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GeoBrand Releases New Web Based Tools For Branding On Custom GIS Maps

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Tuesday, February 19th 2013
| Los Angeles, CA


GeoBrand Maps for Improved Logistics Sales

"Custom maps that reflect a company's branding, from colors to icons, are now instantly available to any user with a web browser and an idea," said John Espinoza, CEO of Green Street Ads Inc. "If you want a quick and cost-effective way to present a solution unique to your organization, this is it. Click to color, drag and drop icons, add text and tell your old designer goodbye. This is a made-to-order map application that'll allow people to swiftly understand your business."

Since 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual, and visuals are processed 60,000 times faster in the brain than text (sources:3M Corporation and Zabisco), the utilization of custom info-graphics as a marketing tool has grown exponentially. GeoBrand can rapidly explain a business' solution to clients with a distinctive, dynamic sales and marketing infographic in print, PowerPoint, web, or email for marketing and sales presentations. Green Street offers flexible pricing structures, with licenses starting at one user per month with price breaks for larger groups.

GeoBrand's innovative GIS mapping application allows any company to create maps that reflect its brand, as a result demonstrating a unique marketing solution. The custom maps leverage an organization's brand identity in a crowded global marketplace at the click of a button.

To learn more about GeoBrand, please visit http://www.geobrandapp.com

About Green Street Ads Inc.

Established in 2006, Green Street Ads is a multicultural branding consultancy providing global clients innovative communications platforms utilizing state-of-the-art technology. To learn more visit: GreenStreetAds.com/GeoBrand

Contact:John Espinoza, CEO GreenStreet AdsT: +1 626.229.0665 x102, E: john@greenstreetads.com Order ID - 685244

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