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No, I don't get it. There is an ad for Gannett Foundation local grants if that is what you are referring to.
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Hay! I dont think there using the write word in they're headline. Their has to be a proofreader somewhere.... hahahahaha
10:41 are you joking? It's the first thing I noticed. Being a print artist sucks. If you make a mistake, it's permanently set in ink. If you're in digital, just refresh the page...what mistake?
Too funny, 11:47. Unfortunately, this is more common than not these days.
What happened? Missed it.
I didn't click through to see if this is the dealers "value statement", but knowing some advertisers it may be their "issue" and not the copywriters. For those who missed it...YOUR...YOU'RE.
8:27, that's been my experience as well. I would advise the client of the proper spelling, and the client would insist otherwise. When I would relay this as a content-quality / product-credibility issue to my superior, I would be told "they're paying for the ad."
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