A flyer or flier (also called a handbill, circular, or leaflet) is a printed promotional piece or advertisement that may be left for pick up in a public location, handed out to individuals in a store or on the street, distributed door-to-door, or sent by mail.[1] For more information, see Wikipedia entry on "Flyer."


  1. ^ American Marketing Association. AMA Dictionary.

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