KANSAS CITY, MO -- (Marketwired) -- 08/26/13 -- Renowned New Orleans chef, Susan Spicer, is preparing a private dinner party for AdStation's contest winners at her award-winning restaurant, Bayona, this October. AdStation, Adknowledge's email channel, announced the launch of its "Big Mailers in the Big Easy" contest back in May. Right now, AdStation is looking at perhaps the closest contest it has ever run. The promotion, which rewards both its highest-earning and fastest-growing email marketing partners, is still anyone's to win.
"Big Mailers in the Big Easy" runs until August 30 and rewards winners with a four-day, all-expense paid trip to the amazing city of New Orleans. Highlights include: a private dinner party hosted personally by Spicer at Bayona, an alligator-feeding boat trip, and a wickedly fun tour of the Crescent City's bewitching side to cap things off. Drinks, food, friends and fun await the winners of one of AdStation's more exciting promotions.
"I can't wait to meet these email tycoons!" said Chef Spicer. "We throw a lot of parties down here, but this one is going to be a doozy! So far, we're planning a custom menu, special wines, and I'm going to do a demonstration at the table on how to prepare a thing or two. I'm also going to sign a copy of my cookbook, Crescent City Cooking, for everyone in attendance. We're all very excited!"
Adknowledge is taking its five highest revenue-earning partners, its four fastest-growing partners, and also a "rookie of the year," which will be the partner demonstrating the best spirit of collaboration.
"We can't believe how close this contest is going to be," said Bill Intrater, VP of strategic alliances for Adknowledge. "It's going to come right down to the wire. But no matter who wins, we're very excited about this trip and we can't wait to take our best partners on a vacation they'll never forget. And Susan Spicer has just taken this whole thing to another level. To open up her restaurant to us like this is just absolutely amazing. We can't wait!"
Please visit www.adstation.com/neworleans for full details about Adknowledge's "Big Mailers in the Big Easy" contest.
Adknowledge is a leading online network that offers unique ad formats, data analysis, targeting algorithms, and creative approaches, providing advertisers with quality leads from hard to-reach places on the Web across multiple channels, including social networks, display, games, mobile, apps, and email. With hundreds of employees located throughout North America, plus growing offices in Europe and Asia, Adknowledge aims to set the standard in optimizing online advertiser ROI. For more information on Adknowledge, visit adknowledge.com.
AdStation, Adknowledge's email network channel, is the leader in email advertising and data monetization. Featuring a response-based targeting system that processes 20 billion calculations a day to match offers to precisely targeted consumers, AdStation delivers industry-leading yields on a fully outsourced or strategically integrated basis via a comprehensive performance advertising solution, reaching more than 400 million unique users. Boasting real-time statistics, targeting driven deliverability and custom creatives, AdStation maintains consistently high-quality conversions resulting in industry leading ROI. For more information about AdStation, visit adstation.com.
About Susan Spicer
Renowned New Orleans chef Susan Spicer is the owner of the award winning restaurant Bayona, located in a beautiful, 200-year-old cottage in the French Quarter. She also owns Mondo, a multiple award-winning restaurant located in Spicer's Lakeview neighborhood. An icon in the food world, she has been a Top Chef judge, a James Beard "Best Chef" winner and the inspiration for a character featured in the HBO series Treme. She is also the author of the award-winning cookbook, Crescent City Cooking: Unforgettable Recipes from Susan Spicer's New Orleans.
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