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New print magazine, Regarding ID, launched by AVISIAN Publications

Chris Corum   ||   Feb 28, 2005  ||   ,

In response to the feedback we’ve received from many of our subscribers and partners, we are proud to announce the premier issue of a new print compilation of AVISIAN ID News. Regarding ID will make its debut on March 15 and will offer a compilation of articles from CR80News, SecureIDNews, ContactlessNews and RFIDNews.

So you probably have a few questions…

“What is it?”
This premier issue will be a 70-page full-color, magazine that follows our tradition of an exceptional blend of style and content. Each of our ID technology publications will contribute editorial content, creating an incredibly well-rounded collection of articles. More than 30 articles will make up this premier issue of Regarding ID, presenting an unprecedented array of great content in one easily referenced publication.

“How can I subscribe?”
This new publication will be offered at an incredibly low subscription rate of just $29 per year. HOWEVER, for a limited time we are offering our online subscribers complimentary subscriptions. That’s right, for a limited time you can sign up to receive this great new information resource for FREE. Just go to the bottom of the email that announced this monthly issue and click on “Change profile/unsubscribe.” Fill-in the fields for your physical address so we can get Regarding ID to you via mail. If you received this from a friend, you can subscribe to our online and printed publications by visiting Hurry, this offer won’t last long.

As we begin another exciting chapter in our company’s history, we want to take a moment and thank all of you who have supported our publications so well. This is an exciting time for our industry and for the AVISIAN Publishing team, and we look forward to serving your identification technology needs for years to come.

Best regards,

Jeff Staples, Publisher
AVISIAN Publications

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