More NewsBeFirst.com Signs Promo Pact with Clear Channel

BeFirst.com Signs Promo Pact with Clear Channel

Internet marketing and solutions company BeFirst.com signed a promotional deal withClear Channel Los Angeles, a division of media companyClear Channel Communications Inc.

Internet marketing and solutions company BeFirst.com signed a promotional deal with Clear Channel Los Angeles, a division of media company Clear Channel Communications Inc.

BeFirst.com said it will leverage the relationship with Clear Channel Los Angeles, and its 11 affiliate radio stations to support the upcoming launch of FindWhat.com, a pay-for-placement search engine. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

For the launch, BeFirst.com said it is planning a nationwide advertising and marketing campaign, and plans to devote significant promotional efforts in Southern California.

FindWhat.com gains the title sponsorship of KIIS/FM 102.7’s “The Rick Dees $2 Million Birthday Game,” said to be the radio industry’s largest cash contest ever. The “Find the $2 million at FindWhat.com” campaign includes television advertising, promotion on Clear Channel’s radio stations and branded links to all Clear Channel Los Angeles Web sites.

The Rick Dees $2 Million Birthday Game promotion launches on Labor Day and continues through Thanksgiving.

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