1. Call or  email the artist at the contact info below
to "count you in as one of the companies".

NOTE: All participants are based on
"first-come-first-served" based on receipt of payment to
secure your location placement. Location requests will
be noted to be fair and equal but are only
guaranteed with payment.
$750. one-time fee.

The 2 bottom larger PRIME title view are $1,200. (No tax
on fee because it's part of a product to be wholesaled)
Check or CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
You will receive 10 free prints ($450. value retail)
at no cost to you immediately after publication.

ALL LOGOS WILL HAVE EITHER WEB ADDRESS OR PHONE


2. You will be invoiced via email for the one-time
placement fee for the logo location price noted
above. If you choose to pay by
credit card please let me know and you will be sent
an invoice through PayPal. You do not have to be a
member of PayPal to make the secure payment.
(Deductible as advertising)

3. Forward a copy of good resolution of your logo (if
not in our system) and the web site address OR
phone number to be placed under your logo.

4. Upon receipt of payment you will receive a
"confirmation of placement" and your spot will then
be secured.
Once you are on the print you will stay on the print for all
future reprints and distribution as long as your company is
in business.

5. You will receive a PROOF prior to printing for your
approval.
CREDIT  CARDS ACCEPTED
FOR QUESTIONS OR SIGN-UP

CALL or EMAIL THE ARTIST: Gary Crouch
cell: 817-907-2647 or
studio: 817-295-0370
OR EMAIL:
creationmin@prodigy.net
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Over 3,000 retail locations in Texas and 6,000 nation wide
STEPS TO PARTICIPATE IN
"HERITAGE
Logos shown on this
sample print are for
mock-up only and
randomly selected and
placed for this sample.

Participant's logos will be
placed at proofing phase.
Logos will have the
respective web
address or phone
number.
"HERITAGE"
24" x 36"
NEW PROJECT POSTING SITE
1. Public Relations - The 10 free prints can be given to
your best customers - setting you apart from the
competition. The print is always a reminder of your
company to the customer.
2. Name Recognition- It is proven that a company name
seen often comes to mind when the need arrises .
3. Numbers - Prints are seen and distributed in
thousands of retail locations.
4. Calendars or magazine ads are temporary.
People never discard an art print relating to
their industry.
5. Perpetual promotion for small amount of investment.
6. Deductible as advertising -even though its part of art.
7. You are helping to 'preserve history through art'.
Once your on the print you stay on it for all future reprints and
distribution.
You also are sent 10 signed prints at no cost.
These 10 prints, which go to each participant are used
by them to share with their existing customers and trade
show events, and their own office(s).
I have numerous primary distributors who in turn sell to
their sub-distributors. The sub-distributors contact and sell
to their retail locations. These locations are wide and varied.
For example, Sams Club and Buccees Stores.
There are approximately 3,000 locations within the state of
Texas that carry my prints and 6,000 nationwide.
When a company on the print gives one of their customers a print
it goes a long way in firming a relationship, ie., public relations.
Some of my prints have been reprinted and sold for over 10 years.
That's why I call it "perpetual marketing". One-time cost that keeps
on working for a long time - and its tax deductIble as advertising.
If a participating company were to get just one job as a result of
another company seeing your website it more than pays for it.
Also, consider that branding...and continuous branding is
important. That's why CocaCola keeps advertising even though
everyone knows what it is.
Our heritage is one of American courage and perseverance.
For centuries the American family has instilled in each
generation what it means to be an American. Achievements by
hard work and perseverance has proven the American dream.
This illustration of an early oilfield, circa 1919, depicts that
generational pride as an oilfield worker paints the American flag
on the pump house while instructing his son the importance of
honor, integrity and hard work to insure that American dream
for future generations.