Austin, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/18/2014 -- Gregg Sudduth, a skilled real estate broker with over 25 years’ experience and based out of Austin, Texas, has today announced that he is launching a Kickstarter campaign to fund his the FM Seller, a new, green marketing approach that aims to save real estate agents time and money on their printed marketing campaigns.
What Is the FM Seller & How Does It Work?
The FM Seller is a simple to use, mini-FM radio transmitter that allows real estate agents to record their own advertising message and transmit that message on an FM signal up to 200 feet in all directions, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, without having to pay any setup costs or monthly fees. The FM Seller is the better option for real estate agents as the 4.5 billion flyers that are being printed each year at a cost of over $225 million is not helping the environment whatsoever.
“I’ve been in the real estate business for a long time and I’ve made a difference in my customer’s lives. Now it’s time I gave something back to the real estate industry,“ said Gregg Sudduth, developer of the FM Seller. “With the FM Seller, I’m not just helping my fellow real estate agent colleagues save hundreds or thousands of dollars on printing flyers, but I’m fulfilling my dream of making a difference to help keep our planet green as well. The FM Seller prototype is ready and it works amazingly well. Now all I need is for the crowdfunding community to see how great and green this product is and help me reach my Kickstarter goal. Together, we can make it possible and see millions of trees saved every year, whilst giving real estate agents a better platform in which to market their real estate.”
Check out the FM Seller Kickstarter campaign for more information and to make a pledge.
About FM Seller (http://www.fmseller.com/)
The FMSeller is a technologically advanced short-range FM radio transmitter designed for real estate marketing that transmits a crystal clear advertisement about the real estate agent listings up to 200 feet in all directions over FM radio airwaves.