Does the Stratton & Tasburgh Book work for advertising to the the South Norfolk area? Is the SAT Book kept and read by its readers? Here's what our advertisers and readers say . . .
Advertiser Alan Ball, Alan's Carpets: "My advert is working! I'm getting work every week in your area now. Please keep me in the Book!"
Advertiser Louise Smith, Utopia Mobile Holistic & Beauty Therapy: "WOW!!!!!! The editorial looks amazing!!! Thank you so much for your great work it looks fab, I can't thank you enough! I'm really pleased with it. Big big thanks again. Louise x"
Maurice Gray, Journalist & Photographer, North Norfolk: "I must congratulate you on the layout of the book; I work with London-based and National magazines and (for a local book) yours is a real credit to you!"
Advertiser Samantha Douglass, Scrumptious Buns: "I've had a fantastic response to the advertorial feature. There have been lots of new orders . . . I'm really busy!"
Resident Edward R, Horning: 'I've been reading your excellent book for sometime and really enjoy it. The Codeword Quiz I find very brain-teasing, stimulating and taxing. Could you send me some previous issues so that I may do those also? I enclose payment to cover, but if it's not enough, let me know and I'll adjust'.
Reader Margaret M, Coltishall and Horstead WI: "By the way your publication is most enjoyable and full of interest"
Advertiser Paul Youngs, All Season Pest Control, Norwich: "We've had 5 or 6 calls already from your Long Stratton & Tasburgh Book; please include our advert in The Wroxham & Coltishall Book too!"
Advertiser Keith Johnson, 2 Bright Car Valeting, Hoveton: "We've had a really good response; please keep our advert in each month!"
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