AGO EXPANDS E-COMMERCE
WITH ONLINE CLASSIFIEDS
NEW YORK CITY The AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS (AGO) is pleased to announce the addition of classified advertising to its comprehensive list of online Web services. For a nominal monthly fee, individuals and organizations can now post a classified ad in such categories as electronic organs, pipe organs, harpsichords, publications, and recordings. Classifieds may be accessed from the AGO home page.
This feature has been developed to facilitate contact between buyers and sellers of goods and services that are of interest to AGO members and visitors to the AGO Web site, notes James Thomashower, AGO Executive Director. We hope customers will use this new feature as their primary medium to place or search for classified advertisements regarding organs, organ literature, books, and recordings, or any other category of items that would be of interest to organists, organbuilders, composers, and lovers of classical music.
In addition to placing classified ads online through the AGO Web site, customers can also place classified ads in THE AMERICAN ORGANIST Magazine. For information about rates and terms for placing a classified ad in the magazine, please contact AGO National Headquarters at 212-870-2310, or visit the magazines Web page at www.TheAmericanOrganist.com.
The AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS is the national professional association serving the organ and choral music fields. Founded in 1896 as both an educational and service organization, the AGO seeks to set and maintain high musical standards and to promote understanding and appreciation of all aspects of organ and choral music. The mission of the AGO is to promote the organ in its historic and evolving roles, to encourage excellence in the performance of organ and choral music, and to provide a forum for mutual support, inspiration, education, and certification of Guild members. The Guild currently serves more than 20,000 members in 343 local chapters throughout the U.S. and abroad.
This information is submitted by F. Anthony Thurman, Director of Development and Communications at the National Headquarters of the American Guild of Organists and THE AMERICAN ORGANIST Magazine. For further information, please contact Dr. Thurman by TEL (212) 870-2310, FAX (212) 870-2163 or E-MAIL firstname.lastname@example.org.