Leaders Digest?

How do leaders in advertising, marketing, and law stay current on FTC developments that affect consumers?  They read Penn Corner, the agency's monthly digest of notable updates.  The February edition runs the gamut from a law enforcement crackdown on robocalls to an FTC staff comment on a North Carolina Board of Opticians' proposal that could impact how Tarheels (and Blue Devils, Demon Deacons, Eagles, and the Wolfpack) buy glasses and contacts.

Don't want to miss an issue?  Sign up now and Penn Corner will be delivered to your emailbox monthly.

No, you won't get a bonus gift with your subscription and we don't have operators really standing by.  But it's a fast, free, and informative way to stay in the loop.

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