WaPo Employees Get Cheap Love

With Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, WaPo‘s traditional “Love Notes” feature is on everyone’s minds. Well, not everyone really, but specifically on that of Tim Condon, WaPo‘s Director of New Ventures, Digital (yes, his real title), who is pimping a special $5 off promo to WaPo employees (and their friends and families) who want to publish love notes in the paper. Who wants to do that? No idea, but we can’t wait. Garden variety readers will pay $29 to publish a love note — this is normally $60. Lucky employees pay just $24.

See the internal memo…

From: Tim Condon
Date: Fri, Feb 3, 2012 at 9:01 AM
Subject: Special Offer to Employees: Publish your love…


Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and that means that The Post’s
Love Notes section is coming up! For those of you who don’t know, Love
Notes is The Washington Post’s popular Valentine’s Day personal message

This year, we are promoting Love Notes on The Capitol Deal. Today’s deal is
$29 for a 14-line Love Note (normally $60). For employees (and their friends and family), we’re giving an extra $5 off. Just use (or share) the special link below to get the deal at $24. http://www.thecapitoldeal.com/engine/SplashDetails.aspx?&productid=4835729&contestid=21722&Admin=FULL4835729

Publish the perfect note and show Cupid who’s boss!


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