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Not Much Time To Take Advantage Of Too Much Media Incentive For ASACP Sponsors And Members

Los Angeles, CA (July 17, 2009) - Too Much Media (TMM) has extended their special offer to waive the entire setup and training fee for any client who is an Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) member or sponsor. The original offer began June 1, 2009 and will continue until the end of July. Merely mention this promotion when dealing with your TMM account representative.

Too Much Media, a New Jersey software company, develops and supports a powerful suite of web-based products for Internet businesses. Used by hundreds of clients, their products include advanced content management software and an affiliate management solution that affiliates worldwide recognize and trust.

For current ASACP Sponsors and Members, this offer will provide a $750 savings. For companies that are not an ASACP supporter, ASACP memberships start at as little as $500. Therefore by becoming an ASACP member before signing up with TMM, companies can save at least $250.

ASACP CEO Joan Irvine stated, "We are so grateful for Too Much Media’s support as a Title Sponsor and by their efforts to raise funds and awareness for ASACP via special offers. If you were delaying becoming an ASACP member or sponsor and also were planning to use TMM/NATS, you only have two weeks to take advantage of this special offer from TMM for ASACP members."

Not an ASACP member yet? Visit www.asacp.org to enroll as a member or contact Joan@asacp.org about becoming a sponsor - and join the hundreds of companies which through their continued support, help prevent child exploitation and protect children from accessing age-inappropriate content.

For more information on Too Much Media visit: www.toomuchmedia.com .

Founded in 1996, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating child pornography from the Internet. ASACP also works to help parents prevent children from viewing age-inappropriate material online with its Restricted To Adults – RTA Website Label. More information is available at www.asacp.org.

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