John Viehman, VillageSoup/Courier Publications
Contact: John Viehman
Physical Address: 5 Colcord Ave. Unit #2
Mailing Address: PO Box 1076
Camden, ME 04843-1076
Phone: 207-594-4401 x131
Email: JViehman@VillageSoup.com

 

 

Whatever Your Business Need, I Can Help.

 

  • Attracting year-round or seasonal customers
  • Reducing inventory
  • Generating cash-flow
  • Introducing a new product
  • Putting heads-in-beds
  • Bringing bodies-through-the-door
  • Creating brand awareness
  • Gaining market share

Whatever your business need, I can help you develop a strategy and a compelling message that leverages our print and online marketing to reach the largest possible audiences. As your advocate, I can help you see your business through the eyes of your customers.

 

Call me and let's get started: 207-446-5873. Or via email: JViehman@VillageSoup.com.

 

John Viehman is Director of New Business Development & Marketing for VillageSoup/Courier Publications LLC.

 

Courier Publications' three newspapers (Courier Gazette, Camden Herald, and Republican Journal) focus on community news in Knox and Waldo counties in Midcoast Maine and keep citizens connected to important events and issues on its related web sites throughout the week. VillageSoup hosts their companion websites, which feature writers from the papers along with posts from community members, businesses and organizations. All are locally owned and operated.

 

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