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Giantleap Industries
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    Jed M.
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    Giantleap has provided writing and directing services for my company Waypoint films on several different projects and always delivers above and beyond expectations.

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    I love my job. Everyday I get to meet interesting new people, people with vision and drive -- I get to help them express their passion for their business... and I get paid for it! What could be better? My name is Paul Jones and I'm a freelance copywriter, photo-journalist and editor with a background in journalism and some marketing. I've written stories that range in scope from technical pieces on the green energy boom to murder trials and interviews with dignitaries and politicians. My last interview was with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. I own my own copywriting business, and write daily for small businesses; on-line as well as their brick-and-mortar cousins. I am experienced in creating specifically targeted press releases, web copy, as well as publicity and marketing copy -- basically anything that needs to be written, I can write. My work is original and meticulous. I pride myself on creating interesting, informative articles that are well structured, deeply researched and keep my readers interested and informed. I'd love to help you. Just give me a call (or drop me an email) for a no-stress discussion about how I can help your business.

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    RedCopy captures the essence of your message and delivers impactful copy that allows you and your business to shine! Our experience in a variety of industries, our love of language and our think tank mentality brings you the very best and cutting edge ideas.

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