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In addition to general tie-up stills listed elsewhere in this section,
here’s a still which is unique! It gives you a tie-up with any store in town, to advertise any article you want, in any words you choose. Blow it up, pick your merchant, and you’re all set for another big “Harold Teen” display! Order Still H Pub Al7 from Still Dept., Warner Bros. Pictures, 321 West 44th Street, N. Y.
Schoolboy P. A.’s For School Notice
Aimed particularly at the young ’uns, ‘‘Harold Teen’’ publicity should be handled by a youngster. Local professor of journalism can suggest a high-rating student who would be willing to handle the ‘‘Teen’’ campaign im the schools. This should consist of arranging for ads, reviews, breaks, general publicity, and exploitation for all school sheets in your vicinity.
Reward for his efforts may be the experience, ducats, or a couple of bucks. Suit yourself. But his viewpoint and handling of the details will be sufficiently valuable to repay you.
Plant Stories On Successful Locals
Hal LeRoy is one of the current outstanding ‘boys who made good.’ With that in mind get a list of local celebs who made good. Anybody who is famous who came from your town. is good for a story. Some people have made their home towns famous, as for example, O. O. McIntyre who spread the fame of Gallipolis, Ohio far and wide. Head your story with ‘‘(name of town) boys who made good’’ and give it to your editor for a big news break. Don’t forget to mention that you were prompted to do this by the fact that Hal LeRoy is a lad who made good without any pull or outside influences.
This attractive blow-up is in two vivid colors ready for fram
ing in your lobby and front. It ran as an ad in all the
leading fan mags and gives you a chance for a smart local follow-up.
Especially priced at 50c. each.
Ask to see a sample at your exchange.
Here’s How To Work Your Underliner Slug:
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In exchange for a trailer in your theatre get local paper handling Harold Teen strip to give you an underliner similar to the one illusThis is best possible way to reach Teen readers insuring almost 100% coverage. If paper nixes tie-up of this type, offer to buy
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Your trailer and feature can carry a tag reading like this: Follow the adventures of Harold Teen and his gang daily in the ....................0......... (name of newspaper).