341-8686.
Chase is the director of marketing and client relations for the Construction News and Report Group as well as the associate publisher for the Ontario Construction Report, our daily digital newspaper the Ontario Construction News as well as several US markets including Chicago, Florida, New York, North Carolina and California.