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(Editor's note: The following is an e-mail ad making the rounds.)

ATTENTION MARKETING PROFESSIONALS!

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Gospel Truth Magazine's (GTM Magazine) target audience is:

Affluent (Median HH income of $63,205)
25-44 Years of age (56.8%)
Homeowners (more than 60%)
Female (More than 88%)

Gospel Truth Magazine is the only gospel/faith-based publication that offers a compilation CD of established and new artists in every issue. For more than four years, we have worked with organizations such as:

The Stellar Awards/Central City Productions, Bobby Jones, SGN The Light, The Word Network (and) Rejoice, a division of ABC Radio Networks, to name a few.

We are the official publication for the Full Gospel Baptist Church International Fellowship. This is an annual event which brings more than 20,000 delegates into the city of Atlanta. We can assist you in developing a campaign that gets RESULTS! Our marketing and sales department is committed to EXCEEDING your expectations.

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