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eCommercial.com Signs Marketing Pact with Stan Lee Media

eCommercial.com signed a three-yearagreement with Stan Lee Media Inc. to produce aseries of Internet direct mail campaigns aimed at promoting Stan Lee productsand super hero characters for prospective corporate sponsorships.

eCommercial.com signed a three-year agreement with Stan Lee Media Inc. to produce a series of Internet direct mail campaigns aimed at promoting Stan Lee products and super hero characters for prospective corporate sponsorships.

According to the agreement, eCommercial will deliver Stan Lee’s promotional content via a series of eCommercial campaigns aimed at potential Stan Lee customers, and subsequently, evaluate the results of the campaigns.

eCommercial said it will derive revenues based on a percentage of corporate sponsorship fees and merchandise sales accruing to Stan Lee as a result of the campaigns. The company also will produce a campaign positioning Stan Lee as a new entry in the public marketplace, with “a significant appeal to the financial and business community.”

Total revenue from the agreement is expected to exceed $2 million over the three-year term and, based upon a projected profit margin of 75 percent, result in pre-tax earnings of approximately five cents per year, eCommercial said.

eCommercial.com is a producer of fully integrated Internet-based direct mail advertising campaigns. eCommercials are highly compressed multimedia files that combine audio, video, graphics, animations and hypertext links that are sent as email attachments.

Stan Lee Media Inc. is a newly established Internet-based multimedia production and marketing company founded by Marvel Comics founder Stan Lee. Lee is the co-creator of popular super heroes including Spider Man, The Incredible Hulk, The X Men and The Fantastic Four.

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