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TSNC begins service to schools in CCSD
Published on Fri, Apr 4, 2014 (10:37 a.m.)The School Newsletter Company, a communication and alternative revenue resource for schools, has announced its expansion into Clark County, Nevada. The company has hired Mike & Gabby Catapano, local parents to expand into Clark County and work with schools in The Clark County School District. The company is already providing services to some of the largest school districts in the country in 12 other states.
“Our rapid growth is due to the company’s successful business model and its ability to build long-lasting relationships with school administrators and their school communities,” said Joe Mivshek, CEO and Founder of The School Newsletter Company. “We help schools provide a parent communications tool that parents can now read on their smart phone or tablet…..which is where most parents spend their free time.”
“We enable advertisers to reach a previously unreachable market, and create an alternative revenue source for schools to fund important programs and initiatives,” added Mivshek.
Prior to joining The School Newsletter Company family, The Catapano’s were involved in local real estate and real estate-related businesses in Clark County. They have two sons who attend CCSD schools.
“We are excited for Mike & Gabby as they begin to build long term relationships throughout CCSD for the benefit of the local schools,” said Mivshek. “Their business savvy and experience in real estate and other businesses in the community make them the ideal community builders for this area.”
Quickly becoming one of the best sources of alternative revenue for schools, The School Newsletter Company works with business owners, corporations, and organizations throughout the country to build relationships and assist schools by providing an alternative revenue stream through advertising. The newsletter is sent to parents email and others interested in news and communication from local schools. The service is offered free to schools and provides the school with a great parent communications tool.
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