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Dear Retailer

Thank you for your efforts so far in selling The Pulse which has been On Sale since Saturday 20th March 2021 at €2.00 per copy. In order to maximize the sales potential and to raise as much funding as possible we have decided to extend the On Sale period until Monday 12th April 2021.

You can help by displaying the attached retail poster and ensuring that The Pulse is in a prominent position within your store.

The Pulse will bring together the stories which have defined us as a nation over the past long hard twelve months. Stories of the indomitable Irish spirit and of selfless acts of heroism through simple humanity.

There are zero costs in producing The Pulse. The newsprint, printing, writing, and production have all been donated to the project, along with all advertising revenues, so all monies raised will go to nurses.

We are appealing to you today to be part of this project by selling the paper through your stores and returning the full revenues to the fund.

  • Display the poster
  • Increase facings or display on the counter
  • Share on Social Media

 

Don’t forget to update your systems with the Barcode for The Pulse which is 5392000081796

For further details please contact circulation@dailymail.ie

Kind Regards

 

Circulation Department

DMG MEDIA IRELAND

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