In a bold move to go green and reduce print costs, AT&T will replace the majority of its white pages phone directories with a CD in two prominent markets. Customers in Atlanta and Austin will continue to receive their copy of The Real Yellow Pages print book with all the features and coupons that they are accustomed to receiving.
We discovered that The Quarry golf course plays tight and contains golf ball eating rattlesnakes. So don’t venture into the high rough. We found out that, even 172 years later, we still remember the Alamo and the fact that we lost that battle. But we really went down there to learn something new by talking with our publisher customers and industry peers.
Today we’re headed down to the Association of Directory Publishers Mid Year conference in San Antonio, TX.
We always enjoy meeting with our customers and industry partners while attending these conferences. The ADP conference comes at an interesting time in the Yellow Pages advertising industry. While a number of publishers are still very successful and have seen continued growth in print advertising
Let’s face it, around the country and around the world, going green is becoming commonplace. Companies ranging from Wal-Mart to the Green Mountain Power utility in Colchester, Vt. are taking great strides to operate in an environmentally friendly manner. And more recently, hotel chains have begun implementing corporate environmental policies