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Apr 16, 2007 1:52 am

This may be an odd request, but does anyone have the website where a newspaper or printer goes to access the Edward Jones ads? It’s something like or something like that.

Reason for the request is to examine a couple ads being run that do not quite look ‘up to par’ … I find it hard to believe that some of these ads I am seeing locally do not have disclaimers or other pertinent info.

Thanks in advance.

Apr 16, 2007 2:17 am

Since not Jonesee's are raising there hands. Try this:

Apr 16, 2007 2:19 am


Since not Jonesee’s are raising there hands. Try this:


Thank you sir.
Apr 16, 2007 9:42 am


Since not Jonesee’s are raising there hands. Try this:


In the Ads section there are some good idea's. I'm biased but I like the TIPS ads. Thankyou EDJ for providing seminar ideas.

However EDJ needs to seriously sex up the single color single topic ads. The language is bit stuffy/obscure and the CD ads have way too many disclaimers.

EDJ'ers could build up an impressive practice by advertising CD's and bonds etc. I'm surprised that EDJ hasn't built a relationship with a corp-notes issuer to run a national campaign for open-ended corporate notes.

I'd love to run the Toyata Motor Credit-- CorpNotes ads, next to the various GM/F/DCX buyout review ads.

(You've had a cushy union job all your life. Sadly the UAW has pushed your employer into bankruptcy. Sucks to be you. Call EDJ to discuss your options, Today! Make sure to ask about how TMCC bonds can help you meet your income goals.)

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