Tedslist.com: ‘We Are Looking for Ted Williams!’

January 12, 2011

PHOENIX, Jan. 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Tedslist.com is looking for Ted Williams to work with promotion on their Classified Ad Listing website. “We love the story of Ted Williams and think there is some synergy here,” says Randy Miller. “In these hard economic times, it’s wonderful to hear a story of someone who has been able to make a positive change in their life. We think Ted William and Tedslist.com could be a match made in heaven!”

“We have some ideas and would love to work with Ted on them,” says Miller. “We’re just having a difficult time getting a direct contact with him, and don’t have the financial resources the larger firms do, so this is a call to Ted Williams to contact us.”

Tedslist.com is an American-based firm and prides itself in keeping its technology stateside. “While some of our competitors go overseas to develop and outsource their technology and customer service, we have decided to keep everything right here in the good ol’ USA,” says Miller. “We even have a page dedicated to cool facts about the USA; in difficult economic times, we like our viewers to remember how great this country really is.”

“Find Stuff Sell Stuff” and post an ad in seconds is the slogan for Tedslist.com, a small, internally funded Phoenix-based company. “We may be small, and may be bootstrapping it all the way, but it makes us care about the customer. We listen, have meetings around our cubicles and make changes — every ad counts to us. We want to have a site that customers will love to use and come back to again and again.”

For additional information on Tedslist.com, visit http://www.Tedslist.com.

Phoenix-based Tedslist (http://www.Tedslist.com) is one of the fastest-growing new classified ad listing sites.

Media contact: Randy Miller, Media@Tedslist.com, ph: 480.452.0783

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