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Copyright 2012 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Chamber of Commerce
April 5, 2012
Radio Advertising Information
Chamber Luncheon Meeting is May 3rd
TV Ads (At Library)
Board meets March 15th noon at Silver Dollar
Speakers Discussed How Advertising Has Changed
in part by:
are an active part of the communities we serve because they are the places we
call home. The members we serve live, work and play in the lush rolling hills
of northeastern Oklahoma.
in Collinsville, Oklahoma, VVEC is a distribution electric cooperative. We provide
electric service to residential, commercial and industrial consumers through more
than 32,000 meters and more than 4,500 miles of electric line in portions of Nowata,
Osage, Rogers, Tulsa and Washington counties.
the 26 electric cooperatives operating in Oklahoma, VVEC is the third largest
based on the number of meters served by the co-op. Ninety-two employees cover
the Cooperatives more than 3,200-square mile service territory daily maintaining
the electric system and providing consumer-oriented service.
Matt Ledbetter (KRMG General
Sales Manager), Dustin Parkhurst (Creative Director), and Luke Hively (Digital
Sales Manager) each spoke to the Collinsville Chamber of Commerce Thursday about
changes to all modes of advertising since the internet changed how we make buying
decisions. They indicated there were approximately 60 radio stations in this
general area at present, each with different formats and audiences. They gave
example of effective ads of various lengths and styles. Radio is free ... ads
are of various prices and as with most advertising venues you pay more for prime
times and targeted audiences.
Chamber President Bill
Johnston said this was the first of a series with TV advertising in May and
then newspaper advertising to be discussed in June.
Nyberg Has Retired
Chamber of Commerce is in the process of selecting a successor to Wanda
Nyberg who has retired after serving the chamber as secretary for 12 years.
Her husband Dale retired from his job the same week and they plan travel
based on musical events of interest.