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JAD TWICE PRINT MEDIA DEALER
6162 Einthoven St., Palanan, Makati City
Contanct No. 5363995

Pasay – PIO (Pasay City Hall)
Date: June 30, 2012
RE: Newspaper Billing (June 1 – 30 2012)

Particular Amount
Inquirer (Mon-Fri) 2 40x18 = 720.00
Inquirer (Sat-/Holiday 1 6x18 = 108.00
Inquirer (Sunday) 1 4x20 = 80.00
Bulletin (Mon-Sat) 1 26x18 = 468.00
Bulletin (Sunday) 1 4x20 = 80.00
Star (Mon-Sun) 1 30x20 = 600.00
Mla. Standard (Mon-Sat) 1 26x18 = 468.00
Mla. Times (Mon-Sun) 1 30x18 = 540.00
Mla. Tribune (Mon-Sun) 1 30x18 = 540.00
Malaya (Mon-Fri) 1 21x25 = 525.00
Buss.World (Mon-Fri) 1 21x25 = 525.00
Buss.Mirror (Mon-Sun) 1 25x25 = 625.00

Assorted tabloids : 13 pcs/ day x30 = 390 = 3,900.00 Total P 9,179.00

Prepared by:
Abner Trinidad

JAD TWICE PRINT MEDIA DEALER
6162 Einthoven St., Palanan, Makati City
Contanct No. 5363995

Stratworks
Date: June 30, 2012
RE: Newspaper Billing (June 1 – 30 2012)

Particular
Inquirer (Mon/Sat) (3) = 78x18 = 1,404.00
Inquirer (Sunday) (3) = 12x20 = 240.00
Star (Mon/Sun) (3) = 90x20 = 1,800.00
Bulletin (Mon/Sat) (2) = 52x18 = 936.00
Bulletin (Sunday) (2) = 8x20 = 160.00
Mla.Times (Mon/Sun) (1) = 30x18 = 540.00
Standard (Mon/Sat) (1) = 26x18 = 468.00
Mla.Tribune (Mon/Sun) (1) = 30x18 = 540.00
Malaya (Mon/Fri) (1) = 21x25 = 525.00
Buss.World (Mon/Fri) (1) = 21x25 = 525.00
Buss.Mirror (Mon/Sun) (1) = 25x25 = 625.00

Tabloids Abante / A.Tonite / Journal P. Tonight / Ngayon / Bandera 6pcs/ day = 30x6 = 180x10 = 1.800.00

Magazine
1 Woman J. = 60.00
1 MOD = 100.00
1 Wowan Today = 90.00 Total P 9,813.00

Prepared by :
Abner Trinindad

JAD TWICE PRINT MEDIA DEALER
6162 Einthoven St., Palanan, Makati City
Contanct No. 5363995

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