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FlashCash Joins ASACP as Corporate Sponsor

ASACP 'thrilled' to have affiliate program's support, CEO said.

FlashCash Joins ASACP as Corporate Sponsor
LOS ANGELES - FlashCash has become a corporate sponsor of the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection, a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating child pornography from the Internet.

 

"FlashCash has been supporting ASACP through its adoption of the RTA ‘Restricted To Adults' website label, helping to increase the international reach and overall effectiveness of RTA," said Joan Irvine, CEO of the ASACP. "We are thrilled that they have decided to further protect children by financially supporting ASACP as a corporate sponsor. It is because of sponsors such as FlashCash that permits ASACP to continue to provide RTA as a free service."

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Mary Gillis, "queen of marketing" for FlashCash, said she has always believed in self-regulation and intelligent dealings with governmental agencies.

 

"It's the only future for our industry," she said. "We believe that adult material can be a healthy part of life, but we want to ensure that it remains in the hands of consenting people, above the age of consent.

 

"ASACP is an organization that has displayed strong leadership in our community, forging ahead to make the message clear that adult companies are just that - adult. The content we make is not intended for children, and we are committed to their protection."

 

FlashCash, a niche marketing specialist with offices in North America, Europe, Southeast Asia and the Caribbean, offers more than 40 sites dedicated to niche-specific content.

 

For information about supporting the ASACP, visit ASACP.org.

 

 






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