“Parliament Street People ARE Doing Great Things”… in 2020

Thanks to everyone for all your fantastic articles about ‘People Doing Great Things’ and to all our amazing advertisers for helping the Parliament Street News succeed for 10 YEARS!!!
AdvertiseWhether your advertising budget is big or small, we’e got a spot for you! Are you interested in staying in touch with the community and finding your true target market, we would love to hear from you. We deliver over 4000 copies door to door & have many drops at highly populated locations in & around the Parliament street area. We also do our fair share of social media through twitter, Facebook and Instagram – we also have our trusty website…  www.pstreetnews.com The 2020 rate card is available on our website- multiple ad placement of 3 or more are 15% off and if you’d like to advertise for the rest of 2020 – we ‘d like to write an article on you; including an interview and photoshoot!

Content submissions

This is our official call for content and advertising for our first 2020 issue: deadline is Monday Feb. 10th -please send us your short stories, articles, association updates, kids content, reviews and shout outs to folks doing great things in the community. You can share a story that is of interest to you with your neighbours. Anybody and everybody are welcome to contribute an article.
We rely on individuals, business and organization to share their stories within the community. We do have one rule – you can not say anything bad about anybody else. While this may seem counter intuitive to modern publishing it is exactly why the Paper works.  Articles should be written in the 3rd person, 150-200 words MAX and Images are welcome. It is our opinion that this will lead to more interesting content and maybe help us to get to know each other a little better.

Let’s get the word out about people doing GREAT THINGS!
Get in touch today to discuss advertising opportunities for 2020!
If you have an article, please let us know it’s coming prior to the February 10th submission deadline.
All my best!
Sarah
Sarah Cook- Principal Publisher
parliamentstnews@gmail.com
www.pstreetnews.com
416 817 7842

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