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The WAITING GAME® Announces New Franchisee in Greensboro, NC

Former Commercial Banker Brings The Waiting Game® to NW Greensboro Communities

(LITHIA, FL – July 4, 2013)The Waiting Game, a leader in cost effective, hyper-local advertising and print & online coupons announced today that it has signed a franchise agreement with Tom Holben, a former commercial banker, to bring The Waiting Game to Greensboro, NC. This will be the second franchisee in North Carolina after recently launching in Raleigh.

“I am excited to have the opportunity to bring The Waiting Game to Greensboro,” said Holben, The Waiting Game of Greensboro franchisee. “We are providing a beneficial, money-saving service to the community, as well as providing local business owners a true cost effective way to reach their potential customers through print, online, and mobile solutions.”

In today’s economy, many local business owners are experiencing diminished revenues, and, as a result, are looking for ways to spend their limited advertising resources more wisely. The WAITING GAME® is just what they need to attract new customers with the potential for repeat business, without needless spending to reach consumers outside their geographic area.

The WAITING GAME is an incentive-based, full-color, interactive monthly publication that is distributed for free at businesses where consumers experience wait times, such as dental and medical offices, hospitals, beauty salons, dance studios, car washes, dealerships and takeout restaurants. Each high quality edition features engaging facts and figures, Crossword and Sudoku puzzles, and 36 full-color incentive-based ads for local businesses. Each edition’s ads, incentives, and coupons for local businesses and restaurants can also be downloaded online and shared through Facebook, Twitter, and most social networks. The WAITING GAME provides local businesses effective print, online, and mobile solutions. “The WAITING GAME first engages consumers in the publication, and then offers them an incentive to visit businesses within a small geographic area…an area they frequent, and makes them aware that they can get those same offers online” said Rob Parfitt, co-founder of The WAITING GAME and an expert in branding and couponing. “These are the consumers everyone wants to reach, and we have created a business model that effectively reaches them at a comparatively low cost for our advertisers.”

From small mom-and-pop shops to large national chains, hundreds of local businesses are already advertising in The WAITING GAME as they look to target their advertising dollars

Currently, editions of The WAITING GAME are being published and/or in development in Florida, Texas, New Hampshire, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Virginia, North Carolina, and B.C. Canada. Ideal candidates for The Waiting Game franchise ownership should possess a desire to work within a proven franchise system and develop relationships with local businesses. Franchisees can get started for under $10,000. Waiting Game franchisees benefit from extensive one on one training and support. The Waiting Game handles all of the graphic design, printing, websites, and shipping for its franchisees, allowing them to concentrate on selling to customers within their territory.

For more information on advertising with The Waiting Game of Greensboro, please contact Tom Holben at tholben@waiting-game.com or (336) 601-9760.

For more information on this low cost franchise opportunity, please contact Bill Zapf at bzapf@waiting-game.com (877) 444-9248 or visit www.thewaitinggamefranchise.com

About The Waiting Game®

The WAITING GAME is designed to break through the advertising clutter by engaging consumers within a targeted geographic area, and rewarding them for supporting local businesses. Founded in 2009, THE WAITING GAME offers a low overhead, turn-key model, allowing franchisees to have a home-based business that is virtually recession proof. The WAITING GAME has been featured as one of the best new franchising concepts.





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