More NewsShatner Sings Praises of priceline.com Mortgage Service

Shatner Sings Praises of priceline.com Mortgage Service

priceline.com on Thursday kicked off a national advertising campaign in support of theexpanded launch of its name-your-price mortgage service, featuring spokesmanWilliam Shatner singing its praises.

Priceline.com (PCLN) on Thursday kicked off a national advertising campaign in support of the expanded launch of its name-your-price mortgage service, featuring spokesman William Shatner singing its praises.

The company is also pushing the new service with a promotion, which rewards users of the service with two free airline tickets to any destination in the continental US.

The advertising campaign will feature national TV, radio, and print media buys. priceline.com didn’t reveal precise spending numbers, but said it would be a multi-million dollar effort.

The priceline.com mortgage service was beta tested in New York and Florida, and the company is now rolling it out nationwide.

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