ZipSprout announces their Local Sponsorship Finder Version 2.0

United States, North Carolina – 06-26-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — Raleigh-Durham, NC – ZipSprout is excited to announce the launch of the Local Sponsorship Finder version 2.0, SaaS tool that connects marketers with hyper-local sponsorship opportunities anywhere in the US. 

During Beta version testing users reported a reduction of time spent searching for local engagements of up to 90% over previous processes. Agency founder Garrett French believes brands of all sizes – small business to enterprise – benefit when they join their local communities via sponsorships. As Garrett says, “we are big on local engagement! Our Local Sponsorship Finder creates a marketplace of local sponsorship opportunities that drive hyper-local marketing outcomes such as lead generation, brand engagement and improved local SEO rankings.”  The team at ZipSprout is welcoming subscribers with a 14 day free trial period, cancel  any time, to start using their tool, https://lsf.zipsprout.com/registerLet’s get local!

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Company Name: ZipSprout
Full Name: Claudia Cruz
Phone: 9193234765
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Website: https://zipsprout.com/

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