The GPA Job Bank is a service of the Georgia Press Association. There is no charge for ads if the position is being filled for a newspaper or company that is a GPA member. For all others (including affiliates, subsidiaries and sister publications of GPA members), the cost is $20 per ad. Advertisements run in the GPA Classifieds for three months from the “Posted” date. Non-GPA members must make payment before ad is posted. In addition, ads will be published one time in the classified section of the GPA Bulletin. The Bulletin is mailed on or about the 17th of each month, and the deadline for classifieds submissions is the 5th.

To post an ad in the GPA Job Bank, send your request to Send payment to: GPA Classifieds, 140 Locust Street, Avondale Estates, Georgia 30002. Your ad will be posted as soon as payment is received. 


The Georgia Press Association also maintains a free Résumé File. Job seekers may send their résumés to: Résumé File, GPA, 140 Locust Street, Avondale Estates, Georgia 30002. All résumés will remain on file for three months. GPA members may call the office at any time to inquire about résumés on file. We will help you look for the kind of candidate you need and send you the résumés.




 Appen Media Group (AMG) has an immediate opening for an Advertising Account Executive who will work out of our Alpharetta, GA office.

     This person would be responsible for selling AMG marketing products to local businesses and managing their advertising campaigns. AMG products include 5 weekly newspapers, community guides, niche publications and multiple digital, podcast, and email marketing platforms.

     Account Executive is responsible for developing new business and maintaining a base of advertisers. Most advertisers are small to medium businesses in the north Atlanta area, and current clients include hospitals, medical groups, schools, universities, realtors, developers, restaurants, and retail businesses. Calling on clients can be done in person and on the phone, so must be comfortable going business to business and attending networking events to generate leads.

     The position is also responsible for entering contacts with prospects and clients into a contact management system, making a minimum number of calls per week, and performance based on a monthly revenue goal.

     Hours are 8:30 to 5:30 Monday through Friday with occasional early or later hours for networking events.

AMG is a high paced work environment with a great company culture. Competitive compensation includes base salary, uncapped commissions, full medical benefits, and a 401k matching program.

     Requirements: The ideal candidate will have the following: Print and digital media ad sales experience, A solid work and professional ethic – a self-starter,  The drive to research sources for developing prospective customers,

A comfortable, relationship-based approach to leads and sales generation through a combination of in-person, phone, and email correspondence, proficiently use and regularly update CRM program for ongoing sales status and notes on customer needs, interests, competitive activities, and potential for future sales, Ability to complete and execute sales contracts, Interest in attending networking events on behalf of the company, Must have strong computer, communication and organizational skills, Must have a perfect driving record and background check and reliable transportation. Must be honest, reliable, and have a positive attitude.

     Email your resume to 

About Appen Media Group:

Appen Media Group (AMG) is a multimedia news company incorporated in 1990 that publishes Alpharetta-Roswell Herald, Johns Creek Herald, Forsyth Herald, Milton Herald and Dunwoody Crier for a combined circulation of 93,000 homes per week. AMG also publishes the annual publications Medical Answer Book, Education Answer Book, Relocation Answer Book and Community Answer Book – each with a circulation of 40,000 per year. Digitally, AMG owns and operates with an average of 100,000+ unique monthly viewers as well as managing high-engagement podcasts and social media accounts and podcasts.

How to apply: Email your resume to 


InsiderAdvantage Georgia/JAMES Magazine
Full Job Description

James Magazine and are Georgians’ go-to sources for political, business, and news topics of interest from across the state. James Magazine has more than 10,000 influential Georgia readers in sectors ranging from government and law to business and the media. is an online subscription service featuring Georgia-only content to thousands daily. We have an opening for an advertising account manager who is based in the Atlanta area. This person would work with the leadership team to implement strategies to increase advertising. The main priority is prospecting for new Georgia advertisers and selling print and online ads to companies throughout the state.

The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Print and digital media ad sales experience
  • A solid work and professional ethic – a self-starter
  • The drive to research sources for developing prospective customers
  • A comfortable, relationship-based approach to leads and sales generation through a combination of in-person, phone and email correspondence
  • Can proficiently use and regularly update prospect sheets for ongoing sales status and notes on customer needs, interests, competitive activities and potential for future sales
  • Ability to complete and execute sales contracts
  • Ability to attend company meetings (Typically 1x per month)
  • Interest in occasionally attending networking events on behalf of the company
  • College degree is preferred. Must have strong computer, communication and organizational skills

Compensation: A base compensation plus commissions on all sales. Leads are guaranteed. The income potential is unlimited. Commissions and travel expenses are negotiable.

Job Type: Contract, Commission

Work Remotely: Yes 




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Are you ready to tell stories?

Bainbridge Media, LLC, has an immediate need for a Managing Editor to lead our newsroom in the publication of The Post-Searchlight weekly newspaper, as well as the quarterly Bainbridge Living Magazine and multiple special editions.

This position is a Do-It-All job, where the ideal candidate will oversee the production of our publications from beginning to end, including writing, photography, editing and pagination.

Candidates must:

  • Have at least two years of experience as a reporter or editor in a real newsroom.
  • Be able to conceptualize and assign stories while guiding other reporters during the writing process.
  • Have a strong background in the Adobe Suite, primarily InDesign and Photoshop.
  • Be technologically proficient in Word, WordPress, Gmail, Filezilla and other similar software that might be thrown your way.
  • Be an enthusiastic self-starter.
  • Possess a strong command of grammar, editing and use of AP Style.
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Be reliable, accurate and thorough in their reporting and page design.
  • Be able to multitask efficiently, especially under deadline.
  • Be organized and extremely detail oriented.
  • Be comfortable working between both print and digital platforms, including social media, photo galleries and video.

Bainbridge is located on the beautiful banks of the Flint River in Southwest Georgia. With a bustling downtown scene featuring multiple unique restaurants and a small batch brewery, a rich history and plenty of Southern charm, Bainbridge has stories just waiting to be told around every corner. Are you ready to tell them?

Bainbridge Media, LLC, is an affiliate of Boone Newspapers, Inc. BNI benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, 401K, sick and vacation. Good opportunity for advancement within BNI for proven candidates.

Apply by sending a resume and cover letter to or by mail to Bainbridge Media, LLC, P.O. Box 277 Bainbridge, Ga. 39818.


The Dalton Daily Citizen, a newspaper in Dalton, Ga., needs a reporter to cover two newsy counties in Northwest Georgia. Candidates should have a keen attention to detail, a drive to get the story first, get it right and also have photography experience.

Metro Dalton encompasses the city of Dalton and the counties of Whitfield and Murray, with a population of more than 130,000. The area offers great public schools, a range of outdoor activities, excellent health care and is home to Dalton State College.

We offer a competitive salary and a full benefits package. Interested candidates should email their résumé and three writing samples to editor Jamie Jones at No phone calls please.



Looking for a journalism rock star!

The Tribune & Georgian, a weekly newspaper based in St. Marys, Ga., seeks a hard-working, dedicated and inquisitive staff writer and reporter to join its operation.

The T&G is an award-winning newspaper in Southeast Georgia. We’re close to beaches, hiking trails, a major metropolitan city and more. Camden County, Georgia, is home to Cumberland Island National Seashore, Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base and more than 55,000 people. And it is growing.

The reporter hired will work with the Publisher/Editor and Assistant Editor to chronicle this fascinating community in a fast-paced and fun newsroom.

We’re looking for a hard-charging, talented journalist to join our staff. We want someone with a proven ability to write accurate breaking news stories, deeply researched enterprise pieces and well-crafted features.

We also want someone who has a passion for newspapers and journalism. Jobs in this industry aren’t for the faint of heart. We want someone who believes in the power of journalism and desires to help us make the Tribune & Georgian the best weekly newspaper in America.

Candidates interested in applying should send a cover letter, 5-7 clips and references to Publisher/Editor Scott J. Bryan at<>. No phone calls.




Love sports? Have a passion for writing about sports? The 75-year-old Daily Tribune News in beautiful Cartersville, Ga., has an immediate opening for a seasoned, full-time sportswriter.

Cartersville and Bartow County are located just 40 miles north of Atlanta and boast several perennial high school powerhouses, including Cartersville High School, the home Trevor Lawrence, the NFL’s No. 1 draft pick in 2021.

And the community is also home to one of the nation’s premier youth sports destinations – LakePoint Sports in Emerson, where major tournament and exhibitions draw up-and-coming athletic talent from all over North America.

The DTN is a digital-first news organization featuring printed newspapers on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Boasting a paid print circulation of 3,500 and generating more than 50,000 unique visits monthly at, we are the local news and sports authority of Cartersville and Bartow County.

Candidates must have at least five years of sports writing experience, a passion for community journalism, and the ability to work independently and as a part of a small team of dedicated journalists that make up an award-winning newspaper.

In addition to the nuts and bolts of sports coverage, our next sportswriter may also contribute to the news and feature content of the printed newspaper and quarterly magazine as time permits.

Offering competitive compensation package, including benefits, 401(k), and relocation stipend.

Send resume, published sports writing samples, and cover letter to Jack McNeely, publisher, at The Daily Tribune News is an equal opportunity employer.




The Oconee Enterprise, recently judged as the No. 1 weekly newspaper in Georgia for its circulation division, has an immediate opening for a sports editor. This person will be responsible for covering five
high schools, managing freelance writers and contributing to our quarterly magazine.

We’re looking for someone who practices journalism with passion, ambition and curiosity. To apply, send a résumé, cover letter and five clips to Editor Michael Prochaska at




The Editor of the Gateway-Beacon is a “hands-on” position, working out of a small office in Bremen, GA.  Provides Haralson County, GA with great newspapers while contributing to the Times-Georgian.  Covers local government and events while actively representing the newspapers at public venues.  Writes interesting commentaries and editorials. Works with PMG pagination hub to produce excellent publications while meeting or beating deadlines.  Will serve as backup for the Managing Editor of the Times-Georgian.

The Gateway-Beacon is a weekly newspaper serving as the legal organ of Haralson County and has paid distribution of 900.

Minimum Requirements:  Four-year degree with a concentration in journalism preferred.  Minimum of five years full-time newspaper experience including reporting and photography.  Must possess excellent writing and verbal skills and strong interpersonal skills.  Must be proficient in AP style.  Pagination skills are not a requirement.

Send Resume and Publisher’s Acknowledgement form to:

Bruce Guthrie, Managing Editor

The Times-Georgian

901 Hays Mill Road

Carrollton GA 30117




The Augusta Press, Augusta’s newest digital news publication is growing! The Augusta Press is a subscription based, locally owned and operated new publication, focused on publishing unbiased, factual-based content that engage our readership who look to us at their number one source for local and regional news. We are seeking an experienced crime and general assignment reporter to join our team. Primary responsibility will be to cover the Richmond & Columbia Counties of GA. Some stories/assignments may originate out of Burke County GA as well.  Email resume, with samples of writing to

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Responsible for covering the crime beat in Richmond and Columbia counties in Georgia and Burke County, Ga., to a lesser extent
  2. Receives assignments from editor or takes the initiative by evaluating news leads to develop story ideas.
  3. Gathers and verifies factual information regarding stories through interview, observation and research.
  4. Follows up on press releases or other contacts from area sheriff’s offices.
  5. Takes photographs or shoots video to illustrate stories.
  6. The police reporter writes stories on crimes and arrests; follows up after the crime has been committed; attends press conferences related to high-profile cases; follows trends related to crime; forges relationships with area law enforcement officials and develops good rapport; creates stories related to law enforcement that might not be directly related to a specific crime.
  7. Writes in-depth and/or investigative pieces related to criminal activity in conjunction with or under the direction of senior reporters and/or editors
  8. Will also serve as general assignment and courts reporter as needed, including covering breaking news, attending events as needed and directed by the managing editor
  9. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
  10. Job requires nights and weekends

Minimum Job Requirements

  • Journalism or related degree
  • Five years related job experience
  • Ability to work independently and at the direction of others
  • Ability to produce old-fashioned, fire-in-the belly enterprise journalism

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Knowledge of Associated Press style
  • Skill in using journalistic research and methods and techniques.
  • Knowledge of editorial, legal and ethical standards for the research and development of journalistic articles
  • Experienced in developing sources
  • High level of ability to talk in person to people and willingness to do so



Appen Media Group is looking for a Reporter to cover local news in the north Atlanta area.

Appen produces five award-winning weekly newspapers, including the Dunwoody Crier and Alpharetta-Roswell Herald. It is one of the few remaining independent and family-owned operations in the country. Now Appen is investing in its newsroom, expanding when (and where) others are contracting. This position will contribute to that goal by covering city and county governments, as well as collaborating on stories with other members of the team. There will be additional opportunities to cover themes in health, business, sports or the arts.

We are looking for a team player who will make a difference in the community and our workplace. A commitment to communication is critical.

The ideal candidate would be able to spot unique angles and stories that address broader questions of the community. We are looking for someone with professional reporting experience, though it can be from a collegiate newsroom. If you’re excited by a fast-paced environment and genuinely care about community journalism, we want to hear from you.

Applicants should email a resume and selected clips to Director of Content and Development Carl Appen at Preliminary questions about the position, environment or hiring process are also welcome. Professional discretion is guaranteed.



Sports editor wanted for NE Georgia weekly newspaper in growing community. We’re located near Athens in a booming county with four active and successful high schools that have state-level athletic programs. Candidates must be able to cover a variety of sports and make photographs. Page layout skills not necessary, but would be an asset (we will train on page layout.) Candidate will also be expected to work with some stringers who help with covering events and coordinating the coverage. Submit resume and any clips to:



The Marietta Daily Journal in metro Atlanta is looking for a committed journalist to fill a general assignment reporter opening. If you’re dedicated to our profession and recognize the importance of a local newspaper to its community, we want to hear from you.

Reporting, writing, photography skills necessary. Foremost, we want to interview strong writers. Knowledge of digital and social media is a plus. We are considering any level of candidate experience – from entry level to seasoned veteran. But the ideal candidate would have 1 to 3 years of experience at a community newspaper/website.

The MDJ is a family-owned, award-winning newspaper that publishes in print five days/week (Tues.-Sat.) and online 24/7, serving Cobb County, Ga. It is the flagship of Times-Journal, Inc, which publishes three daily and 20 weekly newspapers and websites, all in Georgia.

READ THIS BEFORE APPLYING:  As audience and advertisers continue to transition to digital products, we believe top-quality content is key to the continued success of our publications. We believe our readers must be convinced every day that the information we provide is worth the price of their subscription. We believe our advertisers must realize the value we bring to their businesses. We are looking for journalists to help us achieve these goals. The bottom line is we understand that fair, accurate, quality journalism is essential to a successful business model.

If you agree and want to work for a news outlet that esteems good community journalism, send resume and writing samples to Senior Editor Jon Gillooly at




Responsible for assisting the managing editor of the Times-Georgian. Applicants must have a strong interest in the communities and people served by our publications. Will demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills. Should possess the leadership skills and the ability to coach and train the news staff in producing well-written, accurate and balanced stories. 

Must be proficient in using print publications and an online presence to maximize our position as trusted and timely information sources for the communities we serve. This “hands-on” position edits copy, handles numerous items to include, but not limited to the opinion page, obits, announcements, event listings, etc. Submits daily budgets and copy to our pagination hub. Should thrive under deadlines. Works closely with other members of the management team.

Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in journalism or equivalent; five years’ reporting/writing/editing experience, photography experience and knowledge of relevant technology used in the editor’s position.     Send resume’ and samples to Bruce Guthrie, managing editor.


The Post and Courier in Charleston, S.C., is looking for a reporter to cover politics in South Carolina, focusing on our high-profile national delegation that includes U.S. Sens. Lindsey Graham and Tim Scott and Congressman Jim Clyburn and Congresswoman Nancy Mace.

There are opportunities in this Pulitzer Prize-winning newsroom to do some of the best work of your career, limited only by your ambition and curiosity.

The Post and Courier is a locally owned newspaper, investing in its newsroom and expanding statewide at a time when others are contracting. The job is based in Charleston but there is opportunity for travel. Beat will include some coverage of military issues. 

The ideal candidate will be a creative and critical thinker able to look beyond the story of the day toward deeper angles, themes and broader state and national perspectives.

This is an interesting time to come on board as we enter a governor’s race in 2022 and candidates campaign across S.C. in the 2024 First-in-the-South presidential primary.

Send your resume, five examples of your best work and a cover letter to Politics Editor Schuyler Kropf at The Post and Courier is an equal opportunity, drug-free workplace.

Learn more about The Post and Courier:


The Griffin Daily News, owned by Paxton Media Group, is seeking a general assignment reporter. This position encompasses flexibility and being able to assist with various beats. 

The reporter must be able to research and report on deadline, provide clear and concise writing, live in Spalding County or be able to commute, be well-versed in AP style and be able to work quickly through breaking news. 

Some basic knowledge of crime, government, education and features is preferred but training can be provided. A working knowledge of social media, as well as photography and video editing, is preferable. 

Applicants can submit resumes and cover letters to Griffin is the county seat of Spalding County and is considered part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. It is located only 35 miles south of Atlanta.    

The Griffin Daily News is a paid 4,000 circulation daily newspaper and our free weekly publication is The Town and Country Shopper with distribution of 20,000



The Walton Tribune’s sports editor has received a promotion, and the upward move has created a great opportunity for the right candidate to take the paper’s already award-winning sports coverage to the next level.

A twice-weekly newspaper with offices in downtown Monroe, The Walton Tribune is currently searching for its next sports editor. The successful candidate will be capable of producing award-winning copy, photos and page design for our sports section each edition while coordinating with a talented group of correspondents who will also contribute significantly to the section.

Coverage consists of all sports at the six local high schools in Walton County as well as middle school and rec league sports. We even include some University of Georgia and Atlanta pro team coverage when appropriate given our proximity to those markets and interest by our readership.

The Walton Tribune offers competitive pay based on previous experience, a benefits package second to none in the industry and the opportunity to work with a great team of people dedicated to doing their very best for the paper’s readers, advertisers and community.

Apply by responding to this post or by emailing Proprietor Patrick Graham at . No phone calls please.



The Tribune & Georgian, Camden County, Georgia’s award-winning weekly newspaper, is seeking a reporter to produce news and feature articles for a growing coastal community. The county is home to Cumberland Island National Seashore and Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. Position covers a wide variety of beats, including city government, education, local lifestyles, police and courts. A degree in journalism or related field is required. Photography skills also would be an asset. Includes competitive salary, paid vacation and holidays, group medical coverage and flexible hourly schedule. Send resume and writing samples to publisher/editor Jill Helton, Tribune & Georgian, P.O. Box 6960, St. Marys, GA 31558 or e-mail to<>. No phone calls, please.



Community Newspapers, Inc. is seeking a proven leader to for publisher/editor of the White County News. This position offers a high degree of autonomy for an experienced candidate. This award-winning newspaper located in the beautiful mountains of Northeast Georgia has an active readership and is deeply tied to the community it serves. If you are ready to experience the satisfaction of serving as publisher of a growing weekly newspaper, this is your opportunity.


· Produce weekly newspaper that publishes on Thursday

· Lead newsroom

· Assign stories, edit stories and write institutional editorials

· Paginate newspaper

· Lead sales team

· Build annual budget


· Bachelor’s Degree

· 5+ years of newspaper experience

· Knowledge of AP Style

· Proficient in Adobe InDesign

· Strong sense of community

White County News is owned by Community Newspapers Inc. of Athens, Georgia. CNI is a forward thinking, local information company that believe in letting our publishers do what they do best: lead, manage and grow their people and businesses.

If you are the right person for the job, please email cover letter, resume and professional references to Alan NeSmith at<>

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $50,000.00 – $65,000.00 per year




Greenville Newspapers, located in beautiful and historic Greenville, Alabama, has an opening for a Managing Editor to oversee all aspects of news reporting for its three weekly newspapers located in Butler, Crenshaw, and Lowndes Counties.

Applicants must have a minimum three years experience in print and digital media publishing, be fluent in AP Style, social media management, and have a working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite.

Known as “Alabama’s Mayberry,” Greenville is centrally located in Alabama along Interstate 65, and residents enjoy small town living with easy access to Montgomery and the Alabama Gulf Coast.

The position offers an excellent starting salary, with health, dental, and vision insurance through United Healthcare.

Applicants should contact Dennis Palmer, Regional Publisher, at, or by calling 334-410-1712 for more information.


EDITOR/PUBLISHER; Indianola, Miss.

Emmerich Newspapers is looking for a dynamic editor/publisher for its weekly newspaper and ground-breaking 24/7 website in Indianola, Mississippi. We are investing heavily in our proprietary state-of-the-art local news and social media platform. We need a strong seller, leader, manager, and newshound to make it happen. We believe our digital/print hybrid model will yield significant growth.

Ideal candidate knows the business from both sides of the fence, is able to drive revenue and profit, along with producing quality products – this is not a “desk job.” Solid editorial, computer, and advertising skills are major pluses. Additional talents in business, advertising, editorial, leadership, research, problem-solving, strategic planning, negotiation, customer service, management, and teamwork are all wonderful traits. If you have the drive, but may be lacking a few tools in your skill set? We do train. Publisher is also expected to be an active and integral member of the community.

Medical, 401(k), & other benefits. Compensation $55K – $75K. We are aggressive in compensation for the right person. Our bonus model allows high achievers to double their substantial base salary. This is a great opportunity for a high-energy individual willing to work hard and make a lot of money. Send letter of interest, resume, and professional references to Dan W. Strack, COO, Emmerich Newspapers, at


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Experienced Press Operator needed. Experience on a Goss Community Press is recommended.
Press Operator assists with operating the printing press, meeting deadlines, maintaining quality and performing hands-on equipment operations. Operates fork lift. Other job-related duties as may be necessary to carry out the responsibility of this position.

Successful candidates will be skilled in planning, monitoring the quality of the product, equipment operations, communication and problem-solving skills. Must be able to communicate verbally and in writing. Working knowledge of all press operations required.

We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and ability along with a comprehensive benefits package including a 401(k) plan, medical, dental and vision coverage, paid vacation and sick time. Apply In Person: 165 Garrett Way, Milledgeville, Ga.

Mail Resume: P.O. Box 520, Milledgeville, Ga 31059
Email Resume:


Florence AL

The TimesDaily is seeking a printing press operator to join our northwestern Alabama facility. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
•Performing standard set up of printing press 
•Operating the press 
•Making adjustments to maintain quality control 
•Performing preventative maintenance and repairs
Hands-on experience with a Goss Urbanite or DGM 850 is a plus, but not required. We are ready to hire and will train for the position.
This position offers benefits including: 
•401(k) matching 
•Medical Insurance 
•Dental Insurance 
•Vision Insurance
•Life Insurance
•Disability Insurance 
•Additional Insurance Coverage Options 
•Flexible Spending Account 
•Paid Time Off (Vacation, Holidays, Sick Time)
Qualified candidates will be available to work nights, weekends. Questions or resumes may be emailed to




The Union-Recorder in Milledgeville, Ga. is seeking a graphic designer/paginator (full-time). Must have InDesign experience. Job responsibilities include design of daily newspaper pages, magazine design and some pre-press production duties. Work hours may vary depending on printing schedule. Applicants should email resumes and clips to .There are no positions for this category at this time.


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     Florida Advertorial/Testimonial Health Care Newspaper. Medical professionals utilize this title to showcase their medical procedures and services. Profitable & attractive! Nearly 900,000 free quarterly distribution from Palm Beach to St Augustine to Sarasota to Tampa. Combo direct mailed to homes and bulk dropped to medical facilities. Already bringing in $200,000 more in annual revenue year over year.

     Pennsylvania free distribution family owned/operated weekly shopper was established 40 years ago near a national landmark. Fully staffed to help you!

     N. California weekly 100-year adjudicated community newspaper in rural region of the state. Highly profitable! The building is available for sale too!

     Nationally distributed heavy horse magazine in business since 1964. Profitable and attractive!! 110 display ads plus per issue quarterly. Based in Iowa but can be operated from anywhere in the USA.

     Kentucky weekly community newspaper; family owned/operated.

     Want your newspaper financially valued correctly? Want to sell? 

     Contact Kamen & Co today!   516 379 2797


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