Alfred Powner Kicks Off Free Stuff

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Web site development start-up The Alfred Powner II Network, Camden, NJ, will launch a new site on Jan. 1 that will offer "free stuff" to consumers. The site will be located at www.apn-freestuff.com.


The site will offer "free stuff" from 27 categories. The categories include: free affiliate programs; free e-mail accounts; free domain parking; free stuff for travelers; free stuff for families; free Web pages; and free auto stuff. Companies such as Barnes and Noble, Pro Flowers.com and Link Exchange will participate and provide some of the offers. The site will also offer Web search capabilities, package tracking and shipping, virtual pets and domain names for $25 a year. A spokesman for The Alfred Powner II Network said it will promote the site through a key word campaign on the search engine Yahoo.
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