Check below to read through some of our press clippings, all of which highlight Club Texting's SMS text messaging service:
Putting Marketing Messages in Customers’ Hands - NJBiz - May 12, 2008
The Sandbar Café, a Jersey City hot spot, started using Club Texting’s services in February 2007 to keep its patrons coming back. Sandbar sends text messages to customers, who have signed up to receive the alerts about specials and upcoming performances. Vid Bahadur, promotional director for the Sandbar, says the nightclub’s customers can sign up online or in person to receive the announcements. “You are definitely reaching your clients,” he says. “You are going straight to their cell phone. If you were to pass out fliers and do billboards, it is not as direct.”
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BYUSA Joins the 'Texting' Craze with New Program - BYUNewsNet - October 15, 2007
BYUSA will take advantage of the texting fad by sending out mass text messages to students informing them of upcoming campus events. Students can receive text messages about BYUSA events by texting BYUSA to 25827. "The texting service that we provide is a way for students to find out about campus events," said Devon Glassman, BYUSA vice president. " I know I am really attached to my phone, I get texts all the time and I always look at a text message. I don't always look at a poster that I walk by."
Staying In Touch Only A Thumb Tap Away - Washington Post - May 17, 2007 - DZ01
Some local nightclubs already have figured out how to use text messaging to reach their young partygoers with instant news about upcoming entertainment. Ti' Jean Beezer, assistant to Love owner Marc Barnes, said he often uses the Web site clubtexting.com, which is designed to help nightclubs promote their events through text messaging. Beezer said he gets cell phone numbers from patrons and regularly enters them onto a database at the site. He can type one message and reach 1,000 patrons at once.
System of text alerts set up for cell phone users - The Wichita Eagle - May 11, 2007
LSI Corp. employees have set up a text-messaging alert system so Greensburg residents can stay informed about what's going on in town.
So far, about 100 people have signed up for the service. The subscription to the messaging system is free, though regular charges and fees from cell phone providers will still apply.
Wichita residents Paula Stout and Patty Crowell, who work at LSI, and Greensburg resident Kim Gamble started the program Tuesday evening after they saw a need for better communication.
"As you can imagine, there is almost no communication method for getting urgent information to those who need it as they are working to dig out from the tornado damage," Stout wrote in an e-mail.
A Garden Full Of Texters - Television Week - December 18, 2006
It's been a while since fans in New York's Madison Square Garden have had any great moments to watch. So that makes them the perfect audience for MSG Network to promote its series "The 50 Greatest Moments at Madison Square Garden." One part of the promotion is a text-message contest with ClubTexting.com that allows Rangers hockey fans in the arena to win tickets and team memorabilia through Jan 13.