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					Fashion Whistle Unveils the First Web Site that Matches Consumers Fashion
Selections, with Local Boutiques Sales and Promotion

Today, Fashion Whistle unveiled the first-ever web site, that assists
local fashion conscious retail businesses, throughout the US, the ability
to target market their products and services, to specific interested
women. Using proprietary web-based technology, Fashion Whistle is able to
direct market a company’s promotions, to specific female consumers,
saving boutiques time and money, while significantly reducing information
overload to consumers.

Boca Raton, FL, February 01, 2012 -- Gayle Barr, President Fashion
Whistle 888-408-9525 gayle@fashionwhistle.com www.fashionwhistle.com
Fashion Whistle unveils the first web site that matches consumers fashion
selections, with local boutiques sales and promotions., throughout the
US.

Today, Fashion Whistle unveiled the first-ever web site, that assists
local fashion conscious retail businesses, throughout the US, the ability
to target market their products and services, to specific interested
women. Using proprietary web-based technology, Fashion Whistle is able to
direct market a company's promotions, to specific female consumers,
saving boutiques time and money, while significantly reducing information
overload to consumers.

Consumers identify their preferences on a simple selection page and store
their information, awaiting a match of a promotion, from a local
boutique, receiving this service, free of charge. Retail businesses pay a
nominal marketing fee of $99. per month, with the first three months
free, to promote their business up to four times, in a month. Boutiques
save significant advertising dollars, while target marketing to
interested consumers, while improving their local communities economies.

Once a match has been determined, between the consumer's preferences and
the boutiques promotions, the consumer receives notification, via email,
text or smart phone alert, with information of where and when the
promotion is being offered.

Fashion Whistle additionally promotes and matches women-oriented
restaurants, spas and other venues, with its consumers database. It is
critical that we support our local communities businesses, said Gayle
Barr, President. Boutiques can additionally promote their businesses by
adding banner ads, video and social media, thereby enhancing their
presence in their local community. Fashion Whistle couples its
proprietary matching technology with a variety of social media, e-mail
promotions and charity strategies, to engage consumers with their local
businesses. Fashion Whistle custom fits the objectives of the retail
store with the needs of the consumer.

A portion of the proceeds from a boutique's marketing fee will be donated
to a national charity.

About Fashion Whistle
Fashion Whistle is a subsidiary of MarkeTech Interactive, an innovative
internet marketing company. To learn more about Fashion Whistle, log onto
www.fashionwhistle.com. Fashion Whistle Unveils the First Web Site That
Matches Consumers Fashion Selections, with Local Boutiques Sales and
Promotions.

Contact:
Gayle Barr
Fashion Whistle
P.O. Box 811887
Boca Raton, FL 33481
888-408-9525
gayle@fashionwhistle.com
http://www.fashionwhistle.com

				
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Description: Today, Fashion Whistle unveiled the first-ever web site, that assists local fashion conscious retail businesses, throughout the US, the ability to target market their products and services, to specific interested women. Using proprietary web-based technology, Fashion Whistle is able to direct market a company’s promotions, to specific female consumers, saving boutiques time and money, while significantly reducing information overload to consumers.