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Church Media Group Announces The Acquisition Of House Of Worship Marketing Services

Southlake, Texas (Church Media Group) January 30, 2008 – Church Media Group, a full-service creative agency targeting the church and non-profit ministry markets, has acquired House of Worship Marketing Services (H.O.W.) in a move to expand their influence and fulfill a growing need for manufacturers, distributors and dealers to reach the multi-billion dollar church market.

“For the first time, manufacturers can have one source of contact for all of their church-related PR, marketing, advertising, product development, web initiatives and sales force training,” said Yuri Star, President of Church Media Group.

“The combination of PR and Marketing savvy with content creation and design potency is why H.O.W. joining with Church Media Group is such a strong move,” agreed Anthony D. Coppedge, newly appointed Principal Technology Evangelist for the companies. “I have literally never been around a greater synergy of passionate, ministry-minded people who understand both the business world and churches,” enthused Coppedge.

Anthony Coppedge
In addition to public relations, marketing, advertising design, product development and sales force training, the acquisition by Church Media Group now allows H.O.W. to offer web services such as online surveys, micro-websites (such as churches.company.com), e-mail product announcements to the H.O.W. church database and custom web interface design.

H.O.W. marketing has a strong history of projects with clients such as Da-Lite Screen Company, Electronic Theatre Controls, Sony, FSR, Barco, NewTek, LynTec and many others.

For additional information about H.O.W. Marketing Services, visit www.howmarketingservices.com. To learn more about Church Media Group, visit www.churchmedia.cc.

About H.O.W. Marketing Services:

House of Worship Marketing Services is a public relations and marketing firm focused exclusively on the church market. Their clients are typically manufacturers who want to promote their brand, product and services to the more than 350,000 churches in North America alone and millions of churches worldwide.

About Church Media Group:

Church Media Group is a privately held company that focuses on church and non-profit clients. Their range of services includes strategic and technical consulting, software development, touch screen kiosks, graphic arts design and web hosting.

Contact:

Anthony D. Coppedge, Public Relations
H.O.W. Marketing Services
817-722-2025
http://www.howmarketingservices.com

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