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Digital magazine launch - free sampling of 1st issue

From: <circulation@fmagazine.com>
Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2000 12:42:04 +0100
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Dear Sir/Madam - F magazine is about to launch with it's first issue.
 
We are selecting companies with a high rate of employees between the age 18-30yrs to sample a full version of F magazine CD Rom. 

The smallest box contains 50 Cd's and although it is totally free we must have your commitment that the box of CD's will be positioned in a strategic position in the company where each employee is able to pick up their copy.

If you would like to propose your company for this launch offer, please call F magazine's offices at 020 7379 4466 or email: chrissie@fmagazine.com 

The distribution is free although we would like each person who receives the CD to become a member of Club-F.
Membership to Club-F is free - for life, and among other services, grants the free mailing of future issues of F magazine at the members address. The Club will be active for subscription after the 5th May at www.fmagazine.com 

F magazine CD-Rom, the UK based digital source of style, knowledge and life opportunities for the 'digital generation'.
A beautiful magazine with electronic pages, numbered and able to ‘turn’ in the format equivalent to a paper publication. Each page however, is a programmable module that combines the fast interactive multimedia capacity of the CD-Rom with the power of the Internet.

Note from the Managing Director- 
We have spent over 16 months researching and building the F magazine concept.  I am proud to be able to offer this first issue of 120,000 copies to our UK market.  
Fmagazine will be launching its first issue in the US in July - if you are part of US Group and would like to propose the US offices, please let us know.

Chrissie Adams 
Received on Wednesday, 19 April 2000 07:42:18 GMT

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