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50 Years of Reaching People You Can Not Afford To Miss

Impact Hyper Locally with Doorhangers!

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Chicago, IL – In 50 years of on-door direct marketing experience, National Distribution Systems (NDS) has proven that doorhanger advertising campaigns impact hyper locally!

Most consumers typically travel an average of 15 minutes from their homes to purchase groceries, home improvement items, car fuel, restaurant meals as well as going for a haircut or to do their work out at their gym.  That’s why many businesses choose to reach hyper local markets closest to their locations.

At NDS, we pay close attention to this type of detail and we work closely with our clients to target their ideal market based on their criteria, from zip codes, census tracts, to specific demographics in order to select delivery areas.

Reaching out to your nearest consumers is an excellent way to keep your local business flourishing. Advertising with doorhangers inform or remind customers that your product and services are easily accessible to them.  It is a “win, win” for both consumer and providers, because they will continue to shop in their local area in order to gain time and save on gas money.  Loyal customers are vital to any business!

NDS’s doorhanger advertising method features your ad distinctly as a “mini billboard” on every household door. Our individual placement, of the doorhangers on the front doors of households, gives maximum exposure to your ad.  Consequently, residents take the doorhanger advertising physically in their hands. Doorhangers not only boost readership incredibly, but also have a longer life span, because they are printed.  In an article published by Harvard Business Review, “Why Marketers Are Returning to Traditional Advertising”, it simply says that “the MarketingSherpa survey found that the top five most trusted advertising formats are all traditional, with 82% of customers trusting most print advertising, when making a purchasing decision”.

Throughout these wonderful years we printed and delivered doorhangers nationwide, helping numerous companies reach their goal of brand awareness and ultimately increasing sales.

About NDS

Our story started with our founder working in the grocery industry, where he often found the challenge to boost sales and move product rapidly for multiple stores throughout the year.  In 1973 National Distribution Systems was founded, with the vision and mission to get advertising messages directly to consumers homes quickly through unique and beautiful doorhangers.  Our doorhanger media was so effective and was generating results immediately that soon more industries started integrating doorhanger advertising in their marketing mix. Since, then NDS has implemented successful doorhanger campaigns for companies such as AT&T, Loyola Medicine, Simon Malls, Walmart, US Bank, Meijer, Subway, Albertsons, Target, McDonalds, Marshalls, Ulta, Comcast, Macys, Amazon, to name a few. Doorhangers have been tested against other advertising medium with great results!!!

Please visit NDS’s web site for more information: www.ndsondoor.com. Feel free to call us at 773-975-8300 any time for quote requests, media kits or to speak to someone direct.

Harvard Business Review, “Why Marketers Are Returning to Traditional Advertising”, by Christine Moorman, Megan Ryan, and Nader Tavassoli, April 29, 2022, https://hbr.org/2022/04/why-marketers-are-returning-to-traditional-advertising

Marketing Sherpa website, “Marketing Chart: Which advertising channels consumers trust most and least when making purchases”, by Daniel Burstein, January 03, 2017, https://www.marketingsherpa.com/article/chart/channels-customers-trust-most-when-purchasing

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