Too Much Media Aids ASACP Sponsors and Members

LOS ANGELES — Too Much Media (TMM) and the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) are teaming up again in the fight against child pornography and in order to protect children from age-inappropriate material.

According to the Association, TMM will show its continued support for ASACP's child protection mission by waiving the entire setup and training fee for any client who is an ASACP member or sponsor. TMM will begin the offer starting June 1, and reportedly plans to continue the offer indefinitely as long as it continues to be successful.

Too Much Media, a New Jersey software company, develops and supports a powerful suite of web-based products for Internet businesses. Used by hundreds of clients, their products include advanced content management software and an affiliate management solution that affiliates worldwide recognize and trust.

"Too Much Media is proud to support ASACP, an association whose mission since 1996 has been dedicated to eliminating child pornography from the Internet," Too Much Media co-founder John Albright said. "The ASACP provides means for concerned citizens to report suspected child pornography, maintains the Restricted to Adults (RTA) website label to protect children from viewing adult content, and offers self-regulation to its members with its Code of Ethics."

"With a yearly ASACP membership starting at as little as $500, you'll be advocating child protection and saving at least $250 through this special offer all at the same time," Albright offered.

"Too Much Media has been supporting ASACP as a Title Sponsor and recently donated the proceeds from each company that signed-up as a Too Much Media client in a previous fundraiser for ASACP," ASACP CEO Joan Irvine said. "But TMM wanted to support ASACP in a variety of ways."

"First, they wanted to provide this immediate cash infusion," she added. "Also, they wanted to assure that ASACP has a consistent flow of revenue so they determined that if they encourage more companies to become members or sponsors then these companies hopefully will renew their membership or sponsorship in 2010 and 2011, etc."

"To paraphrase the Chinese proverb: give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, but teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime," Irvine concluded. "ASACP is incredibly grateful for Too Much Media's support."

To take advantage of this promotion, simply mention it when dealing with your TMM account representative.

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