Hello Advertisers and Contributors

pstreet-March-2018Quick order of business. Sarah Cook is taking on new a new opportunity and leaving the Parliament Street news. Thanks, Sarah, for all the hard work as the publisher. Good luck in your next adventures.
Soooo now I am back to take on the Parliament Street News. More like the Parliament Street News has come back to me. I set it free, and it has come back! And what better time than in the middle of economic catastrophe!
Believe it or not, this is a great time to raise awareness and rebuild brand awareness. We delayed our publishing but did not cancel it. We can always use new advertisers of course, and we are very aware of the current situation. Businesses still need to connect with the community more than ever.

We have 5 issues left and here is the schedule.

  • May due- Friday, May 29th
  • June due Friday, June 19th
  • September due- Friday, Aug 21st
  • October due- Friday, Oct 9th
  • Holiday Issue due- Friday, Nov 13th

Our rates are affordable as usual. If you have a budget to advertise, we would love to hear from you. A quarter-page ad in the paper costs less than the design and printing of a postcard.

Don’t forget, on top of getting delivered to over 3000 homes all ads include:

  •  twitter @pstreetnews (900 followers)
  • Web www.pstreetnews.com (700 unique visits per month) Instagram
  • @parliamentstreetnews (380 followers).

We will still be accepting content ideas and contributions. Please call me or email me to discuss ideas around articles, advertorial, and local contributions.

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