- How to advertise
- Do I need an account to advertise?
- How do I place an advert?
- What is ”the printed sheet”?
- Can I include a picture with my advert?
- Can I edit my advert after placing it?
- What is ”Email Me”?
- Will my ad appear on Twitter?
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- What is “Email Me”?
- Can I reply to an advert with a CV?
- Why should I create an account?
- What are tagged words?
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- Can I design my own box ad?
- Event advertising
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- I want to sell my house.
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- Do you deliver flyers or posters?
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- Can you invoice me?
- I run a business. Can I place free adverts?
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- Is there a deadline?
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- I think I’m exempt from VAT
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- Why was my advert removed?
- I can’t see the picture on my advert.
- I can’t reply to an advert.
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How to Advertise with Daily Info
Do I need to create an account to advertise?
No. You can place an advert or event listing on any section of the website (except Houses for Sale and Oxford Answers) without creating an account. However, creating an account enables you to do lots of useful things.
How do I place an advert?
Click on the orange button at the top of any page. You’ll be asked to choose which of our classified ad pages is most appropriate for your advert. You can then enter the text of your advert, your contact details, and attach any images or logos you wish to appear in your advert.
If you’re not sure what you want to say in your ad, give us a call on 01865 241133 and we’ll do our best to advise you.
What is “the printed sheet”?
It’s an A2 poster, displayed in over 450 venues across Oxford. We estimate that it’s seen by roughly 10,000 people every week. The sheet contains paid advertising and complete cinema and theatre listings for Oxford. It also features other event listings (for meetings, gigs, lectures etc.), as well as reviews and articles.
Venues displaying the sheet include pubs, cafés, libraries, language schools, offices, and departments at both Oxford and Oxford Brookes University. Our sheet is also displayed in every college at Oxford University. Click here for the complete list of display points and how to subscribe to the sheet. Click here for a pdf of the current issue.
Want your own copy of Daily Info delivered twice weekly? If you're on one of our routes, and if we think enough people will see it, it's free. More info here...
What types of advert are available?
On our classified ad pages, we offer three types of advert: paid line adverts, free line adverts, and box adverts. All prices quoted are for one week’s advertising online, and one inclusion in our printed sheet.
Free adverts appear on the website only, below the paid line ads, in a smaller font. Unlike paid ads, they have a word limit - usually 10 words, but on some pages, like Lost and Found and Childrens’ Things, this is longer. The word limit includes your contact details (see What Counts As A Word?). You can include your website address in the text, but the link will not be live unless you have a paid line or a box ad.
Paid line adverts are unformatted text, with the first few important words in bold. They appear in the printed sheet, and online in the paid advert section, below the display box adverts. They can be of any length, and cost 50p/word + VAT, minimum £5 + VAT. Live links can be included.
Free ads in the property and sales sections are intended only for private individuals. We ask that businesses wanting to advertise in this section use our paid ad service instead.
Display box adverts are much larger, more prominent, and more eye-catching. They can include formatted text, logos, images and other designs. They appear in the printed sheet (in black and white), and at the top appropriate page online (in colour, displayed in a random order with other display box adverts).
These adverts are also linked to from the revolving ad space on our homepage, and our review and feature pages. If your box advert is appropriate to more than one section on the website, we'll also place it there. Box advert costs are based on their size, starting at £30 + VAT for a 3cm box advert in print.
You can send us a box advert of your own design (design specs), or we can create one to your specifications. There is no extra charge for this service.
Can I design my own box ad?
We can create your ad to your specifications, including your logo, other images or particular fonts, etc. The ad will not be published until we receive your approval of the proof. There is no extra charge for this service.
Alternatively, you can email us your own design (high-quality jpg, tif, gif, png or pdf. We can also accept hard copy by post). We’ll need a black-and-white (or at least high-contrast) version for the printed sheet, legible at a column width of 6.8cm, as well as a colour version for the website.
Our column width is 6.8cm* in print, and we charge either £10, £11 or £12 per column centimetre* in height, per issue (Complete Price List). The minimum size is 1 column width (6.8cm*) x 3cm* height. Online, the width of a single column ad is 340 px, and the height translates as 50 px to a centimetre, so a 3cm* ad is 340 px by 150 px; a 4cm* ad is 340 px by 200 px etc. You can also book a double column ad. That’s 14cm* across in print and 700 px online. Whatever size of ad you choose, the proportions of the ad stay the same in print and online.
A live link to your website or email address is included. As a rough guide, you can get about 30 words in our smallest box, although of course, the fewer words, the more impact your ad will have (see Effective Advertising).
*Column centimetres: occasionally, when we have a very high volume of advertising, in order to fit all the ads into print, we produce a sheet with 7 columns instead of 6. This means that all the content - ads, listings, cartoons etc - is slightly reduced in size. Because we have a very tight turnaround on ads, we don't always know in advance how full a sheet is going to be, so we cannot always predict when we're going to have to add an extra column. The size of the ad online is unaffected. We considered printing twice as often, but since that would mean that the ads had half the normal duration in print, thought that adding an extra column would be preferable.
How can I advertise my event?
We provide free information about What’s On in Oxfordshire. Our events pages range from Gigs, Cinema and Theatre to Music & Dance or Sports/Wellbeing Classes, Meetings, Exhibitions and Religious Services.
A basic listing on these pages is instant and free; if you want more exposure for your event, we recommend taking out a box ad: more details on event advertising...
How soon will my advert appear? is there a deadline?
There is no deadline for the website. Your advert will appear online immediately after you’ve placed it (if you can’t find it, this might be why). If it’s a paid advert, it will appear immediately in the free advert section, and be moved into paid advert section as soon as it’s processed, which should normally be within two working hours.
Paid adverts also appear in our printed sheet. The printed sheet is issued on Tuesdays and Fridays, and the deadline for inclusion is 10am Monday and 10am Thursday respectively. Subscribers can expect their copy to arrive on Monday and Thursday evenings.
|Deadlines for paid ads|
|Deadline||10am Mon||10am Thu|
|Day your ad appears online||The same day (subject, if a box, to our receipt of your final approval by email)|
|Day your ad appears in print||Tuesday||Friday|
The deadline for an advert to appear in the printed sheet is always 10am the day before the next edition. We then send the sheet out round Oxford by bicycle at 5pm, to be displayed the following morning.
Can you invoice me?
For first-time advertisers and private individuals, we prefer to take payment in advance by credit or debit card - you can submit your details safely via our merchant service provider when you place your ad on the website, or you can call us on 01865 241133.
DON’T SEND US (OR ANYONE) YOUR CARD DETAILS BY EMAIL. You can also pay by cheque (to "Daily Information Ltd"), or drop in to our offices and pay in cash.
If you are a company and would like to pay by invoice for future ads, ask us about setting up an account so that we can invoice you for subsequent ads.
Will my ad appear on Twitter?
As a general rule, yes; most of our ads are automatically sent out to our twitter feeds. We also maintain a reviews feed as well as a non-automated, human-driven office feed. You can see and follow any of our feeds from our Twitter page. Please note: we do not guarantee exposure for your ad via twitter.
Can I edit my advert after placing it?
Yes. Although you can't edit it directly, we're happy to make reasonable corrections to the text or design of your advert after it's gone online. If it's a free ad, we may ask you to log in to your account, take the ad offline and place a new one - it’s quicker than editing!If you have a long-running advert with us (entitling you to a discount), you can also alter your advert at reasonable intervals. Contact us and we'll make the changes for you.
What are tagged words?
“Tags” are a way to search for adverts based on the important words they contain. All the adverts on our website have their key words automatically tagged. This means that by clicking on tagged words in an ad, or by using our tag cloud, users can more easily find the advert that specifically helps them - for example, by searching for all accommodation adverts containing the words “centre”, or “double”. You don’t need to change anything in your advert to make it searchable by tags: the tagging system may ignore it, however, if it is formatted or spelled incorrectly.
Can I include a picture with my advert?
Yes. The number of pictures you can have varies according to the page the ad is on, but it will usually be one picture to a free advert, up to two pictures to a paid line advert, and up to three pictures to a box advert (complete list). In the case of paid adverts, these pictures will appear as thumbnail images next to your ad online. You can upload these pictures when you place your advert. There will be a short delay after placing your advert before the link to your picture appears.
The best way to get your picture online is to upload it when you place your ad. You do this bit on the last page, after you've done everything else. It will need to be a .jpg or a .gif file, and less than 200 KB (you may need to resize the picture on your computer using a program like ImageReady or Photoshop before you start placing your ad).
Your picture will need to be the right way up and large enough to see BEFORE you upload it - you can't edit it afterwards!
Pictures are checked by Daily Info staff before they appear online, so, while the text of your ad will appear immediately, there will be a short delay before the link to the picture appears.
Pictures on free adverts must be a single image (ie. not a composite of several pictures side-by-side), and may not include any additional text. Logos may not be attached to free adverts. If your picture hasn’t appeared, this might be why.
What is “Email Me”?
“Email Me” appears on an advert that uses our “masked email” system. This means that your email address is hidden and should protect you from email harvesting.
People reply to your advert using our online form, and their message is then forwarded to your email address. When you get this message in your email account, just click reply (make sure you don't create a new mail going to firstname.lastname@example.org). Thereafter you can email each other in the normal way.
In order to use this facility, click the “Mask email” button while submitting your ad.
If you are the sort of person who uses auto-replies (e.g. “I will be out of the office until 25th June and will reply to your application then“), it’s worth noting that your respondents won’t get any auto-replies your may have set up in your email account. Unless your computer is very clever, any auto-replies will come through to Daily Info office mailbox. So if you are going away, it’s a good idea to use a masked email address in your ad that doesn't have any auto-replies set up on it.
If you use a masked email address, you can also log in and check your responses online.
In case you're wondering, your email address still counts as only one word, despite “Email me” being two. What Counts As A Word?"
How long will my advert last?
With the exception of the Houses and Flats for Sale page, all ads last for one week online and one issue in print.
If you have a paid advert, you can book longer than a week at a time, and may become eligible for a discount.
A paid advert will appear in print as well as online. The printed sheet remains on display until the next edition is delivered; that is, for 2-3 days during Oxford University term, or 1 week during Oxford University vacation. See our printing schedule.
If you think you might want to renew your ad, you can choose to have a reminder emailed to you when your ad is about to finish online. If you’re placing your ad via the website, you can do this on the penultimate page, just before you click ”Submit”. If you’re placing it over the phone or by email, ask us to organise it then.
Do you offer any discounts?
We offer discounts for longer runs of adverts; if you book your advert to appear in more than three printed sheet issues, you receive a 10% discount on the total price. We also offer a larger discount for longer runs of advertising. If you book 11 issues, you get 11% off, if you book 12 issues, you get 12% off, and so on, all the way up to our maximum discount of 40% off for a run of 40 issues.
We do not offer any agency discounts.
If you are exempt from VAT, you’ll need to provide us with the appropriate documentation before we can remove the VAT from your bill.
If you're a registered charity, you may not have to pay VAT on your advertising. We will need a letter from you confirming this. If you're not sure whether you're exempt or not, please click here for HMRC's guidelines on eligibility and claiming relief. If you are eligible, please fill out the standard declaration (section 10) and send it to us by post, or scan it and email it to us. Without a valid, signed declaration we will have to charge you VAT, even if we have your charity number.
Daily Information offers some of the cheapest, most effective advertising in Oxford. We have several pdf guides to advertising in Daily Info for you to download, take away and mull over.
Recruitment advertising information pack (PDF) with an explanation of the options to advertise your job offer on Daily Info.
I want to rent my property.
Property advertising information pack (PDF) with an explanation of the options to advertise your accommodation to let on Daily Info.
If you're a letting agent wanting additional exposure for your business, we also offer a premium advertising service. Normally, adverts promoting letting agents or seeking additional properties to let appear only in our House and Flats Wanted or Services Offered column. Our premium advertising appears in House and Flats to Let, our most prominent and popular property column, giving your business first-rate publicity and promoting your brand to the thousands of landlords and renters who browse this page. For more details of this service, please contact us.
I want to sell my house.
You need a Daily Info account to place and manage your house for sale listing. You can sell your house via Daily Info — currently, it’s entirely free! The listing stays online until it's sold, at no further charge. Find out more.
I want to promote my event.
Click here to see our event advertising information pack (PDF) with an explanation of the options to promote your event on Daily Info.
I want to advertise my services or business.
Click here to see our services advertising information pack (PDF) with an explanation of the options to advertise your business on Daily Info.
I want to advertise my hotel, restaurant or other venue.
You can advertise your venue online and in our printed sheet in the usual way. We offer a special online-only advertising service exclusively for businesses, which gives brilliant coverage across the guide pages of our website from as little as £5 per week. Click here for more details.
Yes. We don’t deliver flyers door-to-door, but we do deliver posters to be displayed alongside our printed sheet. We deliver our sheet on Mondays and Thursdays all year round, with a short break at Christmas.
We can deliver posters to the locations around Oxford which display our printed sheet. See our complete list of display points here. These locations are divided into 8 different delivery routes. For all 8 routes we need 340 posters, which works out at an average of 43 posters per route. But as some routes are larger than others we can tell you the exact number of posters we'd need for any route combination. All you have to do is decide which routes you want to cover, contact us to book a slot, and provide us with the posters by 12pm on the day of delivery.
We charge £5 per route + VAT. All 8 routes = £40 + VAT. Payment can be made on the day, or upon receipt of invoice by cash, cheque or credit card (see Can You Invoice Me?).
Please note that we cannot guarantee display of a poster at any particular display point- this service is dependent upon the goodwill of our displayers.
I can’t place my advert.
If our system is rejecting your email address when you try to place an advert, please click here for advice.
If you’re having other problems placing your advert through our website, please contact us by phone or email and we’ll be happy to put your ad online.
I can’t find my advert
Did you definitely get to the final page when placing your ad? You should have seen a confirmation screen, with an ad reference number, like this:
If you didn’t get as far as the reference code, try placing it again. If you still don’t reach that page, there may be a technical problem: please contact us.
Paid ads appear in small type in the free section until we have processed payment. This will normally be within an hour or so during business hours. They will then appear in the paid section (larger type, at the top of the webpage), and in your selected issue(s) of the printed sheet. If they don’t, email us or call us on 01865 241133, quoting your reference code if possible.
If your free ad has disappeared from the website, it may well be because we’ve moved it to a different section - for example, if we find an ad from someone looking for a job in our Jobs Offered section, we will probably move it to our Jobs Wanted section. If we’re feeling particularly harrassed that day, we might delete it altogether.
We may delete or decline to publish ads, for a number of reasons.
Why was my advert removed?
If you can’t find your ad it’s possible that it didn’t get into our system properly, or that it’s been moved to a different section. You can try searching for it using the search box at the top of any page.
We may delete or decline to publish ads, for a number of reasons. The commonest of these are:
- Your advert has no contact details. If you realise you’ve missed your contact details out, please contact us and get us to alter your ad, rather than placing a succession of further ads yourself.
- Your advert is written IN CAPITAL LETTERS.
- Your advert runsWords,together-to-try,toFit,more-in,.
- !!!***Your advert uses special characters.***>>>
- You’ve placed multiple adverts for the same thing.
- If your ad is illiterate, illegal, offensive or nonsensical. See our Terms and Conditions for more details.
- Your advert is a job offer, and you have specified a desired gender or age, neither of which is permitted by UK law (except in the case of some personal care jobs).
- Your advert is a job offer and you are offering less than the national minimum wage.
- Your advert is in one of our Personals columns and contains a telephone number. We do not allow phone numbers on the Personals pages. NB - ads in the personals pages don’t appear until you have clicked on an activation link which you will receive by email when you place the ad.
- Your ad is in a foreign language. While we’re not too bad at French, German, Spanish and even Arabic, we currently have no full-time staff fluent in Polish, Chinese, Russian or, in fact, most other languages. If we can't understand your ad, we’ll delete it. If you have a good reason for wanting to advertise in a language other than English, please contact us, and we’ll be happy to place your ad for you with a translation alongside.
- If we feel that you are not being entirely straightforward or if we’ve received complaints about your ads from other site users.
- If you are a professional organisation placing free ads for which we feel you should pay. We’re very cheap and focus far more on providing a good service than we do on squeezing cash out of people, but we do have to make enough money to keep going. More details.
Daily Info will delete or edit ads at our discretion. Click here to see our Terms and Conditions.
I run a business. Can I place free adverts?
In the sales and property sections, our free advert service is intended only for private individuals. We ask anyone placing more than one advert per week in these columns, or selling multiple items/letting multiple properties, to use our paid advert service instead. This will give you a more prominent advert and a better response, ensuring you can sell your items/let your property quickly and easily. We also ask that recruitment agencies use our paid advert service when placing job listings.
Businesses hiring staff to work directly for their company, or advertising in our Services Offered column, can use our free advert service. As usual, we ask that our users not place more than one free advert per column per week.
What Counts As a Word?
Examples of what we count as one word:
- 01865 241133
- 07855 123456
- Email Me
Examples of what we count as more than one word:
- 1 bed flat (3 words)
- short let (2 words)
- cleaning & ironing (3 words)
- near BMW (2 words)
- near city centre (3 words)
- Ford escort (2 words)
- good condition (2 words)
- incl. bills (2 words)
I can’t see the picture on my advert.
There will be a short delay after you place your ad before any pictures you attached are visible. In the meantime, you’ll see “Picture Pending” appear next to your advert. If you can’t see the words “Picture Pending”, then the picture is not successfully attached. This could be because your picture was too large (over 200 KB), or it was the wrong type of file, or it has been rejected by staff as being unsuitable. You can contact us and we can attach a different or smaller picture to your advert.
Please note that composite images and logos are not accepted for free ads.
I can’t reply to an advert.
If there are no contact details in an advert, or if the contact details given are incorrect, please contact us to let us know. We’ll then try and get in touch with the person who placed the advert.
If you’re using the “Email Me” form to reply to an advert, you will need to include your own email address so that the person who placed the ad can get in touch with you. Double-check that your email address is correct. If you don’t have a Daily Info account, make sure you’ve clicked the “Reply without Logging In” button on the bottom of the form. If you have any other problems replying to an advert, please contact us.
Can I reply to an advert with a CV?
If you’re replying to an advert using the Email Me button, you cannot attach documents; this is designed to make our masked email system more secure. If you need to include a CV, either copy the text into the email form, or contact the advertiser and ask them to send you their email address.
Stop My Ad!
To remove your ad from the site, if you have a Daily Info account, you can log in and set your advert as "offline". This works for any ads you placed using your account’s email address or that you placed while logged in.
If you don't have an account yet, but want to take an ad offline, you can create an account, or contact us, and we’ll take it offline. We’ll need something to help us find your ad, either the reference code you saw when you placed the ad or the email address or phone number in the ad text.
How do I change or remove my event listing?
If you need some of the details if your event listing edited, or want to remove your listing altogether, please contact us. In your message, please include some details to help us identify your event (such as an email address or telephone number in the listing).
Why hasn't my review appeared?
Your review may have been rejected for being too short, uninformative, misleading, biased, offensive, confusing, or because we feel that it’s a specific complaint that would be better addressed to the business in question. We don't reject reviews simply because they’e negative, but we do require reviews to be clearly written, and helpful to our readers. How to make your review more likely to be accepted.
Why should I create an account?
Except for Houses and Flats for Sale and Oxford Answers, you don’t need an account to use Daily Info. It can be useful, however. It’s free, and we don’t harvest any data from your details. Here are some of the things you can do:
- You can take your ad(s) offline - and put them back online - instantly, without having to contact us.
- You can keep copies of your previous adverts (and their responses), in case you want to re-use similar text or get back in touch with someone.
- You can mark ads that you’re interested in on the site pages and retrieve a list of them in your account. More info here...
- You can keep track of which ads you've responded to and what you said in your response. More info here...
- If you’ve placed an advert with a masked email any responses will appear in your account. Whether you log in to our site or not, the responses will still be sent to you by email as usual.
- If your incoming mailserver has very high anti-spam settings, it may reject the responses to your masked email, and, again, logging in to Daily Info means that you won't miss any replies.
- If you are responding to someone’s advert via a masked email ("Email Me"), you can, if you wish, send yourself a copy of your message at the same time for your records.
- If you fill in details in your account such as your address, you can then re-use those details when you’re placing paid ads while logged in, which speeds up the process considerably. You don’t have to fill in these details, and we do not and will not pass them on to anyone else, or contact you at all, actually, unless there's a problem with your ad.
- You can use several different email addresses but manage all your ad responses using the same log in details.
- If you mark spam emails as evil, you can alert our system to scammers targeting the site. This will cut down further on any bad emails that currently manage to get through our spam filter, to you and others. A small action, but satisfying.
So how do I get an account?
You can create an account right now. Enter your email address under ’Need to register for Daily Info?’, on the right of the page. We’ll send you an email with a password which you can use to activate your account. You’ll need to click on a link in the email to activate your account. Once your account is activated, you’ll be able to change your password to whatever you want.
You can also add more email addresses to your username. Just log in, place your ad with the new email address (masked) and you should receive a confirmation email inviting you to add the new address to your account. You do this via a link in that email. Use your established details (not the new address and password) to log in, and the ad, and address, will be automatically added to the established account.
You can tell if you’re still logged in to the site because you will see an extra tab at the far right of the menus across the top of the page as you move around the site, called My Daily Info. This will take you back to your account pages if you click on it.
I’ve lost my password!
Click on the pink "Log In" button at the top of every page. Then click on "Forgotten password?" on the left hand side of login screen. You'll be asked to enter your account's email address, and sent a new, temporary password that you can use to log into your account. You can then create a password of your choice, as usual.
How can I change information on your website?
If you’ve spotted something out of date, incorrect or inappropriate, please contact us with details and we’ll check it out. If you’re a business or venue owner, and would like to update information on our website, see here.
Venue Guide pages
Will you list me in your guide pages?
Probably! If your business’s details are missing from our venues guides for Oxford restaurants, pubs, clubs, hotels, music venues, or any of our other guide pages, please get in touch and we’ll put up a listing for you. We're happy to list opening hours, contact details, and a brief description of your business for free in the relevant section. In a free venue listing, you can also include up to two pictures of your business, and a menu (if appropriate).
Oxford Guide pages
If you’d like more publicity for your venue, see our Venue Advertising Options.
Can I use some information/images from your website?
Possibly. You can see our copyright statement here. You cannot reproduce anything from our website or other publications without our express permission. If you contact us, we’d be happy to discuss it. Whenever possible we say yes, provided we’re given acknowledgement.
I’d like to review something for Daily Info.
You can submit reviews of pretty much anything in Oxford using our online submission form. You can also review an event or venue using the review form on the appropriate page of our website. Read about becoming an official Daily Info reviewer (and receiving free tickets to events in Oxford).
Will you review my play/concert/show?
Yes! If you send us details of your event, and are willing to give a pair of tickets to your opening night, we will offer the tickets to our pool of reviewers. We aim to have all reviews online by midday the next working day, and we also publicize our reviews in our printed sheet and Weekly What’s On.
We will never pass on any personal details you submit to us to any third party for marketing purposes. We will only pass on information you submit to us with your express permission, or in response to a police inquiry.
We do not store card details on our server; electronic payments are processed by Barclaycard, our ePDQ merchant service provider. They have assured us that they do not monitor these details or use them for anything but taking payment for us. This is the only case of data submitted to us being stored elsewhere than on our own server. We do not store credit or debit card details taken over the phone.
We will not use any personal details to contact you unless we have specific query about your ad, listing or review. We do, however, reserve the right to hold, use and publish any material submitted to us for publication in perpetuity - see our terms and conditions.
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Can I work for Daily Info?
Possibly. We periodically need new messengers to deliver our printed sheet; more occasionally, we require staff for our office. In either case, we advertise these vacancies on our website.
Because we’re a small office, we can’t usually offer work experience placements or internships. Feel free to contact us and ask, but please be aware that we may not be able to help.
Why isn’t there a Daily Info in my city?
We’re too busy running the Oxford one! Also we believe that Daily Info is so useful in part because we live here and know the city backwards. But if you wish to invest in creating a nationwide franchise, get in touch. We might be interested…
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