SAN DIEGO, CA (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Everyone has something to say about high gas prices., based in Oceanside, CA, a new and innovative advertising and promotion company, is doing something about it. The company connects businesses with folks willing to display their ad messages on their vehicles. They provide a unique solution that benefits both business and consumers alike.

In a day and age where consumers are paying more than ever at the pump, offers a way to dramatically cut down on fuel expenses. Consumers are paid to drive as they always do, with advertiser ads strategically placed on their vehicles.

Business clients are given a highly cost effective method to put their company name into the very heart of where they offer products or services. For only pennies per day per consumer ad impression, FreeGasHelp offers a very good return on their advertisers’ investments.

Consumers get help with rising gas prices by receiving a monthly allowance in the form of gas cards for placing ads from one of FreeGasHelp’s participating business partners on their vehicles. The company offers ads ranging from bumper stickers to back window placements. has a website to help both consumers and advertisers sort out their choices. To get Free Gas Help, customers must drive at least 1,000 miles per month and have a vehicle in good cosmetic condition. The company sponsors promotional events at local businesses where consumers can sign up for the program.

For more information about this unique program, contact Mel Jacob at, 3800 Oceanic Drive, Suite 108, Oceanside, CA 92056, at their toll-free number 888-884-2723, or send an email to info @

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Original Story ID: (1265) :: 2006-02-0208-001

Original Keywords: free gas, san diego, Mel Jacob,, Oceanside, on vehicle advertising, cars, ad messages, innovative advertising and promotion company, high gas prices / Mel Jacob

NEWS SOURCE: Mel Jacob | Published: 2006-02-08 11:00:00

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