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eCom eCom.com Signs Marketing Pact with Webnet-Marketing

Riviera Beach, FL-based Internet auction house eCom eCom.com Inc.signed with Webnet-Marketing Inc., anindependent media placement agency.

Riviera Beach, FL-based Internet auction house eCom eCom.com Inc. signed with Webnet-Marketing Inc., an independent media placement agency.

Webnet will promote and advertise the ECEC Trading Club, the company’s new Internet auction site. Billings were not disclosed.

To promote the grand opening of the auction site and a $10,000 grand prize drawing, Webnet has already secured advertising on the Yahoo, Lycos and Excite. The winner of the $10,000 cash prize will be selected from registrants who list items for sale through the Trading Club’s auction, although anyone who signs up for free membership in the club prior to the grand opening on April 29 will be eligible to win a prize.

The Trading Club limits its charges to a $36 annual sellers fee, which has been waived to celebrate the grand opening.

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