CLEARWATER, Fla., July 11, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Discount Coupons Corp, Inc. (OTCQB:DCOU), announced today that its stock has begun trading publicly on the OTC Bulletin Board under the ticker symbol DCOU.
"This is a huge milestone for our company and our shareholders," said CEO Pat Martin. "We look forward to the long term benefits that being a public company will bring to the growth of our business. By trading in the public market(s) we will have the ability to expand our market, develop leading edge technologies to the technology sector, and improve liquidity for our investors."
About Discount Coupons Corporation, Inc.
Discount Coupons Corp, an Internet marketing and technology company, operates in two segments, daily deal site management and full-service digital marketing agency services. The daily deal segment operates daily deal websites that sell discounted vouchers to consumers. Daily deal websites benefit both businesses and consumers. Businesses are provided a Cost Per Acquisition (CPA) type marketing opportunity where they pay a set fee per voucher sold. Consumers purchase discounted vouchers, typically at 50% off retail pricing, which are then redeemed at either a website or a local business. The daily deal segment intends on growing through the acquisition of established daily deal websites. The daily deal segment operates DiscountCoupons.com and other similar properties. DiscountCoupons.com has been in operation since 1997. The agency segment provides businesses with a full range of digital and traditional marketing services including, branding, interactive, advertising, business development, public relations, market research, analytics, photography and creative strategies. Managed interactive marketing channels include, social media, search engine optimization, website concepts and development, graphic design, email marketing, social media marketing and search engine marketing. Discount Coupons Corp is headquartered in Clearwater, Florida.
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