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  Press Release Launches Social Savings Community Web Site to Alleviate some of the Pain from the Economy.

NEW JERSEY, March 06, 2011 - SaveInTown (, part of GlobalTech East Inc, a design & marketing company, announced the release of their new online social savings community service for the savvy consumer and the driven business owner. Based on a patent pending design, SaveInTown offers the ability for consumers to “Save With” a business, which in turn allows them to receive savings directly from businesses. SaveInTown also gives the business the ability post savings, sales, or any types of promotions to their target audience at no charge.

SaveInTown was set in motion due to the consumers wanting to save in any way possible in today’s tough economy. The creators stated that, they themselves are no stranger to looking for ways to save before they go shopping. However, they’ve found the majority of internet savings are either bogus or expired. With SaveInTown, you will only see the current savings from the businesses that you want to “Save With”. The consumer will also have the ability to “Share Savings” with family or friends, as well as comment and rate the savings.

“I am always looking to save a buck or two. I always scour the internet for coupons and sales before I leave my house to go shopping. With SaveInTown I only see the savings I want to see for the businesses I shop at the most” said Lindsey Groh, a savvy consumer from Toms River, NJ.

"We are currently in the process of raising $500,000 in capital from investors to market SaveInTown, anyone interested in investing can contact us direclty at 1-866-804-2070," said Frank Vitolo, one of the partners of SaveInTown.

SaveInTown was created by a design and marketing company that has over 20 years of combined retail advertising experience. SaveInTown is free to both the consumer and the business. Sign up now at

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