Better prices beat ad campaigns

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I read the article (" 'Whiteboard' shows what Brown can do," Jan. 15 DM News) about UPS spending another $35 million on advertising. We switched our shipping from UPS to FedEx about eight years ago because a FedEx rep called and offered a 20 percent discount off the published rates. We had been a loyal customer of UPS for more than 15 years. We are now a loyal customer of FedEx.

UPS can "What Can Brown Do for You" and "Whiteboard" from now until Super Bowl No. 422. I need affordable shipping, not ads.

Sam Leandro

Bell Springs Publishing

Willits, CA

bellsprings@instawave.net

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