MSC Custom sites have a choice of templates with more flexibility. They include unlimited location and custom pages with additional features. Weekly circulars include both a static image and a downloadable pdf.

Webstop Basic sites have a standard template, a store locator with unlimited locations, and up to 3 custom pages. We can upload a static image of the weekly circular or you may choose to upload a pdf of your ad circular yourself.

Brick Banner sites have a standard template, a store locator with unlimited locations, custom features and up to 3 custom pages. Three options for weekly circulars include static images, page turning and clickable, and interactive ads.

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