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Moncton Times & Transcript

Moncton Times & Transcripts

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM (ADT)

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Brunswick News is hosting a series of presentations throughout New Brunswick for local businesses and we’ll be conducting them in Moncton during the week of October 12th, 2015.

Join us for a 40 minute presentation to find out how to get better results from your advertising than you’ve ever thought possible. 

As a business person, we know you have a hectic schedule.  That’s why our presentation is short and to the point.  We also have several dates and times for you to choose from because we know you won’t want to miss it.  And we promise -- you’ll be glad you came!

As a thank you for attending, you’ll automatically be eligible to win an Apple Watch!

Please join us at the Four Points by Sheraton Moncton, 40 Lady Ada Boulevard, for one of our presentations during the week of October 17th and take your business to the next level!

We’ll show you how to drive business to your door and we guarantee, it’ll be time well spent!

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Four Points by Sheraton Moncton
40 Lady Ada Boulevard
Moncton, New Brunswick E1G 0E3

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM (ADT)

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Moncton Times & Transcripts

The Times & Transcript has been serving Moncton and surrounding areas for 145 years. Thaddeus Stevens and James Brewster launched the weekly Moncton Times in 1868, and grew the newspaper to daily publication in 1877. In a time when newspapers were unabashedly partisan, a group of Liberal businessmen bought a weekly paper in Sackville called The Transcript in 1882 and moved it to Moncton, immediately establishing it as a daily to compete with the Tory Moncton Times.

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