The Wholesale Airtime Auction (WAA), a company known for their fire sale auctions of TV and radio commercials, has recently launched a website made specifically for their lawyer TV commercials customers.
Online, January 3, 2013 (Newswire.com) - For lawyers across the nation, increasing case load and creating public awareness can be a very tedious task. However, The Wholesale Airtime Auction has taken on the challenge of letting lawyers know how they can help them. The launch of their new website is the spearhead of WAA's effort to reach out to all lawyers who are in dire need of lawyer TV commercials. On their website, WAA emphasizes that increasing public awareness of different legal fields is not just a way to generate leads, but also a social responsibility.
The General Manager of Wholesale Airtime Auction, J. Mike Brown, believes that lawyer TV commercials are a valuable asset to both the company and its clients. "Most lawyers don't realize how important it is to get involved in lawyer TV commercials. There's more to it than just increasing their caseload. We at WAA recognize the deeper sense of it and believe that informing the public is an important responsibility. It is also an opportunity for lawyers to experience how our fire sale auctions work."
The Wholesale Airtime Auction is not only concerned with the good of the public, but also the good of their clients. On their website, WAA keeps their clients informed about how involved they are with the legal community. Their involvement has led to the development of other services including attorney TV advertising and law firm TV advertising commercials. Clients are also educated on how the fire sale auction works and how they can get the most out of their investment in lawyer TV commercials.
Want to find out more about lawyer TV commercials? Contact The Wholesale Airtime Auction via one of these three options:
Mail - 9 E. Loockerman St. Ste. 3A-449, Dover, DE 19901
Internet - http://www.lawyertvcommercials-wholesaleairtimeauction.com/
Telephone - (302) 724-6592