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September 30, 2004
Garbage truck advertisements OK'd in Hollywood, but with taste, no trash
(From the Sun Sentinel)

City commissioners have found a trashy way to raise extra cash: advertisements on garbage trucks. But the ads, of course, must be tasteful. [Click for the full article]

September 29, 2004
City commissioners today will vote on a plan that could bring in more than $100,000 a year, according to the man who proposed it.
(From the Miami Herald)

Hollywood could decide today to clean up with a down-and-dirty marketing idea: Selling advertising on garbage trucks. [Click for the full article]

July 12, 2004
VisionBurst Launches Web Site for American Democracy Project; Controversial Site to be Featured on The O'Reilly Factor
CastorTruth.com exposes the alleged mishandling of allegations of terrorist infiltration at University of South Florida by Senatorial Candidate Betty Castor during her tenure there as President. [Click for the full article]

July 6, 2004
VisionBurst Launches Ad Campaign with WFTL 850 AM
In an effort to reach South Florida's business community, VisionBurst will air its newest 60-second commercial on WFTL 850 AM (Live 85) during daytime talk and drive times. [Hear the commercial]

May 30, 2004
VisionBurst Receives Critical Acclaim for Local Web Site
The Sun-Sentinel's web guru Eyal Goldshmid reviewed a VisionBurst creation in the paper's Sunday Arts & Entertainment section.  [Click for the review]

May 19, 2004
Marketing Guru Turns Guerrilla
VisionBurst President Avi Frier joins elite group of Certified Guerrilla Marketing Coaches  [Click for full article]

March 10, 2004
Winning Candidates Ran Locally, Marketed Globally
VisionBurst developed campaign web sites for three of the candidates in Hollywood's 2003 municipal election.  All three won.  [Click for full article]

January 8, 2004
VisionBurst Takes a Stand on Manufacturing in U.S.
Hollyopoly Game to be made locally and assembled by Hollywood's Homeless.  [Click for full article]

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